Aces & Eights Video Poker
Aces & Eights Video Poker Highlights
Aces and Eights by 3Dice Casino is the mother of all poker multiples with payouts of up 80:1 for Four-of-a-Kind (highest payouts, of course, for Aces and 8s).
You’ll also be paid handsomely for four 7s and, of course, the Royal Flush is the highest, starting at 250:1 with a one-coin game.
While the pay tables and payouts differ in each of the 3Dice video pokers, the stakes are pretty consistent.
In the classic Aces & Eights version, you’ll stake from one to five coins each game, and those coins are worth anywhere from $.10 to $2.00 each (minimum, then, would be $.10 and max would be $10.00).
In the Aces and Eights Multi-Hand version, you can wager from $.05 to $2.00 per hand, and your betting spread is from $.25 to $10.00 per game.
This doesn’t mean the number of hands you can play at one time is limited; it just means that as you increase your hands from the minimum of 5 to the maximum of 50, the amount you can bet on each individual hand will decrease.
Playing Aces and Eights.
If you’re wondering how to play Aces and Eights, don’t worry-it’s just like how you play any video poker. You’ll be dealt five cards initially, and then you’ll choose which of those five cards you’d like to hold (if any).
You’ll draw again in hopes your “non-held” cards are replaced with something better, preferably “Jacks or Better”…or better.
Luckily, 3Dice Casino has an extensive “How to Play Video Poker” section with drop down menus the feature every video poker game in their arsenal (which is a lot).
Aces and Eights Double Up Feature (Single-hand games only).
There’s more than one way to make money at Aces and Eights, and it doesn’t always have to be with a poker hand. When you have a hand that earns you a spot on the pay table, you have the opportunity to “gamble”, as they say in the slots.
By playing the Aces and Eights Double Up feature, all you need to do is guess which mystery card is larger than the show card and your winnings will be doubled. Keep playing, and that one winning hand can keep on earning more and more cash. Don’t be too greedy, though-one wrong move and it could all be gone.
Aces and Eights Pay Table.
One glance at the classic Aces and Eights pay table, and it’s easy to see what the really big winner is-Royal Flush (no surprise there).
Of course, as mentioned above, Four Aces, Four Eights, and Four Sevens are special combinations that warrant their own special payout-but, even with the name of the game in lights, the 400 coin payout doesn’t hold a candle to the Royal Flush 4,000 coin win.
On the multi-hand game, payouts will depend on what your stake is. Luckily, the pay table will take care of all of your math for you. It’s important to note that the number of hands played will not change your payout amounts-just the amount played per hand.
Royal Flush pays out 800:1; Four Aces or Eights pays out 80:1. You’ll get the same 1:1 odds for Jacks or Better. The rest of the pay table is front and center in the game.
This version of Aces and Eights is available only at 3Dice Casino.