I have to clarify some points:
Balin wrote:
Btw I'm assuming N different from 2 since DANNY would have won with the highest pair the previous year...so I would say N =8 or 9 This logic is correct also
Is it possible for a pair to beat a straight?
No, good catch. Danny would have won with the highest pair two years ago, not last year - my badIf it were N=2, would Danny the previous year have had a pair which beat Firuv straight?
No, see aboveIf I'm not mistaken, if N=2, Danny is 21 and his hand is A222A. Thus, the previuos year he had A22210 which is a three of a kind (not a pair, and not beating Firuv either), correct?
No, this is incorrect, see aboveBalin wrote:
If she does have a duble pair, then the part of the hand coming from the name may vary from year to year. Is this true? Yes, in that the "cards" coming from the name might be different
By this you mean that the "letters" coming from the name are the same each year, but the "cards" they represent might be differen?
YesIs it possible for a letter to represent multiple cards?
Yes!The hand is always formed by 3 cards coming from the name and two cards coming from the age, right?
YesThe cards coming from Trixy's name are all different, right?
Not necessarily If so, for her to have a three of a kind her age should be 22 or 33,
Not necessarily and since Maliq too should be 22 or 33,
This one is correct no one else should be those ages. Then, Firuv possible ages are 24 (with one form F,U,R=4), 25 (with one form F,U,R=3) or 35 (with one form F,U,R=2), (ruling out the cases 33 (with one form F,U,R=4), 43, 44).
No, but you have the right ideas Correct?
First letter of numbers relevant? (like T=two, F=four, S=six, E=eight, N=nine)
Yes! If this is the case, could T=three, F=five, S=seven too?
Yes!Is O=10 (just because it's similar to 0)?
No. O is One (Ace), T can also be 10, and that is all the letter-to-card conversions.