In total, there are two black jacks and these are the jack of Diamonds and the jack of Hearts. The remaining two jacks are red jacks and they are facing left.

## How many black jacks are in a deck?

There are four Kings, four Queens , four Jacks and four tens in each deck. Therefore, each Ace can give **16 different black jacks**.

## How many black eights are in a deck of 52 cards?

There are **two black 8s**: the 8 of spades and the 8 of clubs. This is true for all values, as it happens. There are 13 numbers (2-10, J, Q, K, A), each of which has 2 black cards (spades and clubs) and two red cards (hearts and diamonds). In a pack of regular cards, there are 16 face cards.

## What is a One Eyed jack?

The phrase one eyed jacks refers **to two of the jacks in a standard deck of playing** cards: the Jack of hearts and the Jack of spades. In a standard deck, the men drawn on these cards are drawn facing sideways, so that only one of their eyes is shown (hence, they appear to be “one-eyed”).

## How many king of spades are in a deck of 52 cards?

In a standard deck of cards there are 54 cards, 2 jokers and then 52 cards divided into **13 cards** in each of 4 suits. 13 of those cards make up the Spades suit—the Ace, the 2 through 10 cards, and the Jack, Queen, and King of Spades. The easy answer to this, therefore, is 13.

## What is the probability of drawing a black jack from a well shuffled deck of 52 cards?

∴ The probability of selecting a black Jack from a deck of cards is **1 / 26**.

## What is the probability of a black jack?

There are 103 cards remaining in the two decks and 32 are tens. So the probability of a blackjack is 32/103=**31.07%**.

## What is the probability of getting 8 from a deck of 52 cards?

In each suit, there are 9 number cards from 2–10, a Jack, a Queen, a King and an Ace. So, there are four 8s in a deck of cards, one from each suit. Therefore the probability of getting an 8 from a deck of 52 cards is 8/52 = 3/12 = **nearly 15.38%**.