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Your Questions About Suit Of Clubs

Daniel asks…

Iceland has banned strip clubs… should we follow suit in the UK?

Iceland has now banned all strip clubs and lap dancing clubs, saying that the business is not respectful of women.

What do you think of it, and do you think it’s something we should do in the UK?

You can read the full story here:

TarotTrumps answers:

It may be a symbolic thing to do but what that story doesn’t mention is that there were only a handful of strip clubs in Iceland anyway and therefore the impact somewhat limited.

Nancy asks…

Can anyone recommend me some good bars and clubs in london?

Basically I am going to london in 2 weekends and fancy spending a night or 2 on the tiles.. can anyone recommend some bars/clubs to me that suit?

I listen to wide variety but find favourites being rock/metal, indie/nu rave, drum n bass and dont mind the odd bit of pop/cheesey pop.

if anyone know of any good club nights saturday/sunday please reply!

TarotTrumps answers:

La Dolce just off Air Street is pretty good (quite pricey). They have live musicians walking round jamming with the music (drum’n base/house/rock).

But if your looking for something a bit rougher (a lot rougher) head down to Vaxhaul, club 42.

But there’s also a nice bar/club up in Highgate it’s called Viva Viva.

Paul asks…

How do you find the probability of drawing a king followed by a non faced card(no replacement)?

Using a standard deck of cards (having 13 cards in each suit (hearts, clubs, spades, & diamonds) & 4 cards each rank (Ace, 2-10, King, Queen, Jack) & 12 face cards.

TarotTrumps answers:

There are 52 cards in the deck, and 4 kings. So the chances of drawing a king as the first card is 4/52, or 1 in 13.

For the 2nd card, there are 51 cards left in the deck (after drawing the King), and 11 of them would be face cards (4 Jacks, 4 Queens and 3 Kings). The chance of drawing a face card 2nd would be 11 out of 51 – and the chance of drawing a NON-face card would therefore be 40 out of 51.

So for the probability of BOTH things happening, you just multiply them together – 1/13 times 40/51.

40 out of 663 possible combinations – or about a 6.033 percent chance.

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Mandy asks…

How do you find the probability of drawing a king or a non face card?

Using a standard deck of cards (having 13 cards in each suit (hearts, clubs, spades, & diamonds) & 4 cards each rank (Ace, 2-10, King, Queen, Jack) & 12 face cards.

TarotTrumps answers:

I think:
Probability is how many successful chances (kings and non-face) you have out of ALL chances (52 cards). So there are 4 kings and 40 non-face cards.
So if you can win by drawing either a king or a non-face card (a,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) you have a 44 out of 52 (44/52) chance. Reduce this fraction by dividing by the greatest common factor (4) and that’s an 11/13 probability.

11 divided by 13 would change this to a percent for you. (about 85% chance)

(king alone is a 4/52 or 1/13 chance; non-face alone is 40/52 or 10/13 chance.

I am not always right, so hopefully someone else will anwer you!

Mark asks…

why do the face cards in the spades suit (and the jack of clubs) look left when all the others look right?

TarotTrumps answers:

Ive always wondered that must be an oldie thing i know my grandad plays a game where you need a one eyed jack which is only in one suit

Nancy asks…

Will the day come, when clubs scout, mainly European young talent?

There are only 2 English players who have survived, from Arsenals FA youth cup team, of 2001.

More to the point, Arsenal have successfully scouted young, European talent and developed it. Good luck to them, but will it ever happen, that other major clubs, follow suit at the expense of our youngsters?

I’m not thinking about whether Arsenal should do this, good luck to them, but are there consequences for our football.
Paddy B – You’re not saying anything, that people don’t know, already!

Look, take as an example, Liverpool. They decide to adopt the same successfull scheme as Arsenal, and only target young, European talent, for some of the reasons that you highlight.

Then take it one step further and assume, that most Premiership clubs do the same. Does it mean, even less chance, for our young home grown talent to be developed, with a top club.

