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  • How quickly does the average person solve usually solve these?
    I did them in Pascal, I've posted my code on github. I stopped once I got a solution, so there's a lot of cruft in there, but I managed to get all the way through 2020. I was the 9764th person to do so.
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    This comment unlocked it for me... my Pascal version runs in 0.248 seconds
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    Only to find that I had wasted about 2 hours.. and had to re-implement everything, so the second time I did it quick and dirty instead. I kept the cards as strings with the deck being a single string... way, way simpler, even with the recursion, etc.
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