Aces & Faces
Aces & Faces is a video poker game which is based on 8/5 Jacks or Better. It has an increased payout for 4 of a kind with Ace & Face cards. It is an easy to play, cool, standard video poker game suitable for all kinds of players. The aim of this game is to beat the machine (by securing a better and obviously more valuable hand than it draws). There are no wild cards and the maximum payout is 4,000 coins
Face the Ace
This game is an adaptation of the Gigamic board game Quarto, using a standard deck of cards instead of a board and pieces. It is very similar to Greg Morrison’s Set Quarto, which is an adaptation of Quarto played with Set cards.
Are you in for a Royal Flush!
Rules & Strategy
- Aces and Faces Video Poker is played with a with a standard deck of 52 cards. Five cards are dealt in the first hand. Hold as many cards as you want to build the strongest hand. The remaining cards will be discarded and replaced with new ones from the same playing deck.
- The payoff on this game are tied to combinations of face cards and aces starting with a pair of Jacks and has higher payouts for 4 of a kind combinations in Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks. There are no wild cards in the game.
- A lower payout is set for pairs, straights and flushes with higher payouts given to 4 of a kind combinations so you should look toward any 4 of a kind but the Aces and Faces carry the most payout.
- Never break up a dealt paying hand unless you have four of the five cards for a Royal Flush
- If you aren’t dealt a paying hand, check the list of ranked possible combinations listed below and use the one that will produce the highest result.
- Four of a kind, straight flush, royal flush
- Four cards to a royal flush
- Three of a kind, straight, flush, full house
- Four cards to a straight flush
- Two pair
- High pair (Jack or better)
- Three cards to a royal flush
- Four cards to a flush
- Low pair
- Four cards to an outside straight
- Two suited high cards
- Three cards to a straight flush
- Two unsuited high cards (more than two, use lowest)
- Suited high cards 10-J, 10-Q, 10-K
- Jack or better
- Discard all dealt cards
The Payout Table
How to Play/Guidelines
- Face cards are all Jacks, Queens and Kings. There are no wild cards. You are dealt five cards in the first hand. When you receive your first hand, choose the cards to hold or discard. The cards you discard are replaced with new ones from the deck.
- The objective is to complete the cards game with the strongest hand. The payout is dependent on the value of the hand you are holding.
- If you win your hand, you can increase your winnings by participating in a doubling phase.
4-Line Aces and Faces Poker
- The object of 4-Line Aces & Faces is to obtain a five-card poker hand that contains a winning combination. It differs from original Aces & Faces, since it has four lines of cards. Each line uses a different deck of cards. Each line is treated as a separate hand for the determination of any wins.
- The better your hand, the bigger the payout. You choose how many and which of your cards are to be replaced. You may replace your cards only once.
Aces and Faces Double up Feature (Single-hand games only)
Every Aces and Faces win is eligible for the Double Up round, a separate side game where you have the opportunity to double (and keep on doubling) your winnings. To win, all you need to do is correctly guess which of the unrevealed cards is higher than the show card. Just remember, this is a gamble feature—if you don’t win, you lose it all.
Aces and Faces Pay Table
Multi-Hand Aces and Faces has an adjustable pay table that changes depending on your wager; it will show you your exact winnings, not just a number of coins won. For instance, a Royal Flush won with a $.10 stake will pay out $80. The same win with a $1.00 stake will pay $800 (here, of course, the odds are 800 to 1).