Aside from the upgraded pay table that allows payout for four Aces, four 2's, 3's, 4's, and four 5-K cards, this is Double Bonus Poker at its' best. The only downside to this game once again is the pay table itself. While you can wager a coin per play, the wins for a single coin pay are terrible compared to the 5 coin plays. Since the stakes start at a few cents up to 5 dollars per coin amount, you stand to win better if you add the full coin amount.
Start with the lowest coin denominations as this doesn't get in the way of the payout rules. The max coin level that is advanced will give the best results on that section of coins given for a win. Just wager and pick your cards. When you do win, you choose if you want to gamble that win or not. Be smart and pass on it if you have a higher amount than expected.