Is an uncut deck that is dealed a misdeal?

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ChidKid154
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Is an uncut deck that is dealed a misdeal?

Unread post by ChidKid154 » Fri Aug 28, 2020 11:05 pm

Is an uncut Euchre deck that is dealed a misdeal?

If the dealer shuffles the cards and forgets to offer the player to his right the chance to cut the cards, and the hand is played out, is that hand considered a misdeal? If it is a misdeal, does it have to be declared by a certain point? What if it's declared after all the cards have been played out?



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Unread post by RedDuke » Sun Sep 06, 2020 8:00 pm

ChidKid154 wrote:
Fri Aug 28, 2020 11:05 pm
Is an uncut Euchre deck that is dealed a misdeal?

If the dealer shuffles the cards and forgets to offer the player to his right the chance to cut the cards, and the hand is played out, is that hand considered a misdeal? If it is a misdeal, does it have to be declared by a certain point? What if it's declared after all the cards have been played out?
Not unless that's a house rule.

Euchre is a weird game when it comes to the deal. Usually the cards are dealt 2-3 at a time, meaning the dealer only goes around twice.

Usually a misdeal is only declared if a card is exposed during the deal, except for the suggested trump suit at the end.

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