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The Hand just render the Cards, it's a dumb component down to the bottom. The Interface receives computed scores and the means to interact with the player. We don't need to get up to the App component to get a new deck. Table component can reshuffle the initial deck it received from its parent (App) and deal new Cards.
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Well react is a frontend rendering framework not a grid system. You can use somethink like flexbox or bootstrap or another css framework to make things easier so that you do not have to start from the ground. Then you can use that inside your react components. If you want 3 boxes each row then make each box 33% width an let the boxes float. This way it will work with arbitrary amounts.
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This is still not quite as good as something like Bootstrap's card-deck class where it will size all the cards by the row, but it's a step in the right direction. The power of this approach continues to be it's ease of implementation and the retention of all the DataTables functionality like filtering and ordering.