Video Poker

Five Hand Jacks or Better

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Video Poker Five Hand Jacks or Better

Jacks or Better is considered by many players to be the true version of video poker and at the same time Net Entertainment has quite the reputation for bringing the game to life.

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Five Hand Jacks or Better
Video Poker

Five Hand Jacks or Better

Five Hand Jacks or Better
Video Poker

Five Hand Jacks or Better

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      Five Hand Jacks or Better
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      Jacks or Better is considered by many players to be the true version of video poker and at the same time Net Entertainment has quite the reputation for bringing the game to life.

      Play for free

      Five Hand Jacks or Better Slot Review

      Jacks or Better is considered by many players to be the true version of video poker and at the same time Net Entertainment has quite the reputation for bringing the game to life. One of the true standout features of Net Entertainment’s range of table games, and video poker specifically, is the fact that many of them can be played with multiple hands on a single game. In effect, players can back and win from more than one hand based on the decisions made on the main one. Here, we take a look at how the developer has applied this unique gaming twist to Jacks or Better.

      Impressive Grahphics

      Upon loading the game for the first time, players will definitely be struck by just how impressive the graphics are – as always. Unlike many video poker terminals, the pay table takes a back seat and must be opened manually. This is to ensure that all hands are in view at once, although those familiar with the hand rankings of Jacks or Better can rest assured that nothing has changed. Players can then place a stake which is automatically multiplied by five to cover all hands, and receive their cards as normal. Any held cards will remain in place across all five hands, while replacements are drawn independently, meaning that it is possible, for example, to see more than one king of spades across the board, although never in the same hand. If the player holds a pair of jacks in the main hand, for example, then they are guaranteed to be paid that prize across all hands together with four further opportunities to make three of a kind, four of a kind or a full house.

      This twist on the basic game makes it accessible but slightly different to the norm. See it in action now completely free of charge and with no software to download here at Mr Gamez.

      Game statistics

      Five Hand Jacks or Better
      Provider: Video Poker
      Reels: Not Available
      Rows: Not Available
      Paylines: Not Available
      RTP: Not Available
      Jackpot: Not Available