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stack the cards/deck for or against (someone or something)
to arrange things unfairly for or against someone or something
The company is stacking the cards against some small sellers because of their strict standards.
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    Postal 2

    Postal 2 is a firstpersonshooter and the sequel to 1997s Postal. Both are considered controversial within gaming circles, mainly due to high levels of violence and stereotyping. To get an idea, violence against pedestrians and police officers, racism, sexual themes, drug use, and animal cruelty are some of the basic elements of the game. Unsurprisingly, the game got banned in New Zealand, Sweden, and Australia.


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