Or, will they come through anyway?

TarotTrumps answers:

This has been underway for some time. All the top Premiership clubs have scouts all over Europe. Some full time, some part time. To identify a good youngster of (say) 15 is the holy grail. Sign him up and if he is good you have a star for little or no transfer fee! Think how many scouts a couple of million quid a year will pay for. Then think what you get by spending the same amount in the transfer market. Prem clubs couldn’t give a toss whether a player is British or not. They want good value young talent from anywhere!

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Richard asks…

Need help with card type problems from probability?

the following problems concern a 5-card hand from a standard 52-card deck. A standard deck has 13 cards from each of 4 suits (clubs, diamonds, hearts, spades). The 13 cards have face value 2 through 10, jack, queen, king, or ace. Each face value is a “kind” of card. The jack, queen, and king are “face cards.”

a) how many hands contain 4 queens ?

b) How many hands contain all diamonds?

TarotTrumps answers:

There are 4 queens and 4 can be chosen in 4C4 = 1 way. The fifth card may be chosen in 48 ways.
48 hands contain 4 queens.

There are 13 diamonds. 5 can be chosen in 13C5 ways.
13C5 hands contain all diamonds.

13C5 =1287

Donald asks…

the hand is jqqk, crib is kj37, the start is 4 of clubs and have the jack of same suit. How do you score this?

TarotTrumps answers:

Your hand: J-Q-Q-K-4
2 runs of 3 (J-Q-K) = 6
Pair of queens = 2
Total: 8

The crib: K-J-7-4-3
Total: 0

Note: You didn’t include suits, so I’m assuming there are no flushes. If either of the jacks are the same suit as the 4, you’ll get one extra point for ‘His Knobs’.

Maria asks…

how would you do this combination problem?

A standard deck of cards consist of 4 suits ( clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades) of 13 cards each. How many 7-card hands having exactly 3 spades, 3 clubs, and 1 heart be dealt?

TarotTrumps answers:

Number of ways of selecting 3 spades from 13 =

13C3 = (13 x 12 x 11) / (1 x 2 x 3) = 286

Similarly, number of ways of selecting 3 clubs from 13 = 286

So the number of different hands having 3 spades and 3 clubs = 286 x 286 = 81796.

And each of these hands can be combined with one of the 13 hearts, so the total number of hands =

81796 x 13 = 1 063 348

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William asks…

Wouldn’t it be nice if football clubs followed suit?

And reduced some of their prices?


I think this is a great idea and includes London travelling costs..
Bluey, save it for the City /Chelsea match, and treat me to a ticket… its the match of the season!! lol

TarotTrumps answers:

Viv i have £2000 on Man City at 7/1 so will be able to get the best seats if they win…lol

Linda asks…

How many hands contain at least one king?

For the purposes of this problem, a hand will consist of 2 cards. One card is drawn from a standard 52-card deck with flowers on the back. The second card is drawn from a standard 52-card deck with birds on the back.

Remember that a standard 52-card deck consists of four suits (clubs, spades, diamonds, and hearts), each with 13 cards (A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K). The “jack,” “queen,” and “king” are called “face cards.”

How many hands contain at least one king?

TarotTrumps answers:

Let’s count the hands that have *no* kings.
There are 48 cards in the first deck that aren’t kings
There are 48 cards in the second deck that aren’t kings.

Multiplying together you have 48 x 48 hands that have *no* kings:
48 x 48 = 2304

The total number of hands that are possible are 52 from deck 1 and 52 from deck 2. The total possible hands would be:
52 x 52 = 2704

Subtracting you get that there are exactly 400 hands that have 1 or more kings.

400 hands with at least 1 king.

Donna asks…

If you were a manager would you wear a suit or some of your clubs sporting attire?

TarotTrumps answers:

Phil Brown dresses classy for matchdays, I think I’d use him as my style icon: fake tan, black suit, brown shoes and Hull City tie.

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