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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by j.bayme, May 26, 2012.
None of them are from white Monarchs
Tricky....there all from white deck, except the ace of spades.
Only Ace is from White Monarchs.
Queen of Spades and Joker are from the White Monarchs
King of clubs and the joker are from the White Monarchs.
im gonna go ahead and guess the ace and the queen are from the white monarch
Jack of Diamonds and Joker from the White mon
The Ace of Spades and the Joker are from the White Monarch deck.
None are from the White Monarchs
Joker (word count).
Ace and Joker from White Monarchs.
Queen of spades
ace and queen of spades
totally random .. i dont have the monarchs ... here it goes
j of diamonds, q of spades and the joker are from the White Monarchs
Goodluck to all!!!! ^^
K and Ace are White Monarchs
the ace and the joker are the white monarch
Clearly the ace and joker has been used, making them the white monarchs. The slight crease makes me feel as if you did not want to waste another pack of limited White Monarchs on the contest, so you used the already open and used deck of White Monarchs on Ace and Joker. The rest would be standard monarchs and they look crisp and clean as if a new deck was used.
Scratch my last post, it's the Jack and queen as theY look the newest and you can see a slight crease in the other three. Thank you.
Jack, ace, queen from white monarchs. King and joker from standard monarchs.
Queen, King and Ace from White Monarchs