Whats the probability of drawing the ace of spades from a deck with no jokers? Normaly it would be 1/50. But what if its a brand new deck? The position of cards in a new deck are typically identical, so that means if you take out the jokers and draw the card at the very bottom, it's the ace of spades almost 100% of the time. Oh that's right! I didn't say a word about it being a new deck. Rather, you didn't ask. Being in the "no" gives you the power to turn the probability of winning from 1.92% to 100%. The more knowledge of a party will be the inevitable victor.

From episode 5, time 17:50.

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[-]Anonymous283 years ago

Now what if I told you these weren't playing cards but are actually uno cards played with jokers?

[-]Androst3 years ago

I don't really know where you got that math from but there are 52 cards in a deck without jokers. Assuming there are jokers there would then be 54 cards in the deck rather than 50. Think about it. There are 4 cards with the same number or letter and each one is a different suit. There is Ace through King and that is 13 cards in each suit. Since there are 4 suits you would multiply 13 by 4 and get 52.

[-]Kyrathian3 years ago

Just so you know there is 52 cards in one deck without the jokers so your math is unfortunatly incorrect

[-]EsperKing3133 years ago

No, it's correct, assuming there are two jokers in a deck, if you take those two out, there'd be a 1/50 chance of drawing the ace of spades because 52 (jokers included)- 2 (the two jokers) = 50 (the jokers being excluded).

[-]Hero3 years ago

"No" needs to be changed to "know"

[-]lGreenn193 years ago

Ahaha i never realized that lol. Ty for noticing!