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Basil A. Sidorov;
And than badly that decision what is mentioned in ?

A Toolbox for Mental Card Games and its Implementation wrote:

Christian Schindelhauer describes sophisticated protocols to both perform and verify a large number of useful operations on cards and stacks of cards in his 1998 paper [SCH98]. The work is concerned with general-purpose operations (masking and unmasking cards, shuffling and re-shuffling, inserting a card into a stack, etc.) that make the protocols applicable to any card game.

LibTMCG is an A C ++ library for creating secure and fair online card games.
Other question that it hardly solves task ...

hVostt wrote:

It is given:
1. The game server - the game server application
2. Players (from 2-10) - application of the game client
...Neither the server, nor other players cannot know or though somehow to calculate...

Unless each player will have the own software supporting (public) protocol of game...

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Basil A. Sidorov wrote:

the Casino shuffles a pack, ciphers the general key and passes round.
The next participant shuffles a pack, ciphers the general key and passes round further.
The casino receives again receives a pack, decrypts it (removes the general key) and ciphers each card individual keys.
The casino ciphers a pack the second general key and passes round.

What for the second time to cipher all pack? Removing the general enciphering of a casino all the same cannot learn a card any more because at present they are already ciphered by players. In the same way it cannot make and players since when the last general key will be removed - on each card there will be already a complete set individual.
I estimated Shamir's code (with small keys) - like approaches, at observance of one condition: to be decrypted cards should in the same order in which were ciphered.

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LR wrote:

and than badly that decision what is mentioned in ?

And how the bicycle invention is independent?:-Q

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Basil A. Sidorov wrote:

it is passed...
And how the bicycle invention is independent?:-Q

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This sacred!:-D

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hVostt wrote:

this sacred!:-D

Too rough mounting.

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Basil A. Sidorov wrote:

it is passed...
And how the bicycle invention is independent?:-Q

Actually it is obvious that the decision from  has a fatal lack .