SUPER ACES BONUS VIDEO POKER STRATEGY

The next video poker variation is also very similar to basic ‘Bonus Poker‘ with one big exception—four Aces pays a whopping 2000 coins with max bet! Payout for the other Four of a Kind hands and the Straight Flush is also higher than basic ‘Bonus Poker‘. The most player-friendly pay table available returns 99.9%. The most common paytable—and the one we’ll examine here—offers a 98.8% return. This is the first of two ‘Aces‘ themed Bonus Poker games—in the next article we’ll look atRoyal Aces Bonus Poker. Both ‘Aces‘ themed Bonus Poker games are found in the popular ‘Game King’ multi-game machines at land-based casinos as well as many online sites.

SUPER ACES BONUS VIDEO POKER

The basic premise of all of the ‘Bonus Poker‘ variations is that a player receives a ‘bonus‘ for certain four of a kind draws. The difference between the many variations of ‘Bonus Poker‘ is the specific rules governing these bonuses. In this game, the highlight is the high 4 Aces jackpot along with the higher than usual payouts on the other 4K hands and the Straight Flush. But as you’ve no doubt guessed by now the higher bonus for four of a kind hands means that the lower hands pay less than on a ‘full payJacks or Better machine. Using the most ‘player friendly‘ paytable this game will return 99.9% with perfect play. The most common pay table is reproduced below and returns 98.8% with perfect play.

Let’s take a look at the Super Aces Bonus Video Poker pay table:

SUPER ACES BONUS POKER PAY TABLE

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1

Exclusive Bonus

100% UP TO

$3000

Players Accepted

2

200% up to

$2,000

Players Accepted

3

100% up to

$100

Players Accepted

SUPER ACES BONUS VIDEO POKER STRATEGY

The strategy for Bonus Poker is pretty easy to assimilate. It’s similar to basic ‘Jacks or Better‘ except it seeks to minimize the ‘lower paying‘ hands while giving a player a better opportunity to hit the 4K bonuses. One of the harder things for me to get used to playing bonus poker was holding the ‘Ace‘ when given a choice between high cards. In traditional JoB you’re discouraged from holding the Ace in that situation since it reduces the chance of drawing to a straight or straight flush.

  • Royal Flush
  • Straight Flush
  • Any Four of a Kind
  • 3 Aces
  • 4 to a Royal Flush
  • Full House
  • Flush
  • Straight
  • 3 of a Kind (2-K)
  • 4 to a Straight Flush
  • Pair of Aces
  • Two Pair
  • High Pair
  • 3 to a Royal Flush
  • 4 to a Flush
  • KQJ10 Unsuited
  • Low pair
  • 4 to an outside straight
  • 3 to a straight flush
  • AKQJ Unsuited
  • 4 to an inside straight w/ three high cards
  • Unsuited JQK
  • Unsuited JQ
  • KQ, KJ Unsuited
  • J10 Suited
  • AK, AQ, AJ Unsuited
  • Ace
  • KT, QT Suited
  • Jack, King or Queen
  • Discard Everything

FINAL NOTE ABOUT STRATEGY

This strategy is similar to the basic ‘Bonus Poker‘ but not identical. The larger four of a kind bonuses mean that the strategy pursues those hands more aggressively. When in doubt, go for the ‘quads‘–if you’re not hitting the quads this game will ‘grind you outvery quickly!