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Cards with dice on, finding Raymond

The puzzle of the playing cards, which is puzzle 35. You have to
coraspond D to eighter A or B or C am really stuck. Help
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D does not correspond to A, B or C, it corresponds to a number like A B and C do. If you look at where the dots are, they correspond to a clock.
A has two dots (even though you can only see one) on where a 12 would be. ie = 0 like 00.00 o clock = 0
B has a dot on 12 and a dot on 9 ie. 09.00 oclock = 9
C has a dot on 12 and a dot on 6 ie. 06.00 o clock = 6

D has a dot on 12 and a dot on .......

Does this help?

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