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**A standard deck of cards holds a total of 52 playing cards. **These are divided into four sets of 13 identical card values with different suits; **Hearts**, **Spades**, **Diamonds, **and **Clubs**. Two of these suits are **red **(Hearts and Diamonds) and two are **black **(Spades and Clubs). Each suite has nine cards numbered **2 – 10**, as well as one **Jack**, one **Queen**, one **King, **and one **Ace**.

Here’s a full breakdown of a standard 52-card deck:

**13 red cards of Hearts**:

- Ace of Hearts
- King of Hearts
- Queen of Hearts
- Jack of Hearts
- 10 of Hearts
- 9 of Hearts
- 8 of Hearts
- 7 of Hearts
- 6 of Hearts
- 5 of Hearts
- 4 of Hearts
- 3 of Hearts
- 2 of Hearts

**13 black cards of Spades:**

- Ace of Spades
- King of Spades
- Queen of Spades
- Jack of Spades
- 10 of Spades
- 9 of Spades
- 8 of Spades
- 7 of Spades
- 6 of Spades
- 5 of Spades
- 4 of Spades
- 3 of Spades
- 2 of Spades

**13 red cards of Diamonds**

- Ace of Diamonds
- King of Diamonds
- Queen of Diamonds
- Jack of Diamonds
- 10 of Diamonds
- 9 of Diamonds
- 8 of Diamonds
- 7 of Diamonds
- 6 of Diamonds
- 5 of Diamonds
- 4 of Diamonds
- 3 of Diamonds
- 2 of Diamonds

**13 black cards of Clubs**

- Ace of Clubs
- King of Clubs
- Queen of Clubs
- Jack of Clubs
- 10 of Clubs
- 9 of Clubs
- 8 of Clubs
- 7 of Clubs
- 6 of Clubs
- 5 of Clubs
- 4 of Clubs
- 3 of Clubs
- 2 of Clubs

**How Many Suits Are There in a Deck?**

A standard 52-card deck has four different suits; Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, and Clubs. Each of these suits has 13 cards which are all the same, including numerical values running from 2 – 10, as well as a Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.

**How Many Face Cards Are There in a Deck?**

A standard 52-card deck has a total of 12 face cards – three for each suit. All Jacks, Queens and Kings are known as face cards as these are cards that portray human beings and have faces.

**How Many Hearts Are There in a Deck?**

There are 13 hearts in a standard, 52-card deck. These include numbers 2 – 10, as well as a Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.

**How Many Spades Are There in a Deck?**

There are 13 Spades in a standard, 52-card deck. These include numbers 2 – 10, as well as a Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.

**How Many Diamonds Are There in a Deck?**

There are 13 Diamonds in a standard, 52-card deck. These include numbers 2 – 10, as well as a Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.

**How Many Clubs Are There in a Deck?**

There are 13 Clubs in a standard, 52-card deck. These include numbers 2 – 10, as well as a Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.

**How Many Black Cards Are There in a Deck?**

There are 26 black cards in a standard deck of 52 cards. Half of the cards are black and half of them are red. The black cards are divided into two suits of 13 cards; Spades and Clubs.

**How Many Red Cards Are There in a Deck?**

A standard deck of 52 cards holds a total of 26 red cards. In other words, half of the cards are red. 13 of the red cards are Hearts and 13 are Diamonds.

**How Many Jokers Are There in a Deck?**

This can vary depending on the company that has created the deck. However, the industry standard of a 52-card deck is to include 2 joker cards. This means that the deck comes with 54 cards in total where 52 are considered normal playing cards and 2 are jokers (used in certain card games such as Rummy).

**Is There 52 or 54 Cards in a Standard Deck?**

In terms of normal playing cards, there are 52 cards in a deck. However, most decks also come with 2 joker cards making the total number of cards in the deck 54. These cards are only used in certain games and do not belong to any particular suit.

**How Many Kings Are There in a Deck?**

You will find a total of four kings in a standard deck of 52 cards. One belonging to each of the deck’s four suits; King of Hearts, King of Spades, King of Diamonds, and King of Clubs.

**How Many Queens Are There in a Deck?**

A standard deck of 52 cards has two black queens (Queen of Spades and Queen of Clubs) and two red queens (Queen of Hearts and Queen of Diamonds).

**How Many Jacks Are There in a Deck?**

A total of four Jacks are included in every standard deck of cards – one for each suit. You have the red Jack of Hearts, red Jack of Diamonds, black Jack of Spades, and black Jack of Clubs.

**How Many Aces Are There in a Deck?**

There are four aces in a standard deck of 52 cards, each belonging to one of the deck’s four suits; Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades.

**Is the Ace Card Considered High or Low?**

The Ace card is generally considered a high card (the highest valued one in the deck), but it totally depends on the card game you are playing. There are many popular card games where the Ace can act as the lowest card (1) as well as the highest. For instance, Rummy and Texas Hold’em.

**How Are Cards in a Deck Valued?**

All card games have their own rules, but in general, cards are ranked the following way from highest to lowest:

- Ace
- King
- Queen
- Jack
- Ten
- Nine
- Eight
- Seven
- Six
- Five
- Four
- Three
- Two

**Are Some Suits of Higher Value Than Other?**

By default, no. All suits are equal. However, in some card games, you may find that a particular suit is more valuable than another.