"ACES" IS THE Answer TO THE FOLLOWING CROSSWORDS

  1. Big diamonds, maybe
  2. Big clubs
  3. Gets up
  4. The best in slang
  5. Like stars
  6. Super-duper
  7. Crackerjack
  8. Breezes through, as a tes
  9. One-spots
  10. Provides service that can
  11. Tops off
  12. Bullets, in cards
  13. Makes a hole-in-one
  14. Does perfectly
  15. Whiz kids
  16. Components of good deals
  17. Hand helpers
  18. Fighter pilots
  19. Wonderful, in old slang
  20. Hotshots
  21. Top pilots
  22. The red baron and others
  23. Perfect tennis serves
  24. King beaters
  25. Serves well done
  26. Whizzes
  27. Top cards
  28. Part of a dead mans hand
  29. Not just passes
  30. Crackerjacks
  31. Cards sometimes hidden up sleeves
  32. They're not returned
  33. Singles
  34. First-class, in slang
  35. Ones in suits?
  36. Sports winners
  37. Bullets, to bettors
  38. Hero war pilots
  39. Passes with flying colors
  40. Unreturned tennis serves
  41. Bullets, in poker
  42. High/low cards
  43. Holes in one area dry up
  44. High cards
  45. A very good pair
  46. Cards up one's sleeve?
  47. Hero aviators
  48. Golf rarities
  49. Star pitchers
  50. Links rarities
  51. Decorated pilots
  52. Reno's aaa baseball team
  53. Tennis statistic
  54. Passes easily
  55. They're part of a good de
  56. Bullets
  57. First-rate, slangily
  58. They're unreturnable
  59. They outrank kings
  60. Ideal serves
  61. They're good for tricks
  62. The best three in a three
  63. Masters
  64. Playing cards
  65. Court coups
  66. Great, in slang
  67. Terrific, in slang
  68. They're nonreturnable
  69. Regularly sacrificing pieces, as chess masters
  70. Sneaks one past
  71. Breezes (through)
  72. Experts
  73. They're worth 1 or 11 poi
  74. Air force heroes
  75. Bullets, in card slang
  76. They're worth 1 or 11 in
  77. Good blackjack holdings
  78. Top parts of suits
  79. Bullets, in texas hold'em
  80. Some 120 m.p.h. serves
  81. Pair in a dead man's hand
  82. Deck quartet
  83. Golf coups
  84. Strong hold'em holding
  85. Scores on a serve
  86. Poker holding
  87. Ones that may be high?
  88. First-rate
  89. Fabulous
  90. Experts eat cheese with holes in regularly
  91. Quick points
  92. Top guns
  93. Great, slangily
  94. Doesn't merely pass
  95. Top four
  96. One-spot cards
  97. Pitching whizzes
  98. Pitching staff leaders
  99. ''pocket rockets,'' in casinos
  100. Like nails
  101. Amidst place settings for experts
  102. Passes, and then some
  103. "dead man's hand" cards
  104. Does tremendously well on
  105. Non-returnable serves
  106. Highest parts of decks
  107. They often beat kings
  108. Handles with mastery
  109. They're good for your hands
  110. Dabs, caught in the sea, thrown back
  111. High cards in poker
  112. Prize-winning quartet, most likely
  113. "go-to-guys" on the pitching staff
  114. Las vegas wnba team, as of the 2018 season
  115. Ones that are champions
  116. One-spots, in cards
  117. Masters rare golfing feats
  118. Doesn't just pass
  119. Versatile blackjack holdings
  120. Unreturned serves
  121. May be one's winners
  122. Expert fliers - what they are put through, without pressure?
  123. Executes flawlessly
  124. They're often seen with kings and queens
  125. Tennis match stat
  126. Motorhead comp "all the ___"
  127. Versatile blackjack cards
  128. Ones in cards
  129. "neither fish ___ fowl"
  130. Top pitchers
  131. Far from fails
  132. They're unbeatable in war
  133. Unreturned tennis scores
  134. Outstanding head of social services — the best
  135. Trumps, perhaps
  136. Opening-day pitchers usually
  137. Unable to return them as they¿re important in pack
  138. Stars of rotations
  139. They count as one or 11
  140. Gets a perfect score on
  141. Valuable cards in 21
  142. Blackjack requirements
  143. Scores 100% on
  144. Best possible pair
  145. They may be split in vegas
  146. Top guns, in the air
  147. Blackjack cards
  148. Airborne war heroes
  149. Many legendary pilots
  150. ''easy __'' (old-time radio show)
  151. You may hold them in vegas
  152. Top pair in poker
  153. Ones that are non-returnable
  154. Crack pilots
  155. Untouchable tennis serves
  156. High poker cards
  157. "cloud hoppers"
