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About the origin of playing cards

2018-08-22

The four colors of red peach, square, plum and spades symbolize the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter. As for why you want to use these four patterns as the color of playing cards, there are many ways to do it. There are two kinds of sayings: one is that these four colors represent the four main industries of the society at that time, in which spades represent spears and symbolize military personnel; plums represent three-leaf flowers, symbolizing agriculture; squares represent bricks used by artisans. Tile; the peach represents the red heart and symbolizes the pastor. The other is that these four colors are derived from the patterns of ancient European divination objects, in which the spades represent olive leaves and symbolize peace; the plums are clover, which means lucky; the squares are in the shape of diamonds, symbolizing wealth; and the red hearts are red hearts. , symbolizing wisdom and love.

According to the data, in 1931, the country set off a boycott of the Japanese goods movement, promoted domestic products, and developed the industry. Shanghai Jinshengsheng founded the Cuihua Card Factory to try out the first batch of Chinese poker, Red Lion Poker.

It can be seen that the history of playing cards is a long time. Compared with mahjong, the rules of playing cards are more general. For investment operators who want to make local characteristics, after the early development, they can add some generals later. Playing card games, which is good for new gamers.

Chess games have various advantages such as high participation rate, wide user group, classic game items, and high user viscosity. Entrepreneurs are relatively difficult to start from chess games, and as long as the developers choose to rely on the game, the operation is equivalent. Half of the success. In general, the selection of developers should also be comprehensively examined from the aspects of enterprise scale, service quality, external reputation, and success stories.