The Royal Flush is the top paying out hand in Aces and Eights
Another slight variation on traditional video poker, "Aces and Eights Video Poker" essentially plays the same way as a regular video poker game with no wilds -- the only difference in this game is that some huge payouts come with four of a kind aces, eights or sevens if playing max coins.
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Player first chooses the wager, expressed in terms of coins; remember that five coins must be paid to win max jackpots on special bonus hands (here, four-of-a-kind aces, eights or sevens).
Player is dealt five cards and, together with a draw of anywhere between zero and five cards, must form the best possible poker hand. Payouts are determined based on the hand made by the player and a pair of jacks or better is considered a winner.