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Kate holding her cards
The three cards Charlotte tests Daniel with ("Eggtown")

DHARMA Initiative playing cards can be seen being used on and off the Island. Unless otherwise noted, all DHARMA Initiative playing cards seen on the show bore the logo of the Swan station on their reverse.

The cards were first seen when Libby was in need of polysporin. In order to win back the medication, Jack played a game of poker against Sawyer with the DHARMA cards. ("Lockdown")

Sometime later, Charlotte Lewis found the cards, and used them to perform a memory test on her fellow freighter team member using three of the playing cards (the Queen of Diamonds, Six of Clubs and Three of Spades). Though Daniel guessed the first two cards right, he did not guess the third one correctly (instead guessing the Ten of Hearts), much to his chagrin, though Charlotte called it "progress." ("Eggtown")

Sometime after the escape of the Oceanic 6 from the Island, the Seven of Spades appears on a painting in Aaron's room. Another card was in the same painting in Aaron's room, but could barely be seen behind the Seven of Spades. It appeared to be the Queen of Hearts. ("Eggtown")

Find 815 clue hunt


  • The Christiane I had similar playing cards, with Swans on the back. However, a DHARMA logo was not imprinted on the back.

Unanswered questions

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  • Is there any significance to the Christiane I having swan-backed playing cards?

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