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Jacks or Better Poker is an online video poker game that is available here at Casino-Mate online casino.

Jacks or better Poker is a very basic version of online poker. This version does not have any wild cards and is played with a 52 card deck. There are also no jokers in Jacks or Better Poker.

Jacks or Better Poker: How to Play

Jacks or Better Poker is played on a video poker machine much like the ones used to play video pokies. This version of online poker is played only against the dealer. Normally the game will only play one hand at a time but there are other versions of the game that allow players to play 4, 10, 50 and 100 hands simultaneously.

The game commences much like most other online casino games, with an ante bet. To place this bet you need to select a coin size and the number of coins you intend to wager in the hand.

Once the wagering is completed the player clicks the Deal Button. The dealer deals five cards. When the cards are revealed you have the option to hold cards and discard the ones you do not want to play. To hold the cards, you simply click on the card and clicking the card again will unhold them. When you are done selecting the cards, click the Deal button again to discard the "unheld" cards. The discarded cards are replaced by new cards. This is now the final hand.

If the hand qualifies for a win it is paid out according to the payouts displayed on the paytable. To get the jackpot win players need to be paying the maximum number of coins per hand. The game has a gamble feature that is activated automatically after every win. This feature allows players to wager their win in an attempt to double it. The gamble feature involves selecting one card from four face down cards and hoping it has a higher value than the displayed card. When you feel you have won enough you can click the "collect" button and your wins are added to your bankroll.


Game Information
Theme: Table Game Game Type: Video Poker
Jackpot: 16 000 Coins Number of Paylines: 20
Number of Card Decks: 1 Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Cards
Player Level: All Wild Card: No
Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Cards Progressive: No

Jacks or Better 10 Play Power Poker: How to Play

Play ten hands of Jacks or better Power Poker in one round. The game is played using the same rules as the classic Jacks or Better video poker. Even the paytables are the same. The only modification in this game is that players can now wager on up to ten hands in one play. This results in faster game play.

The size of the bet per play is determined by multiplying the bet per hand by the number of hands played. Players play with the main hand which is in the foreground on the display. All other hands are in the background. Any action that is taken on the main hand is copied to the other hands.

Players receive 5 cards when they begin to play. They can choose to hold any of the cards in their main hand. Cards that are held are copied on to all the other hands including the position of the cards. The rest of the cards are discarded and replaced by new cards making up the final hand.

The game has an Auto hold feature that can be used by players. This feature in Jacks or Better 10 Play Power Poker lets the game choose the most beneficial cards to hold.

Jacks or Better 10 Play Power Poker is played against the dealer only so it is relatively easy to win. Hands in the game are valued in the traditional way that all poker hands are valued. The payouts for each hand are clearly displayed on the paytable. The total winnings per play are found by multiplying the bet per hand by the number of winning hands. It is possible to win multiple jackpots simultaneously in this game.

The player can choose to double their win by playing the gamble game, which can be played a maximum of four times per playing session.


Game Information
Theme: Table Game Game Type: Video Poker
Jackpot: 4 000 coins Maximum Gamble Amount: 10 000 Credits
Number of Card Decks: 1 per Hand Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Cards
Player Level: Intermediate Wild Card: No
Number of Coins: 1 - 5 Progressive: No

Jacks or Better 50 Play Power Poker: How to Play

You have the option to play up to fifty hands of Jacks or Better Poker in a single play. The hands in Jacks or Better 50 Play Power Poker are 5 card hands. Each of the fifty hands is played from an individual and separate deck of cards, which contains 52 cards. The game has no jokers or wilds.
To begin playing you are required to select your desired coin size. After this you need to select the number of coins that you want to play per hand. Your final bet is applied to all the hands that you are playing. The first five card hands are dealt by clicking the Deal button. You play the hand that is largely displayed on the screen. Whatever you do on this hand is replicated on all the other hands. The cards that you choose to hold in your main hand are copied on to all the other hands. After selecting the cards you intend to hold the remaining cards are thrown away and new cards appear to create your final hand. You have an option to choose the Auto Hold setting. This setting will automatically hold the best cards in your hand.


Game Information
Theme: Table Game Game Type: Video Poker
Jackpot: 4 000 coins 2nd Highest Payout: 1 000 Coins
Number of Card Decks: 1 per Hand Player Level: Intermediate - Expert
Number of Hands: 50 Wild Card: No
Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Progressive: No

Jacks or Better 50 Play Power Poker: Winning Payouts

The lowest paying hand in Jacks or Better 50 Play Power Poker is a pair of Jacks. Winning hands and the payouts are displayed in the paytable. The online video poker game allows players to win up to fifty hands simultaneously. The size of the wins is determined by the initial bet. To get the jackpot wins players need to be playing the maximum number of coins.

