Aces & Faces Poker

Aces & Faces Poker

Aces and Faces is a video poker game from Microgaming that looks just like the Jacks or Better game but has a significant difference. The difference is in the payout for the Four of a Kind hand: it is way higher than in other video poker games, including Jacks or Better. The game has a great player-friendly interface with the paytable showing right on the game screen. There are no wild cards in this game; you use only a standard 52-card deck. The minimum and maximum bets in Aces and Eights are £1.25 and £25 respectively.

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Aces & Faces Poker Review

  • Software Provider: Microgaming
  • Game Type: Video Poker

The interesting element in Aces and Faces is the payout table: the standard poker winning hands are listed here, but there are also a couple of additional winning hands that you can use - Four 2s through 10s and Four Jacks, Queens, Kings. The other hands are the same: Jacks or Better, 2 Pair, 3 of a Kind, Flush, Full House, Straight Flush, Four Aces, and Royal Flush.

Place your bets by adjusting the bet value using the -' and '+' options. Once the bet is placed click the Deal button to get a hand of 5 cards. Hold the cards you want and click Draw to replace the remaining cards and form your final hand. You get paid on the strength of your hand. There is a significantly high payout for a hand of Four Jacks, Queens, Kings. Betting maximum and hitting a Royal Flush gives you a 4000-coin jackpot. You can also use the Gamble feature to double your wins or lose it for every hand you win. All you have to do is get a card that is of higher value than the open card that you see in the hand dealt when you click the Gamble button. If you pull the right card you can continue gambling till you reach the maximum limit or simply collect your winnings to get back to the game.

Review Details

  • Review of: MicrogamingAces & Faces Poker
  • Rating: 3.8/5
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  • Review Date: May 22, 2017
  • Last Updated: April 24, 2020