This deck is a trick deck wherein the backs of the cards used have a thick, non-slick surface. The cards are placed back to back in certain pairs. There a few rules in determining these pairs: * 1) Each pair adds up to 13 (9 and 4; 6 and 7; qu... Read more of Invisible Deck at Card Trick.caInformational Site Network Informational
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(Combination and Group Problems)
Twelve members of a club arranged to play bridge together on eleven
evenings, but no player was ever to have the same partner more than
once, or the same opponent more than twice. Can you draw up a scheme
showing how they may all sit down at three tables every evening? Call
the twelve players by the first twelve letters of the alphabet and try
to group them.


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