Aces Faces 100 Play Video Poker Review
Score: 8.17 / 10

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Aces Faces 100 Play Video Poker Review

Aces and Faces, a video poker game that is created from the people at Microgaming, brings a new and interesting alternative into the video poker genre, in that it presents the player with the opportunity play one hundred hands of cards at once. The concept is called "100 Play Power Poker" and is something that serves as a major attraction for players toward the game itself.

Just as the name implies, "Aces and Faces" pays off the most on Aces and face cards, which are of course the Jack, Queen and King. It pays four Aces, for example, the most, then it pays four face cards at a lower level, and four of any other suit lower than that. Otherwise, the payout table bears a certain similarity to what you might find on any video poker game.

There are game options that can make things easier for the beginning player, such as the Autoplay function. And in "Expert" mode, one can order that five or ten hands be automatically dealt. Comprehensive game statistics are available as well, and you can take advantage of the option to adjust the speed according to four different levels: Slow, Medium, Fast and Fastest. Read Full Review

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What's Hot
  • Lots of ways to get paid with a good hand
  • A cool, new angle
  • Game stats and analytical tools available
  • Autoplay is available to different degrees
Not Too Hot
  • Graphics can make hands hard to see
  • 100 hands at a time only
  • Can be difficult to understand

Full Review - Aces Faces 100 Play Video Poker (8.17)

A standard deck of 52 cards is used for each of the "hands" that is represented in the game. There are no Jokers or wild cards.

The game proceeds as follows: When you bet, you are betting on a 100-hand basis, so that is what will show on the screen under "hands." You then click "Deal," which is in the bottom right-hand corner of the interface. There is a five-card hand dealt to you, at which point you make the decision on whether to hold or discard each of the cards. There is also an "Autohold" function available in "Game Options" that places the "hold" label on certain cards in accordance with a pre-programmed strategy that is purportedly mathematically sound.. As the player, you do not have to follow this strategy every time, but instead have the option of undoing it on individual cards at will.

Once you have made the decision on which cards are going to be held, the program deals out one hundred hands with the held cards in the same position. For example, if you held a pair of sevens, those sevens would stay in the same place on each of the hundred hands that are dealt out, and then each of the hands starts to spill out onto the screen. As they come out, the software identifies whether each of the hands constitutes a payout, so, for example, if a hand produces two pairs, it will "Two Pairs" underneath that individual hand. You will get paid accordingly, and obviously the objective is to start off with the best possible "common cards" to each hand, then get enough winning hands to offset the amount of money you have bet, which of course covers the 100-hand layout.

Aces Faces 100 Play Video Poker Game Information
Software Microgaming
Min. Bet 1
Max. Bet 125
Speed of Game Adjustable
Autoplay Yes

8.17 / 10
Overall Score 8.17
Software 9
Easy to Understand 7
Graphics & Sounds 6
Game Speed 9
Game Features 9
Fun Factor 9

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