  158. Hotshot pilots
  159. Super serves
  160. War pilots
  161. Top contestants' top shots
  162. Prized blackjack cards
  163. Ones put in place subsequently
  164. A case of top cards
  165. Experts break case
  166. Tennis stat
  167. Ones in decks
  168. Blackjack components
  169. They're high and low on cards
  170. Some federer serves
  171. You may see them split in reno
  172. They're worth 1 or 11 in blackjack
  173. Hardware chain stores
  174. They're part of a really good deal
  175. Valuable cards in blackjack
  176. They may be high or low
  177. They're more important than kings
  178. Tee shots into the hole
  179. Clubs to beat people with?
  180. They aren't returned
  181. Suit tops
  182. Champions of the pack
  183. Hot shots in cocktail case
  184. Highest poker pair
  185. Fifty such ones will get in a knot
  186. Deck tetrad
  187. Playing cards with single pips on their faces
  188. They may be split in casinos
  189. Scores quickly?
  190. Suit toppers
  191. Bullets in vegas
  192. Four in pack but fifty in shoes
  193. Bullets, in poker slang
  194. Powerful playing cards
  195. Poker "bullets"
  196. More than one great performer hurts when losing heart
  197. One may get dealt with 15 across
  198. Big diamonds?
  199. Certain diamonds
  200. They may give you the upper hand
  201. Doesn't come close to flunking
  202. Court winners
  203. Hold 'em holdings, sometimes
  204. Leaders of the pack?
  205. Seasoned experts
  206. Two will make deuce but from deuce can you make two?
  207. They were high for iron maiden
  208. Assets in poker
  209. Kings are lower than them
  210. They're brilliant cards
  211. Reason for the downfall of many kings?
  212. Air heroes
  213. U.s. open feats
  214. Everclear song about playing cards?
  215. Top playing cards
  216. One- or 11-pointers
  217. Serves superbly
  218. Air medal recipients
  219. Las vegas's wnba team
  220. Mavens
  221. Ones that have won
  222. Unusual case for playing-cards
  223. Gets 100% on
  224. Strong pair
  225. One's places at the end
  226. Nails it, say
  227. The go-to guys on staffs
  228. Tennis serves the receiver can't reach
  229. King toppers
  230. Big hearts?
  231. They're often included in good deals
  232. Experts regularly cut out pancreas
  233. King and queen toppers
  234. It's on the cards that each one will have won
  235. A foursome for poker?
  236. Highest playing cards
  237. Components of snake eyes
  238. High pair
  239. Case or cards
  240. Two fifths of a dead man's hand
  241. High-paid pitchers
  242. Big dogs in dogfights
  243. Highest deck quartet
  244. Best pair
  245. Yahtzee category
  246. Proven pros
  247. They may be one or eleven
  248. The best three in a three-of-a-kind
  249. Pocket rockets, at the poker table
  250. Highly regarded, so to speak
  251. Sails through
  252. Versatile cards in blackjack
  253. Deck's highest quartet
  254. A pair of these are called pocket rockets in hold'em
  255. Opens academic conference by finishing dispute with school masters?
  256. Vain song about top guns?
  257. Experts? they can be worth more than kings and queens
  258. They get shuffled around
  259. Four __ (probable winner)
  260. They count as one or eleven
  261. One-spot playing cards
  262. Passes audition w/flying colors
  263. Tops of suits
  264. Cy young award candidates, often
  265. Nails audition
  266. Top guns in industry
  267. Unbeatable cards in war
  268. Four of the best?
  269. Ones of a kind?
  270. Good pair
  271. Ones that could make men very dangerous
  272. The best, informally
  273. Some cards in the deck
  274. Singles in suits?
  275. The bomb dot com
  276. Dead man's hand pair
  277. Some war heroes
  278. Perfect serves
  279. Scores 90+ on
  280. Highest cards
  281. 'bullets' at the poker table
  282. Provides service that can't be beat?
  283. Successful fliers
  284. Vanquishers of kings
  285. Serves well
  286. Dogfight fighters
  287. They're better than kings and queens
  288. Good vegas holdings
  289. Nails, as a test
  290. Deck toppers
  291. Top poker cards
  292. Ideal pair
