A few weeks ago we played "Poker Putts" in our Men's League- 1 card was earned for each 2 putt and 2 cards were earned for each 1 putt. Cards were then used to make the best 5 card poker hand (a RF was the winner with SFs taking 2nd and 3rd).
Most players earned 20-27 cards and they were distributed to players one at a time by shuffling a 52 card deck and giving them the top X cards. I said, that to save time, they could give two players cards from the same deck (either every other or first X to player 1, then Y to player 2), as long as the two players combined didn't earn more than 52 cards. All the guys present thought that doing 2 at a time would somehow change the odds of a player getting a good hand.
What do you think? Assume the deck is well shuffled after each deal (regardless of whether it is to 1 or 2 players).