1.  


Nine of Diamonds
Nine of Hearts
Nine of Clubs
Nine of Spades


Answer

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In each column of the diagram, add the top and bottom card values together and subtract 2 to give the value of the central card.

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2.  


King of Clubs
King of Hearts
King of Diamonds
King of Spades


Answer

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Start at the top left of the diagram and move to the right, then down one row and to the left etc. in a snakes and ladders pattern. The value of each card increases by 5 each time, with their suit following the sequence of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades.

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3.  


Jack of Hearts
Jack of Diamonds
Jack of Clubs
Jack of Spades


Answer

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There are 2 sequences in the grid - one determining the value of the card, and one determining the suit of the card. Starting on the top left and moving right, then down one row and to the left, then down the final row and to the right, cards are arranged in order, with their value increasing by 4 each time. To calculate the suit of each card, start on the top left and move down, then right one row and move up etc. cards are arranged in the order Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, Spades.

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4.  


9 of Spades
9 of Clubs
8 of Spades
8 of Clubs


Answer

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Taking red cards as positive values and black cards as negative values, in each column of the diagram, the lower card value equals the sum of the two upper card values. The suits are used alternately in each column.

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5.  


4 (any suit)
5 (any suit)
6 (any suit)
7 (any suit)


Answer

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Taking the value of Aces as 1 and all court cards as 10, In each column of the diagram, the value of the sum of the 3 cards is always 21.

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