Imagine you play a Standard Escalating game 8 players on Classic.
Everybody holds 5 cards, it´s your turn to play. Let´s say it´s the first round of cashing for everybody (game round 6 or so).
You cash. Now there are 37 cards in the hand of players. 7x5 for your opponents and 2 for you.
How are the odds that you get a bonus card for a ter from which you just cashed a card? If it works like the board game, there would be 2 cards still on the board, plus the 3 you just have cashed. Is CC mechanic working that way? Does it mean you have chance of 20% for each of the cards you just cashed to get again when you end your turn, and 40% for other random cards?
If you really have 20% chance to get a card again, it might be worth to try to go for that ter even if another position for taking a card might me slightly better (of course sometimes position is much more important than 2 bonus units, but let´s assume it would be nearly the same here)
Or to take this to extreme, if you play Doodle Earth, only 16 ter, so there you could be sure to get one of the cards you just cashed. And since cards must exist multiple times here, does CC avoid to create multiple cards for the same ter as long as possible, so the first 16 cards are different before repeat of cards start?