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Since when did regular playing cards have a right side up?

obconstuff:
In Nrit culture, a game of is played with a deck of cards depicting various
important gods, heroes, and symbols.  A card is put down, and players take
turns drawing cards and trying to relate them via story allusion to the card
on the board.  If they cannot relate a card in their hand to it, they must
place a card on the table, from their hand, facedown.  A player may turn
over a facedown card from the player who will be next and attempt to capture
that instead of whatever cards are on the table faceup.  When two or more
cards are related, the player takes them.  When ll the cards run out, the
player who has captured the most wins the hand, and the game moves on to X
number of hands, usually eleven.
These definitely have a right side.

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Shreyas