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hendrik | 16th May 2018 | 一般

In the book “Humorous Aesthetics” today, I unwittingly discovered the description of playing cards and shared them with everyone.


Poker is the epitome of the calendar.


Of the 54 cards, 52 are genuine cards, representing 52 weeks a year; 2 deck cards, the king represents the sun, and Xiaowang represents the moon;


Spring, summer, autumn and winter all year round, with peach, heart, plum, square to express, among them the red heart, the square represents the white lotus, the spades, the plum represents the night.


Each season is 13 weeks. Each suit in poker happens to be 13 cards.


Each season is 91 days, and the total number of points for 13 cards is exactly 91. 1+2+3+4+5+6+.....+11+12+13=91.


The sum of the points of the four suits, plus the point of the king is 365; if you add a king, it is exactly the number of days of the year.


The 12 cards of J, Q, and K in poker both represent 12 months in a year and indicate that the sun has passed 12 signs in one year.


Different suits in playing cards have different meanings: Spades symbolize the olive leaves, which means peace; Sisters are heart-shaped, which means wisdom; Plums are black clover, which originate from clover; Squares represent diamonds, which means wealth.


These four suits are good wishes for people in the year.


According to facts, it is indeed one such thing. I haven't noticed anything at all. Numbers 4, 52, and 13 often appear in mathematics topics for 52 weeks a year, 13 seasons for a season, and 4 seasons for a year. These correspond perfectly to the factors in the playing cards. The first time I saw this article I realized so much about learning in poker. In philosophy, there is a truth. Things are universally connected. We must use the point of view of the connection to see problems, laterally contrasting connections, and vertical time. And we all associate poker cards with landlords.