There are four kings in a standard deck of playing cards. One king belongs to each of the four suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades.
Upper Deck is a brand of sports cards. The company primarily produces baseball, football, hockey and basketball cards. In the past, Upper Deck has also produced Yu-Gi-Oh, World of Warcraft and Maxx Racing trading cards, but no longer does so.
There are 13 clubs in a standard 52-card deck of playing cards. There are also 13 diamonds, 13 hearts and 13 spades.
There are 26 red cards in the standard 52 card deck. The red cards are the diamond and heart suits, and the black cards are the club and spade suits.
A standard deck of cards features 13 cards of the diamond suit, and there are 87 diamond images that appear in total. Cards show diamond images in two opposite corners of the suit, plus one diamond for each number card and two diamonds on each face card.
Each deck of cards contains four aces. There is one ace for each suit: clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades. The ace of clubs and the ace of spades are black, and the ace of diamonds and the ace of hearts are red.
A deck of 52 cards contains 12 face cards. Face cards are those with a king, queen or jack on them. Since there are four suits and each suit contains one of each type of face card, there are four kings, four queens and four jacks in a deck.