Q: Hi.Tell me please,is this Patent №9573046 for a specific game and its design or for the very principle of any card game?

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: To understand the exact scope of what is protected by U.S. Patent No. 9573046, it is necessary to review the patent's claims, which define the exact matter protected by the patent. The patent documents, including the detailed description and claims, can be accessed via the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website or other patent databases.

Based on the patent number you provided, a quick search indicates that this patent is titled "System and method for playing a card game" and was issued on February 21, 2017. From a cursory look, it appears that the patent pertains to a specific method of playing a card game that involves a unique process for distributing and playing cards. It does not seem to pertain to any card game in general but rather a particular method of playing a card game.

To understand fully what is covered by this patent, you would need to review the patent's claims in detail. If you have detailed questions about the scope of the patent or how it might apply to a specific situation, it would be best to consult with a patent attorney or a professional with expertise in patent law.

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