# What Is Your Perfect Game?

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Find out in which game are you fully perfect?

• 1.

### How many black aces will you find in one deck of cards?

• A.

13

• B.

4

• C.

26

• D.

2

D. 2
Explanation
In a standard deck of cards, there are two black aces, one of spades and one of clubs. The other two options, 13 and 26, are incorrect as they represent the total number of cards in a deck and not specifically the number of black aces.

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• 2.

### In a deck of cards, what is the color of spades?

• A.

White

• B.

Black

• C.

Blue

• D.

Red

B. Black
Explanation
In a standard deck of cards, the color of spades is black. The deck consists of four suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Each suit has cards of two colors, red and black. Spades are one of the black suits, along with clubs. Therefore, the correct answer is black.

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• 3.

### What suit is known as "trump" in "Spades"?

• A.

Diamonds

• B.

Hearts

• C.

Clubs

• D.

Explanation
In the card game "Spades," the suit known as "trump" is Spades itself. In card games, a trump suit is a suit that has a higher value or power than the other suits. It can win tricks over cards from other suits. In "Spades," the trump suit is Spades, meaning that any Spades card has the power to win over cards from other suits, regardless of their rank or value. Therefore, the correct answer is Spades.

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• 4.

### Which card is highest in each suit in a game of "Spades"?

• A.

Ace

• B.

Joker

• C.

Queen

• D.

King

A. Ace
Explanation
In a game of "Spades," the highest card in each suit is the Ace. The Ace has the highest value and ranks above all other cards, including the King, Queen, and Joker.

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• 5.

### How many people do you need to play "Bubblegum"?

• A.

3

• B.

6

• C.

1

• D.

2

A. 3
Explanation
To play the game "Bubblegum," you need a minimum of 3 people. This suggests that the game requires at least 3 participants to be played effectively.

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• 6.

### Which popular game of chance was first seen in the U.S. at carnivals in the 1920's?

• A.

Racko

• B.

Poker

• C.

Bingo

• D.

Hearts

C. Bingo
Explanation
Bingo is the correct answer because it was first seen in the U.S. at carnivals in the 1920's. Bingo is a popular game of chance where players mark off numbers on cards as they are called out, and the first person to complete a specified pattern wins. Its origins can be traced back to Italy in the 16th century, but it gained popularity in the U.S. during the 1920's at carnivals and fairs, eventually becoming a widely played game across the country.

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• 7.

### How many suits are there in a pack of playing cards?

• A.

4

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

6

A. 4
Explanation
A pack of playing cards typically consists of four suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Each suit contains 13 cards, making a total of 52 cards in a standard deck. Therefore, the correct answer is 4.

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• 8.

### At least how many players are needed to play "Go Fish"?

• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

6

• D.

4

B. 2
Explanation
"Go Fish" is a card game that requires a minimum of two players to play. With only one player, there would be no one to play against, making the game impossible. Therefore, a minimum of two players is needed for a game of "Go Fish".

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• 9.

### In which game is the term "Down on one knee" used?

• A.

Down Down Down

• B.

Marbles

• C.

Cricket

• D.

Marco Polo

A. Down Down Down
• 10.

### What is the traditional name for "King of Clubs"?

• A.

David

• B.

Alexander The Great

• C.

Julius Caesar

• D.

Charlemagne

B. Alexander The Great
Explanation
The traditional name for "King of Clubs" is Alexander The Great. Alexander the Great was a famous ancient Greek king who conquered a vast empire, known for his military prowess and strategic genius. The King of Clubs card in a deck of playing cards is often associated with his image, symbolizing power and leadership.

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• 11.

### Playing with no points, how many spades do you need to win in "Spades"?

• A.

13

• B.

7

• C.

26

• D.

4

B. 7
Explanation
In the game of "Spades," each player is dealt 13 cards. The objective of the game is to win as many tricks as possible. A trick is won by playing the highest-ranking card of the suit led, or by playing a spade if someone has already played a spade. Since each player starts with 13 cards, it is possible to win all the spades in the game by playing strategically. However, to guarantee a win, a player would need at least 7 spades, as there are only 13 spades in a standard deck of cards. Therefore, the correct answer is 7.

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• 12.

### Where did the game of "Spades" originate?

• A.

Cincinnati

• B.

New York

• C.

Italy

• D.

Las Vegas

A. Cincinnati
Explanation
Spades is believed to have originated in Cincinnati. The game was developed in the 1930s by college students who added new rules and elements to the traditional game of Whist. It quickly gained popularity in the Cincinnati area and spread to other parts of the United States. The city became known as the birthplace of Spades, making Cincinnati the correct answer to the question.

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• 13.

### What traditional game is a variation of "Tag" and employs the use of fabric to obstruct eyesight?

• A.

Blindman's Bluff

• B.

Hide And Seek

• C.

Don't Peek

• D.

Hear You/Can't See You

A. Blindman's Bluff
Explanation
Blindman's Bluff is a traditional game that is a variation of "Tag" and involves using fabric to obstruct the player's eyesight. In this game, one player is blindfolded or has their eyes covered with a piece of fabric, making them the "Blindman." The Blindman then tries to tag or catch the other players who are hiding and moving around silently. The use of fabric to obstruct eyesight adds an element of challenge and excitement to the game, as the Blindman has to rely on their other senses to locate and tag the other players.

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• 14.

### In the game of "Capture the Flag", what is the goal?

• A.

Winning A Race

• B.

Running Your Flag Up A Flagpole

• C.

Planting Flag On Opponent's Ground

• D.

Capturing Other Team's Flag

D. Capturing Other Team's Flag
Explanation
In the game of "Capture the Flag", the goal is to capture the other team's flag. This means that the objective of the game is to successfully infiltrate the opponent's territory, locate their flag, and bring it back to your own territory without being caught by the opposing team. This requires strategy, teamwork, and coordination to outsmart the other team and secure their flag while defending your own.

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• 15.

### What beats scissors in the game "Rock, Paper, Scissors"?

• A.

Paper

• B.

Everything

• C.

Rock

• D.

Nothing

C. Rock
Explanation
Rock beats scissors in the game "Rock, Paper, Scissors" because rock smashes or breaks scissors. Scissors are unable to cut or defeat a rock, making rock the winner in this particular matchup.

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