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Ace of Spades

Play N' Go
RTP 95.94%
Play Play N' Go Slots
Reels 3
Paylines 1
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.5
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins No
Bonus No

Ace of Spades Slot Review

The Ace of Spades game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing provider in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Ace of Spades is 4.06%.

The Ace of Spades game is made up of 3 reels and 1 payline.

Wild – The “Spades” symbol is Wild, substituting for all other symbols. 1 Wild doubles any wins it contributes to. 2 Wilds will multiply the bet by 4 when contributing to any wins.

Bonus Features:

There are no bonus or additional features in the Ace of Spades game. Here is a breakdown of symbol combinations and their value:

1 “Four Leaf Clover” – 1 coin = 2x the bet – 2 coins = 4x the bet – 3 coins = 6x the bet

2 “Four Leaf Clover” symbols - 1 coin = 5x the bet – 2 coins = 10x the bet – 3 coins = 15x the bet

Any 3 “Face Card” symbols - 1 coin = 5x the bet – 2 coins = 10x the bet – 3 coins = 15x the bet

3 “Four Leaf Clover” symbols – 1 coin = 10x the bet – 2 coins = 20x the bet – 3 coins = 30x the bet

3 “Jack” symbols - 1 coin = 10x the bet – 2 coins = 20x the bet – 3 coins = 30x the bet

3 “Queen” symbols -1 coin = 25x the bet – 2 coins = 50x the bet – 3 coins = 75x the bet

3 “King” symbols - 1 coin = 40x the bet – 2 coins = 80x the bet – 3 coins = 120x the bet

3 “Crown” symbols - 1 coin = 80x the bet – 2 coins = 160x the bet – 3 coins = 240x the bet

3 “Spade” symbols - 1 coin = 800x the bet – 2 coins = 1600x the bet – 3 coins = 2500x the bet


Ace of Spades is as traditional as roast beef in England, paella in Spain or onion soup in France. To be more precise, Ace of Spades is as traditional as a slots game in a pub or a bar in the 1970s or 80s. The problem with this is we’re not in the 1970s or 80s and people are expecting much more from their slots game now because the means exist to allow it. No free spins or bonuses just don’t cut it nowadays and I suspect that even someone who considers themselves a slots traditionalist might want something a little more engaging than this. The house edge is a little higher than we would like, which, along with everything else I’ve mentioned, is why I would not recommend this game.

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