Get double or nothing in the rewarding gamble feature. Chose a card that has a value greater than the displayed card and double your win instantly.

Jacks or Better 100 Play Power Poker: How to Play

The game is played with standard 52 card decks. Individual hands are all played with a distinct and separate bet. This does not mean that you will have to make a hundred individual bets. All you need to do is to select your desired coin size and number of coins you want to play per hand. This bet is applied to all the hands that you are playing.

When the wager is placed your 100 hands with five cards each will be dealt. No, you do not have to play each of the hands individually! That could take forever and keeping track of each hand would require the mental skills of a rocket scientist. You play only the hand that is larger than the rest, commonly referred to as the main hand. You choose which of the cards you want to hold and discard in the main hand. There is an option to let the game decide which the best cards to hold are. The cards you chose to hold are transferred to all the other hands including their positions. When the cards are replaced in the main hand then the remaining cards in the other 99 hands are revealed.

Each hand carries its own win in Jacks or Better 100 Play Power Poker. The pay table that is displayed has all the paying combinations detailed along with the size of the payout. The total payout per hand is governed by bet per hand. Play the maximum number of coins and stand a chance to win several jackpots in one play.

You can gamble your win in the double or nothing game. To win you will need to select one card from four downward.


Game Information
Theme: Table Game Game Type: Video Poker
Jackpot: 4 000 coins 2nd Highest Payout: 1 000 Coins
Number of Card Decks: 1 per Hand Player Level: Intermediate - Expert
Number of Hands: 100 Wild Card: No
Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Progressive: No

Jacks or Better Level Up Poker: How to Play

The game is still played with a 52 card deck and each hand is dealt with five cards. You are still required to select a desired coin size and the number of coins you want to play per hand. At this stage you will encounter the difference. You will be required to pay four times your bet. This is because you may end up playing four hands of poker in a single game.

The video poker game begins in the same way as the classic game with five cards being dealt. You choose which cards to hold and which to discard. Once the discarded cards are replaced, if you managed to form a winning hand, you will be credited with the winnings but the game does not end there. You move to the next level.

In the next level you play the game just as you did in the base game. The cards are drawn, you hold the ones you want and discard the ones you do not want. However, the difference is that wins in this level are double the displayed payout. You move on to the next level. The same game play is maintained but the wins in third round are quadruple the displayed payouts. A winning hand in the third round will result in progression to the fourth and final round. In the fourth level cards are dealt and you choose which to hold and which you want replaced. A winning hand in the fourth round pays x8 the amount in the paytable.

While playing Jacks or Better Level Up Poker at Casino-Mate online casino you may be randomly awarded a "Free ride Card". This card will move you to the next level even if you fail to get a winning combination in that hand. You will also be offered the chance to play the gamble game at the end of each level with a winning combination. This will give you the chance to double your winnings if you manage to win, however, you’ll forfeit your winning if you lose.


Game Information
Theme: Table Game Game Type: Video Poker
Jackpot: 4 000 coins 2nd Highest Payout: 1 000 Coins
Number of Card Decks: 1 per Hand Player Level: Intermediate - Expert
Number of Hands: 4 Hands ( 1 Hand per Level) Wild Card: No
Number of Cards per Deck: 52 Progressive: No

Jacks or Better Power Poker Gameplay

This version of the classic poker game allows players to play several hands simultaneously but from different decks. There are several versions of this game, some allowing players to play up to 100 hands in one play. The size of each of the decks is maintained at 52 cards.

The game begins in the same way that the classic game begins. Players select a coin size to play with and the number of coins to play per bet. The difference is that they now need to select the number of hands to play. The final size of the bet per play is the bet per hand multiplied by the number of hands played.

The hands are then dealt. There is one main hand and the other hands are in the background. Players can hold cards they feel are likely to lead to a win. The cards that are not held are discarded and a new set of cards are dealt. This is the final hand. Players can also opt to use the Auto hold feature. This feature allows the game to choose the best cards to hold for the player.

Winning with Jacks or Better

When players decide which cards to hold in the main hand all other hands are modified to be identical to the main hand. For example if a player holds a King on position one and another King on position four then all the cards on position one and four in the other hands become Kings. After the redeal the winning hands are paid. The payouts are indicated in the paytable. Players can win several times in one hand and the wins are multiplied by the bet per hand.

Players have the option of playing a bonus game after they win their hands. This is a gamble game where the player wagers their win in an effort to double it.

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