CryptoSlots Launches 'Aces and Faces' Video Poker Game

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Cryptocurrency specialist casino CryptoSlots announced this week that it has launched a new video poker game with 'Aces and Faces', which promises higher payouts than other versions of the game.

The new game has a generic video poker look and feel to it, but does manage to allow punters to play up to five hands at a time. The game allows for wagers as small as $0.10 or as large as $125 per hand. The game can be played on mobile and desktop devices, and is exclusive to CryptoSlots.

CryptoSlots is a U.S.-friendly online betting site that allows punters to deposit using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Once funds are deposited, they're converted to dollars and games can be played. Funds are again converted from dollars to cryptocurrency when they're withdrawn from the site. CryptoSlots is a sister site to Slotland and WinADay Casino, and they have their own proprietary games dotting the library.

The game is available for play now, and you only need an email address to register. We consider CryptoSlots to be a good casino to play at, and we recommend it to American players who want to use cryptocurrencies to bet online.

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30 November 2018 - 2:28pm
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Yeah..I've played at that once or twice...it definitely looks more promising in terms of payouts to the average VPr's out there..it's about time this kind of games to be made more competitive as well...that would increase the number of players who'd be interested in VP'r games I think.