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Yes. Back when Pagan and Witches and Fortune Tellers and etc. were being persecuted and in some cases jailed or executed for their beliefs, someone came up with the idea of di…sguising/hiding Tarot Cards in plain sight as game cards. (MORE)

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Gambits favorite card is the queen of hearts or as he calls it "lady love" this is his favorite because it reminds him of Rouge

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A royal card in a deck of playing cards would include the face cards including Jacks, Queens, and Kings.

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General Rules for Estimation Estimation is a card game that is played with a total of four players, each player is on their ownEstimation is played with a complete standa…rd deck of 52 cards and no jokersEach hand in Estimation is preceded by a round of bidding, during which every player bids the number of tricks they plan to "eat" during the hand and the Tarneeb suitThe Tarneeb suits are ranked according to their power in bidding:No Trump (no Tarneeb)SpadesHeartsDiamondsClubsThe person to start the bidding (and the bidding itself) moves counterclockwiseAfter each round of bidding, the players that did not win the bid must go through a round of estimation, during which they estimate the EXACT number of "eats" they will take during the next roundThe player who takes the exact estimated "eats" (whether by estimation or bidding) wins the round and gets the points, therefore a single round can have more than one winnerThe game consists of 13 rounds where "normal" bidding takes place, and 5 rounds where "accelerated" bidding takes placeThe person with the highest score after 18 rounds wins the game Normal Bidding The bidding begins with the first player to the right of the dealer and moves counterclockwiseIf a player lacks one (or more) suit, then they choose to either re-deal the cards or "avoid". Avoiding means that the round continues but the player declares that he lacks at least one suitAll players are then asked if they want to enter the round of bidding or "blind dash". Players who "blind dash" are not allowed to bid in the coming bidding and are assumed to have estimated zero "eats"After all four players have chosen to "bid" or "blind dash", normal bidding takes place EXACTLY like Tarneeb Egyptian (i.e. bid and suit). The minimum bid is 4After bidding is settled, then each player except the bidder (and starting from the right of the bidder) is asked to "estimate" his "eats". Note that any player who "blind dash" is not asked to estimate (assumed to have estimated zero) and is ignoredNo more than 2 players can estimate zero (whether in the estimation round or by "blind dash"). If a player estimates zero in the estimation round, it is called a "dash"The total estimated "eats" CANNOT equal 13. This means that the last person to estimate (called the "risk") is not shown the number that would make the total estimated "eats" equal 13Players can estimate up to and including the current bid number (but not higher). If a player estimates the same as the current bid, he is labeled as "with" Playing the Game When bidding is over, game play is exactly like TarneebIf no one "wins" (i.e. no one gets their estimated "eats") then then no scores are added or subtracted at the end and players move to the next round (called "sa3aydeh" round) where the score is doubled (x2) if you have a winner. If this is repeated, then the next round is tripled (x3) and so on Accelerated Bidding Round 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 are accelerated rounds during which players are only asked for "avoid" (if applicable) and go straight to estimation (i.e. no bidding)Tarneeb suits are pre-determined:Round 14 => No trumpRound 15 => SpadesRound 16 => HeartsRound 17 => DiamondsRound 18 => ClubsThere is no "with", but "risk" still applies. Also, the maximum estimation is always 13 since there is no bid Scoring A "win" is when a player gets EXACTLY the number of "eats" he estimated or bid If the bidder (or the "with") wins, he earns points = Round# + eats + 10If any other player wins, they earn points = Round# + eatsIf the player that wins is the "only" player, he earns a bonus of 10 points If 1 or 2 then R = 1If 3 or 4 then R = 2If 5 or 6 then R = 3If 6 or 7 then R = 4If the "risk" wins, he earns a bonus of 10xR points, where R ranges from 1 to 4 based on how far his estimate is from the estimate that would have made the total estimates 13:If a "kabooot" is won (i.e. the player bids and "eats" all 13) then he gets a 50 point bonus and each other player loses an additional 25 pointsIf a player wins with a "blind dash" in a round where total estimates are over 13 (overbid round), he earns points = Round# + 20. If the round had total estimates less than 13 (underbid round), he earns points = Round# + 10If a player wins with a "dash" in an overbid round, he earns points = Round# + 10 and earns points = Round# + 20 in an underbid roundA "loss" is when a player does not get EXACTLY the number of "eats" he estimated or bid. "diffeats" means the difference between a players "eats" and his estimate If the bidder loses, he loses points = Round# + diffeats + 10If any other player loses, they lose points = Round# + diffeatsIf the player that loses is the "only" player, he loses an additional 10 points If 1 or 2 then R = 1If 3 or 4 then R = 2If 5 or 6 then R = 3If 6 or 7 then R = 4If the "risk" loses, he loses an additional 10xR points, where R ranges from 1 to 4 based on how far his estimate is from the estimate that would have made the total estimates 13:If a player loses with a "blind dash" in an overbid round, he loses points = Round# + diffeats + 20 and loses points = Round# + diffeats + 10 in an underbid roundIf a player loses with a "dash" he loses points = Round# + diffeats + 20Note that in the last 5 rounds, the highest "estimator" is treated as the bidder for scoring purposes (MORE)

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Cards It depends. if it is faced up then yes if it is faced down then no.

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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There are 52 regular cards in a standard deck of playing cards. There are also two jokers, so if you are playing a game that uses the jokers, then you are playing with a 54 c…ard deck. (MORE)

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On a Royal deck: King of Clubs: mustache, yes King of Spades: mustache, yes King of Diamonds: mustache, yes The King of Hearts doesn't have a mustache.

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Because it's too fast to play, and the game will be over, before you know it.

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4