Two people (call them E and F), decide to play a special card game. They use a special deck of playing cards which is a standard $52$ card deck, but with $12$ extra cards added in. You can think of them as $3$ extra ranks, each having $4$ suits. So the new ranks (in ascending order) are $123456789TJQKABC$ (T = ten). Ranks $2$ thru $A$ are the normal ranks found in a standard deck of cards. $A$ is considered the rank just above king and never the same as $1$ for this game. We added a new low $1$ rank which comes before $2$, and we added $2$ new high ranks ($B$ and $C$) after the $A$ (Ace). So for each hand, we shuffle well and then deal out only half ($32$ out of $64$) of the cards. They are community cards shared between E and F. That is, both E and F use the same $32$ dealt cards to determine winners. Both E and F can win in the same hand multiple times.
E gets a win for each occurrence of a quad dealt in order, including multiple wins per hand such as $77772439999$ which would count as $2$ wins for E. Best case for E would be something like $11112222333344445555666677778888$ which would be $8$ wins.
F gets a win if any $5$ card straight is dealt in order (such as $23456$). Wraparound straights such as $ABC12$ are not a win for F. Only ascending straights are wins for F. For something like $234567$, that counts as a double win for F since there are $2$ overlapping straights ($23456$ and $34567$). Best case for F then would be $24$ wins in a single hand ($123456789TJQKABC123456789TJQKABC$). To make it even easier for F to win, we will assign a point multiplier. Each win (as described above) will have points awarded. E gets $8$ points for each win but F gets $15$ points for each win.
So best case for E would be $64$ points in a single hand but F can get up to $360$ points in a single hand.
If there is no winner in a hand, the cards are simply returned to the deck, reshuffled well, and a new hand is dealt.
So who has the point advantage long term and by how much?