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The 3D game hall of swag gaming entertainment city has quite a variety of games. In addition to the unique original game content, it also contains many classic games of poker type! Regarding the poker game, we must talk about the “poker” itself. The predecessor of the poker was the French Tarot, which was simplified into 52 cards. Therefore, the suits and head cards are also the same. The Americans joined the German 2 A total of 54 cards, Joker. When it was introduced to the Chinese area, it was called poker because it was the most common to play poker.

│History of Poker

Playing card suits are the most popular in the French version. The four suits are spades♠, hearts♥, clubs♣, and diamonds♦. Spades and clubs are black, and hearts and diamonds are red. There are thirteen cards of each suit, which are numbers one to thirteen. The cards from one to ten are represented by the number of suit patterns, while eleven, twelve, and thirteen use the top cards J (Jack), Q (Queen), K ( King), and one is usually designated A, and may be called 1, A, or Ace. In modern times, the value of the suit pattern is usually marked directly in the upper left corner. In order to facilitate the viewing of opponent players sitting across the table, there will also be an upside-down number in the lower right corner. However, because of this, the pattern of the head card also turned into a bizarre image of the upper and lower heads facing each other.

In the early 18th century, the British government levied stamp duty on playing cards, and used complex designs as tax payment vouchers and anti-counterfeiting measures; from 1712, one of the cards in the playing cards needed to be stamped by the government by hand, usually the black as the first card. Peach A; The Ace of Spades printed by the government in 1765 and integrated into the British Royal Coat of Arms, as proof of paying 2 shillings and 6 pence (30 pence) taxes; in 1828, the government printed the Ace of Spades more beautifully, commonly known as Old Frizzle, And in response to the situation, the tax was reduced to 1 shilling (12 pence); in 1862, the tax was reduced to 3 pence and the introduction of tariff packaging to replace it, and even after the stamp duty on playing cards was stopped in 1960, the gorgeous-looking Ace of Spades has gradually evolved into a poker. card tradition.

After deducting the ghost cards, 52 cards symbolize the 52 weeks of the year. Spades♠, Heart♥, Club♣, and Diamond♦ are related to the four seasons. 13 per season, representing 13 weeks in a season. The 13 points of each pattern (1-13) add up to 91 points, and each season is also 91 days. The ghost cards represent the extra days (calculated based on the year with the most days, that is, a leap year, a leap year has 366 days, that is, 52 weeks plus 2 days, and the additional 2 days represent 2 ghost cards). In addition, the whole card has only two colors, red for day and black for night.

Among them, spades represent olive leaves, symbolizing peace; clubs are clover, which means luck; diamonds are diamond-shaped, symbolizing wealth; and hearts are heart-shaped, symbolizing wisdom and love.

In addition, some studies have pointed out that the patterns of spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs are related to the class in the Middle Ages: Spades ♠ (spade) comes from the Italian “sword” – Spada, which is the symbol of the nobility; hearts The ♥ is transformed from the “Holy Grail” to symbolize the clergy; the square ♦ is transformed from “currency” to symbolize the merchant; finally, the plum blossom ♣ is transformed from the “stick” symbolizing the farmer. The farmer’s sticks are stamped with plum blossoms, and as the generations pass on, the sticks are omitted and only plum blossoms remain.