You see a handful of cards haphazardly strewn across the table, with vague descriptions around the edges. You're either looking at amateur night at the tarot house, or Pokergrams, a card-based logic puzzle by Ronald Stewart. Your goal is to place all of the extra cards into the grid so that each row and column form poker hands whose best possible ranking is described at the left and bottom of the grid. There are lots of ways to shuffle the cards around, but there's only one solution that matches all of the criteria!
Each grid starts with about ten cards put in place for you as starters. Drag and drop the remaining grey cards into the grid to form the hands. Once a row or column is filled, its description will turn green if it matches the criteria (though the cards may not necessarily be correct) or red (with a notch, as a colorblind aid) if the cards don't fit. Once you've filled the grid so all of the hand rankings are fulfilled, you win! Pokergrams is a simple app with a simple premise, but that doesn't mean the puzzles are simple at all. One important rule to keep in mind is that the descriptions always show the best possible ranking for a hand; if you're not careful, you might accidentally drop a pair into an "ace-high" row and throw yourself off. Can you deal with the challenge and solve these tricky puzzles?