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Video Poker – Five Aces Review

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Overview

Five Aces is a Video Poker game that is based on Jacks or Better. As the name implies, Five Aces adds an extra Ace card to the deck. This Ace doesn’t have a suit so can’t help with any hand that requires a suit, but can help make pairs, 3 of a Kinds, 4 of a Kinds, Straights, Full Houses and allows for 5 of a Kind.

Only we’ve only ever encountered Five Aces at casinos using GamesOS software.

As with all Video Poker games, it’s important to learn to use the correct strategy when playing Five Aces to make sure that playing costs you as little as possible. As such we’d strongly recommend that you use our Five Aces Strategy Trainer. The strategy trainer will let you play the hand and tell you if you played correctly. If you didn’t it will tell you the correct play and how much your mistake cost you. It also records your accuracy over your entire playing session and you can save your results to your account (if you’re logged in) so you can tell how you’re progressing. You can also modify the paytable of the strategy trainer so that you learn the correct strategy for the version of the Five Aces you’re going to be playing.

Below we’ve included the 5 coin paytables and House Edge for the Five Aces games that we’ve found online;

GamesOS 5 coins
Five Aces 6000 coins
Royal Flush 4000 coins
Straight Flush 500 coins
4 of a Kind As 400 coins
4 of a Kind 2-4s 200 coins
4 of a Kind As Other 125 coins
Full House 45 coins
Flush 25 coins
Straight 20 coins
3 of a Kind 15 coins
2 Pairs 5 coins
House Edge 2.95%

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