Aces and Faces 100 Play Power Poker
Aces and Faces 100 Play Power Poker is a unique and exceptional game is sure to blow your mind – it is different from standard Video Poker insofar as you play one-hundred hands of cards at the same time as opposed to playing the regular one hand version in, for example, ‘Aces and Eights’. A complete deck of 52 cards is used for each hand. Take note that in this game there are no wild cards and the maximum payout is 4,000 coins. It has high payouts for combinations of four Aces or four Face cards. Face cards are all Jacks, Queens and Kings.
In terms of online Video Poker and the unique gambling experience, the aim of video poker is to have a great time and also obviously to win. Remember that in terms of actually playing you can decide which chip size/denomination you want to play with and this may differ from hand to hand. So for example, you may decide to spend 100 dollars playing with chips with a worth of one dollar each OR You may decide to spend 100 dollars playing with chips with a worth of 50 cents each. The choice is yours. By now you are probably wondering how much you can actually win on this game so have a close look at the payout table below:
Aces Faces 100 Play Power Poker Payout Table
|Coin 1||Coin 2||Coin 3||Coin 4||Coin 5|
|Four Jacks, Queens or Kings||40||80||120||160||200|
|Four 2’s through 10’s||25||50||75||100||125|
|Three of a Kind||3||6||9||12||15|
|Jacks or Better||1||2||3||4||5|
Example from Payout table:
- You select a 0.50 coin size and bet 5 coins per hand, your total bet amount is 0.50 credits x 5 coins x 50 hands = 125 total credits bet. A Straight hand pays out 20 coins. You are dealt four Straight hands. Therefore, you are paid 20 coins x 0.50 credits = 10 credits x 4 hands = 40 total credits won.
- You select a 0.50 coin size and bet 5 coins per hand, your total bet amount is 0.50 credits x 5 coins x 50 hands = 125 total credits bet. A Straight hand pays out 20 coins. You are dealt ten Straight hands. Therefore, you are paid 20 coins x 0.50 credits = 10 credits x 10 hands = 100 total credits won.