Cold-deck



noun, Cards Slang.
1.
a pack with the cards in prearranged order, secretly exchanged for the one in use; stacked deck.

noun phrase

A dishonest deck of playing cards, usually stacked or marked (1856+)

verb phrase

To take advantage of someone; dishonestly assure one’s own winning; rig, stack the deck (1884+)

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