The heading refers to mulligan/set of mulligans. 1^{st} means the very first mulligan and so on. 1^{st}**∩**2^{nd} means two first mulligans and similarily 2^{nd}**∩**3^{rd }means two last. Columns 1^{st}**∩**2^{nd }and 1^{st}**∩**2^{nd}**∩**3^{rd} are simply full mulligans on red/blue coin, painted with respective colors.

‘To find’ column specifies the exact event considered. **‘1 of 1’** means simply finding a single card, or in other words, **finding 1 card out of 1 card package in the deck**. Wherever package size is greater than number of cards seeked, **‘>=’** symbol is used. It mean accessing **at least **k out of K cards; i.e. >=2 of 4 means drawing at least 2 cards from 4 cards package. The reason to use ‘>=’ rather than ‘=’ is that ‘>=’ has way higher relevance in practice.

Finally last 3 rows describes the probability of finding a card mulled out in R1. Sometimes you need to put your golds unplayable in R1 back into the deck in order to contest the round. The calculation is rather straightforward: 100%-(% missing gold in R2)*(% missing gold in R3) in the case of total chances to find the card back.

**Of course, all values refer to 25 cards deck without thinning!**

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