Aces and Faces Pays for Aces!
Aces and Faces is a video poker version that pays off bigger rewards when four aces are hit. The game has a decent 99.3% payback. If you like the thrill of catching aces, check out Aces and Faces at Europa Casino!
BVS Video Poker
BVS Video Poker 1.4 is a well-engineered and enjoyable software package that simulates video poker gambling machines. It features the most commonly found machines in casinos: Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, Joker Poker, and along with many variations. Over 40 games are provided. BVS Video Poker trains you how to use the best long-term strategies when playing video poker by alerting you when you make a mistake. You can also analyze any hand to find the best choice. The software has plenty of features and is reasonably priced.
Video Poker in the News
WinADay.com Launches New Video Poker Game
Thursday, September 24, 2009
WinADay.com has launched another one-of-a-kind video poker game making nine unique slot machines and video poker games at the three dimensional online casino site operated by Slotland.com
Illinois Gaming Opponents Protest Video Poker Legalization
Video poker machines could be flooding the nearest neighborhood taverns after the Illinois General Assembly voted to legalize them last week. However, that has not stopped concerned citizens from voicing their protest against the expansion of gambling in Illinois.
Video Poker Legalized by Illinois Senate
The state Senate overwhelmingly voted Wednesday to legalize video poker, boost liquor taxes and allow lottery wagering over the Internet to help support a $26 billion statewide construction package that is expected to reach Gov. Quinn's desk.
Jean Scott's Frugal Video Poker Book Just Released
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
One of our favorite authors, and a regular contributor or ReadyBetGo, Jean Scott has released a much anticipated how-to book for video poker fans. The book is a comprehensive look at how to practice, play and win at one of gambling's most popular games.
North Carolina Bans Video Poker
Gov. Mike Easley signed a bill Tuesday that bans all video poker machines in the state by July 2007. Law enforcement officials hope the legislation will deal a fatal hand to video poker gaming, while owners of registered machines say they were unfairly targeted.
Video Poker to Fold in North Carolina
Jim Black plans to propose a phase-out of video poker in North Carolina, a reversal from his longtime role as the industry's defender and likely the death knell for the gambling machines.
Judge Wont Reconsider Video Poker Ruling in North Carolina
Saturday, January 07, 2006
Richland County Master-In-Equity Joseph Strickland won't reconsider his Dec. 13 ruling that video poker is legal on the Catawba Indian reservation in York County. Attorney General says he will appeal to state Supreme Court
Video Poker for Mac Users added to Maconlinepoker.com
Friday, December 23, 2005
Video poker games for Mac and iMac users are now available online at MacOnlinePoker.com. The software plays right in the user's web browser, so there is nothing to download or install. Also available for Macintosh users are blackjack, slot machines, roulette, and many more casino games.
Lottery Forces Out Video Poker
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
The North Carolina governor wants to ban video poker to make room for the state lottery. Is he doing it for the children, or solidifying the state's monopoly?