What is a Jack? As in a playing card?
- D1218Lv 54 weeks ago
It's a random card that's never played with.
- 3 months ago
King Queen Jack Ace
Jack is the prince of the time when the pack of cards where first made
- sparrowLv 74 months ago
You know about the King and Queen? Well, the Jack is a young prince.
It goes in this order from greatest to least - Ace, King,Queen, Jack.
- 4 months ago
A Jack is the player
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- BonFireLv 74 months ago
The jack in playing cards is the fourth highest card in the deck from the top down ,
Ace is highest
King is second to ace
queen is third after king
and jack id forth after queen .
the ten is the next and they get weaker as the go down according to number , BUT the ace can also ,depending on the game be low as in one , or in some games you can make a choice if you want the ace high or low card.
- Anonymous5 months ago
This is a very good question that requires a very good answer.
- 5 months ago
It is the equivalent of 11. Greater than a 10, less than a Queen.
- curtisports2Lv 75 months ago
It is the fourth highest card in poker, behind the Ace, King and Queen. Along with Kings and Queens, it is considered a 'face card' and has a value of ten points in games where the cards are assigned point values, such as blackjack, certain types of Rummy and others.
In Euchre, the Jacks play a special role. Euchre is a trick-taking game that involves calling 'trump', or the high suit for a particular hand. Whatever the trump suit is, the Jack in that suit is the highest-ranking card. The Jack of the other same-colored suit has the second highest rank. These are the right and left bowers. Then follow the A,K,Q 10 in the trump suit (for two players, for two teams totaling four players, the 9s are used as well).
- FulanoLv 75 months ago
It's the one that comes between the 10 and the Queen.
Don't confuse it with the Joker, which is the two special cards that didn't have suits.
- 5 months ago
a "ten" in poker