Joyce's imagery is as rich and deep as the traditional tarot (hasn't anyone else explored this yet?) cf FWake
easier than boardgame?
the four suits: wands, pentacles, cups, swords
1-10, page, knight, queen, king
suppose the suits were given to Bloom, Stephen, Molly, and... Nora?
or 18 cards per suit, one for each episode, with the suits being categories from the schemata like literary style, setting, science, symbols...?
The Fool [Cashel Boyle O'Connor Fitzmaurice Tisdall Farrell?]
The Magician [macintosh?]
The High Priestess [Bella?]
The Empress [Molly]
The Hierophant [AE]
The Lovers [Molly and Boylan, Bloom and Gerty]
The Chariot [viceregal cavalcade?]
The Hermit 
Wheel of Fortune [Tom Rochford's invention?]
The Hanged Man [Parnell]
Death [Glasnevin, Corny Kelleher, John O'Connell]
Temperance [Bloom? Lyster?]
The Devil [Boylan or Mulligan or AE?]
The Tower [Sandycove]
Judgement [the black panther?]
The World [Dublin]
the Tourist [Haines]
the Ballast Office clock