Casinos offer Video Poker machines with a full range of denominations, from 1c to $100 (or more) and allow wagers of 1 to 25 or more couns per hand played.
The most common denominations in our sytem are $0.25 and $1 (see current data here.).
Players can often choose the Video Poker game they want at the per-hand bet they are comfortable with. By controlling the speed they play (a competent video poker player can play 800 hands or more per hour), a competent Video Poker player may have a total coin-in (action) of more then $100,000 per hour, thereby generating considerable "comps" (casinos comp players in proportion to the total amount wagered-- the coin-in for Video Poker)
All of this means that unlike many other casino games, Video Poker offers high returns and potentially high comp rates for a wide range of bet sizes. For example on a $1 100-play machine, one can often get the same odds betting $5 or $500. Good Video poker is also available at good EV with wagers as small as $0.05! Since play is very fast, comps can add up quickly.