K stands for 13, Q stands for 12, J stand for
11, A stands for 1
Some hands have no solutions and marks will be awarded if you
more challenging than the conventional version
- invented independently in the 1940's by Piet Hein, born in Denmark
and inventor of many mathematical games; and by John Nash, the American
mathematician who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Science.
- a most resourceful website covering mathematics at HKCEE and HKAL
level, exercises and notes as well as beautiful sketchpad diagrams included.
The website is updated frequently and is a must for students.