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Aces and Faces Video Poker
If you like "Jacks or Better" you will love "Aces and Faces" video poker game!
Video poker has become one of the most popular casino games that is played online. Video poker has given players many hours of profitable fun.
How to play Aces and Faces Video Poker
"Aces and Faces" starts out with the regular 52 card deck and the player is dealt 5 cards just as in any other type of video poker game. Once the player is dealt the 5 cards, they have the option to hold any and all cards and discard any cards they do not wish to keep. As long as by the second deal, the player has 5 cards again, then he is ready to play Aces and Faces.
As with any type of poker, the highest cards and payouts are always four of a Kind Aces, four of kind face cards and four of kind deuces.
Your first and foremost step in playing Aces and Faces is to place your bet or wager. Then you will be dealt your five cards to decide whether you want to hold or discard.
Once you have completed your hand, the slot machine will tally to see if your hand wins a payout. If your hand does not, the game is then stopped and can accept the original bet, or opt to go for the double. If the player goes for the double, the dealer will then pick a card facing up and the player will select a card that is facing down out of four cards. The object is for the player to pick a higher card than what the dealer has. If the dealer and the player tie, then the player has the option to either collect his winning, or repeat the same play again.
Aces and Faces Video Poker Strategy
The main strategy to "Aces and Faces" video poker is to gear towards getting hands that have four of a kind aces and face hands. Never break up your playing hand in order to get a royal flush unless you only need one card to complete!
Aces and Faces hands you should hold:
- 4 cards to a royal flush
- 4 cards to a straight flush
- 3 cards to a royal flush
- 4 cards to a flush
- Any pair under a Jack
- 4 cards to an outside straight
- 2 suited high cards
- 3 cards to a straight flush
- 2 unsuited high cards (if more than 2 choose the 2 lower ones).
- Suited high cards 10-J, 10-Q, 10-K
- A Jacks or Better
As you can see your strategy should always be getting a Jacks or Better or a five card draw. A pair of Jacks is needed to get a pay out or win. You have options at times to make a better hand, by discarding cards that really have no relevance to the game. Always keep aces if you have more than one. A pair of aces always qualifies a win.
"Aces and Faces" video poker is a fun fast learning casino game that keeps all of us video poker players satisfied and winning!