All Aces or Super Aces Video Poker

by Gayle Mitchell

Whether it is All Aces online or Super Aces at land-based casinos, this game is big news for Video Poker players--the payout for Four Aces leaps to 2000 credits.

The beauty of this payout is that no fifth card is required, unlike Double Double Bonus where a 2, 3 or 4 must be in place.
It is hard to believe, but let me repeat, four Aces pays 2000 coins and the fifth card does not matter with All Aces.

The super payoff for 4 Aces occurs approx. every 4200 hands, thereby producing a ½ Royal win of 2000 coins at a rate of almost 10 times more than a Royal Flush.
Additionally, All Aces is another VP version that offers a higher payout for the much-ignored straight flush by upping the payout slightly from 250 to 300.
Four 2’s, 3’s and 4’s, pays 400. 

With this game, online VP players can reap the benefits with this VP version from Microgaming available in single, 10 hand and 50 hand versions. 

The full-pay version of 8/5 (1 coin payout of 8 coins for a full house and 5 coins for a flush) returns 99.8 percent with optimum strategy and maximum coin in play.
More likely in land-based casinos, you will find the 7/5 paytable which reduces the 1 coin payout for a full house to 7. This version returns 98.7%.
7/5, noted in bold below refers to a 7 coin return for a full-house when betting one-coin and 5 coin return for a flush. Therefore, max coin return of 35 and 25

However, online play for this version increases the overall payout to 99.92%.
Why the bump? Because this All Aces version pays 500 for four 2’s, 3’s and 4’s rather than 400. 

Generally, these ‘super’ versions are found as a game selection on the multi-line, triple play machines.
I have provided a 7/5 Super Aces pay-schedule illustration below for Learn to Play Video Poker program.

Pay Schedule: All Aces or Super Aces Video Poker 7/5
Pair--Jacks or Better
Two pair (2 PR)
Three-of-a-kind (3/kind)
Straight (ST)
Flush (FL)=5
Full House (FH)=7
Four-of-a-kind 5-Ks
Four-of-a-kind 2 3 or 4s
Four Aces
Straight Flush (SF)
Royal Flush (RF)

max coin return
5 coins
5 coins
15 coins
20 coins
25 coins
35 coins
250 coins
400 coins
2000 coins
300 coins
4000 coins

Strategy: of course, you are always on the lookout for a pair or three Aces to hold awaiting the ‘big strike’. This game is all about the Aces.

  • It is best to hold only the Ace if 1 of the other cards is not suited.  Example: Aceclubs, Kinghearts, 7spades, 3clubs, 5diamonds. 
  • Similarly, hold only the Ace if 2 of the other cards is not suited.
    Example: Aceclubs, Kinghearts, Jackspades, 7spades, 3 clubs. 
  • It’s not worth the measly payout for a full-house of 35 coins to save two pair when one of the pairs is Aces. 
  • Keep a watchful eye on straight flush possibilities that come your way for a 300 coin reward. 

As mentioned, Super Aces is found at multi-line machines so three Aces held give you three chances at a nice payday.
In one video poker session, I was profitably surprised to be dealt four Aces multiplied by three that resulted in a 6000 coin payout.

BTW, I have a Super Aces tale that will lead you to ask, as I did, ‘what are the long odds on this happening?’
I noticed a player who had a 6000 payout in front of her, but she had only held three Aces and had not been dealt four Aces.
Think about that, all three hands produced a fourth ace on discard!
I entertain my VP friends with this great payoff story.

May all your VP choices turn out to be ‘Royalty’ (or 1/2 Royals in the case of Super Aces).

All Aces-Super Aces Video Poker is followed by Super Double VP
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