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While typically rectangular, playing cards may also come in a circular shape. ({{TOS|Mudd's Women}}; {{VOY|State of Flux}})
 
While typically rectangular, playing cards may also come in a circular shape. ({{TOS|Mudd's Women}}; {{VOY|State of Flux}})
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[[Jake Sisko]] and [[Nog]] played a card game in [[2369]] while Nog was listening to a conversation between his [[uncle]] [[Quark]] and the [[waiter]] [[Broik]] in [[Quark's]]. ({{DS9|Progress}})
 
[[Jake Sisko]] and [[Nog]] played a card game in [[2369]] while Nog was listening to a conversation between his [[uncle]] [[Quark]] and the [[waiter]] [[Broik]] in [[Quark's]]. ({{DS9|Progress}})

Revision as of 23:27, August 11, 2016

Blackjack

Playing cards

Nog and Jake playing cards

Nog and Jake playing a card game

Double jack

Circular playing cards

A playing card was a type of card that is marked with symbols that belonged to a deck. A variety of games could be placed with them.

While typically rectangular, playing cards may also come in a circular shape. (TOS: "Mudd's Women"; VOY: "State of Flux")

In the final draft script of "Mudd's Women", circular cards that appear in that entry were described as "an odd-sized deck of cards."

Jake Sisko and Nog played a card game in 2369 while Nog was listening to a conversation between his uncle Quark and the waiter Broik in Quark's. (DS9: "Progress")

In 2376, when Harry Kim was navigating through a Borg cube, he used playing cards to mark his path, in case he had to come back the same way. He placed a three of hearts on a transwarp conduit and a nine of diamonds on a data node. (VOY: "Collective")

Cards

Card games

See also

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