Ace of spades
The Ace of Spades is the highest card in many games. Its logo has been used on playing cards since the early seventeen th century. This is when James 1st, King of England, and James 6th, King of Scotland, introduced a new tax on playing cards. The logo was designed to prove the tax was paid. The band Motorhead incorporated the symbol onto their logo. It was the first time an American rock band used a brand name on a card.
The ace of spades is the highest card in the deck. It was used as a symbol of military units beginning in the Second World War. In the Vietnam War, the popularity of the ace of spades increased. American soldiers believed that the Viet Cong soldiers were scared of this card because it symbolized death, which is not always the case. Because of this, they left a card on the bodies of their enemies and ordered boxes of aces of them to use in psychological warfare.
The symbols on the Ace of Spades slot are the same as those in other games. There are seven symbols in all, with each corresponding to one payline. The Ace of Spades serves as the Wild symbol. When it appears in a winning combination, it replaces all other symbols. A single Wild doubles the prize and two Aces quadruples the prize. This game also pays for combinations of three or more of the same symbol.