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Noreen
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Okay, this might be a pretty stupid question. In any phase, when I draw cards for the robot, do I put those cards on the top of its draw stack or at the bottom? Or does it even matter? Thanks!
 
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I put them on the top. I have no idea if the rules say which, but it shouldn't make any difference. Well unless you get to the point of shuffling the discards but I assume the robot will have won well before that happens ;-)
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Douglas Tempel
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The solitaire rules in Gathering Storm say:

"Card Draws and Tracks: draw for the robot (in all phases)
means shift the specified number of cards from the draw
pile to the robot’s draw stack, without looking at them."

So it doesn't really specify, but it doesn't really matter because it's all random anyways. I always put them on top.
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zabdiel wrote:
I put them on the top. I have no idea if the rules say which, but it shouldn't make any difference. Well unless you get to the point of shuffling the discards but I assume the robot will have won well before that happens ;-)


Truth.
 
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Thanks folks...
 
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I used to deal on top, but I felt like it was too stagnant so I started dealing on bottom. In reality it doesn't matter, but I prefer bottom.
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