Aces and Eights 52-Hand Video Poker
Aces and Eights 52-Hand Video Poker Highlights
Aces, Eights and Sevens is a challenging game that requires just a little thought for optimum play. There are no wild cards in this game but high payouts are set for special combinations of four a kind Aces and Eights, four of a kind Sevens and four of a kind all others.
The rate table starts with a pair of Jacks or better, two pair, straight, flush, full house, four of a kind other, four of a kind Sevens, four of a kind Aces and Eights, straight flush, Royal Flush.
A deck of 52 cards is used and the deck is reshuffled each hand. You can bet from 1 to 5 coins per hand and you have 5 coin denominations to choose from: 1¢, 5¢, 25¢, 50¢, and $1. The best payout is playing max bet.
A fifty-two hand grid is used in this version of Aces and Eights Video Poker. You are dealt 5 cards face up. Only the bottom hand displays the starting cards. Hold or discard as many cards as you want to make the highest paying combination.
Each hand uses a separate 52 card deck and each hand contains the same held cards as the bottom line hand. Draw to be dealt the remaining cards to each hand from their separate decks. The highest combination is paid out on each hand.