Pick up a payout with a hand of Jacks or Better video poker

Betsoft’s Jacks or Better isn’t really any different than any other Jacks or Better game, although it is remarkably cheap to play, something its rivals don’t have to their advantage. Jacks or Better is played with a 52-card deck, and the player is allowed to hold/switch card once per game.
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Jacks or Better game: Classic online video poker gameplay

You can’t really get a more uniform and typical video poker game than Jacks or Better, and Betsoft’s version is about as plain as they come. Without any real colourful backgrounds, Jacks or Better is a simple video slot game, offering honest Jacks or Better gameplay at cheap stakes, with decent payouts.

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Players have coin values of 0.02 up to 5.00 to contend with in this video poker game. Jacks or Better will permit a total of 5 coins per line to be staked if you wish. This gives the video poker title a minimum stake of only 0.02 per hand, or a maximum stake of 25.00 per game.

As might be expected with a video poker game, your objective is to build the best poker hand you can, without competing against either other human players or a dealer. Jacks or Better will pay out depending on what hand the player is holding. Jacks or Better is the lowest acceptable hand in the game, whilst a Two Pair, Three of a Kind, Straight, Flush, Full House, Four of a Kind, Straight Flush and a Royal Flush are paying hands in this Betsoft release.

If this game could be criticised in any area, it would only be in one. What you expect is a basic Jacks or Better video poker game, and that is what you get. However, the background and layout isn’t the most original that has ever appeared in a video poker title.
Basic, stripped down and simplistic Jacks or Better variant, video poker gameplay...