Let (a,b,c) be a primitive Pythagorean triple such that b is even. In 1956, Jeśmanowicz conjectured that the equation ax+by=cz has the unique solution (x,y,z)=(2,2,2) in the positive integers. This is one of the most famous unsolved problems on Pythagorean triples. In this paper we propose a similar problem (which we call the shuffle variant of Jeśmanowicz’ problem). Our problem states that the equation cx+by=az with x,y and z positive integers has the unique solution (x,y,z)=(1,1,2) if c=b+1 and has no solutions if c>b+1 . We prove that the shuffle variant of the Jeśmanowicz problem is true if c≡1 mod b.