  293. They're often helping hands
  294. Quick points on the court
  295. Flying greats
  296. Good opening pair
  297. Great serves
  298. The masters, serves very well indeed
  299. Bullets in a deck
  300. It's on the cards that one has won with them, by the sound of it (4)
  301. Power poker pair
  302. Serves very well
  303. Blackjack needs
  304. Flexible cards in blackjack
  305. Expert pilots
  306. Top (or bottom) cards
  307. Not even archers can make holes in one
  308. 'pocket rockets,' in poker slang
  309. Experts in their field
  310. Hard-to-beat quartet
  311. They can be high or low
  312. Experts in cards
  313. What's "high" to maiden on "powerslave"
  314. Deck's highest foursome
  315. Pocket rockets, in poker
  316. Top pair, maybe
  317. Ones at the top of their game
  318. The most powerful pair?
  319. Great pair
  320. Strikeout stars
  321. Superb, in slang
  322. Golf video highlights
  323. Winning cards
  324. Good news in texas hold 'em
  325. A church has shortened services
  326. Box on a yahtzee score sheet
  327. They only receive single tokens in a pack
  328. Trick-takers, often
  329. Defeaters of kings
  330. Frehley and spades?
  331. Trick takers, usually
  332. Marchers ignoring the odds — points of no return?
  333. They are the ones in suits
  334. Kings' superiors
  335. Unreturnable serves
  336. High holdings
  337. One spots the experts
  338. Pair split in vegas
  339. Dogfight battlers
  340. Feels sore losing heart with the experts
  341. Top cards or people
  342. They're sometimes more important than kings
  343. Top mounds men
  344. Best poker pair
  345. Wallops from 52-down
  346. They might be found up sleeves
  347. Jet fighter heroes
  348. Rickenbacker et al
  349. Good cards
  350. Passes by a mile
  351. High poker pair
  352. Hero fighter pilots
  353. Gets no return
  354. Unretured serves
  355. Rare eagles
  356. Items up one's sleeve, maybe
  357. Blackjack elevens
  358. Pocket rockets in texas hold 'em
  359. Just fabulous
  360. High cards in bridge
  361. New case for experts
  362. Pilots with the right stuff
  363. One of the pairs in a dead man’s hand in poker
  364. Black-and-red quartet
  365. Powerful pair in poker
  366. Highest pair in texas hold’em
  367. Unreturned serves in tennis
  368. Unreturnable tennis serves
  369. High foursome in a deck of cards
  370. Winning serves
  371. Hotshot fighter pilots
  372. Opposite of bombs
  373. Killer serves
  374. Experts in disgrace sometimes
  375. Best pair in poker
  376. Fancy a match?
  377. Cards needed for blackjacks
  378. Terrific in dated slang
  379. Comes out on top in an exam e.g.
  380. Very good playing cards or baseball pitchers
  381. High pair in poker
  382. Pair that you often split when playing blackjack
  383. Top poker pair
  384. Commonly split pair in blackjack
  385. Flexible blackjack cards
  386. Highest cards in poker
  387. Some tennis winners
  388. Top gun pilots
  389. Useful cards in blackjack
  390. Cards in a deck which can beat the king in some games
  391. Go-to guys
  392. Two-way 21 cards
  393. Highest poker cards
  394. Pack foursome
  395. Stars in a rotation
  396. Perfect serves in tennis
  397. Highly paid pitchers typically
  398. High cards in the game of war
  399. Points of no return?
  400. Mlb all-star pitchers
  401. Top pair in many poker games
  402. Ones or elevens in cards
  403. Highest cards in bridge
  404. Men may be threatening withsuch ones as these.
  405. Each of them is one 3 down
  406. They're all one, the way one may have them dealt with
  407. The best ones are winning
  408. One's got to get them in a knot after fifty
  409. Ones may have won
  410. Pair that defeats kings
  411. Ones winners one's dealt with

Crosswords containing the word "ACES"

  1. Home of triple-a baseballs aces
  2. It's low for aces: abbr.
  3. King, aces and queen: enough for the rubber
  4. Player of the four aces
  5. Org. with aces and chips
  6. Service aces?
  7. Aces over eights, in poke
  8. Places for aces?
  9. Go straight to win big, aces not high
  10. Aces, sometimes