Tens Or Better Video Poker


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Game description

Is poker your life? Do you wake up and go to sleep thinking about how to increase your chances to win bigger prizes? Do you spend all day playing video poker games on the internet? If the answer to all these questions is yes, then you should stop by and try the Tens of Better Video Poker game. This is not just another video poker game. It is special because it doesn’t include the Jokers. Moreover, depending on your wins, you can even get a bonus game so as to be sure that the big cash prize is yours.
The graphics of the game is simple, but suggestive. Thus, you have a virtual slot machine with 5 cards. On the bottom of the screen you have 6 buttons: Collect, Deal, Double, Bet Max, Bet One and a button that will increase your bet. There is also the Auto Play button. Moreover, you can choose the game speed and you are allowed to also choose the coins. The maximum accepted amount of coins is 5. On the right side of the screen you will see your credits and how much you have won. The paytable will help you keep record of your winnings.

Rules

In Video Poker only the ranking of the hands is the same as in table poker. Since the game is played on a machine, your only objective is to get the best-paying hand. The machine deals a five card hand. You may keep or throw away as many cards as you like by activating the appropriate button underneath every card. After selecting the card(s) you want to hold or discard, press on "deal/draw." The cards you didn’t want to hold are replaced with new cards. If the new hand contains a winning combination, you get paid.

JACKS OR BETTER

Jacks or Better hand rankings and pay-outs:
The winning hands and pay-outs for Jacks or Better, from highest to lowest are:

Royal Flush - A, K, Q, J, and 10 of the same suit. It’s the highest-paying hand in poker and occurs, on average, once every 40,000 hands. Pays 4,000 or more coins when five coins are bet. Pays only 250 coins when less than five coins are bet.
Straight Flush - Five consecutive cards in the same suit, for instance 8, 9, 10, J and Q. Pays 50 per coin bet.
Four of a Kind - A hand with four cards of the same value, such as four Nines. Pays 25 per coin bet.
Full House - Three cards of one value, and two cards of another value, like three Fives and two Kings. Pays 9, 8, 7 or 6 per coin bet.
Flush - Any five cards of the same suit, in no particular order. Pays 6 or 5 per coin bet.
Straight - Any five consecutive cards, such as J, 10, 9, 8 and 7, but not in the same suit. Pays 4 per coin bet.
Three of a Kind - Three cards of the same value, three Sevens for instance. Pays 3 per coin bet.
Two Pair - A hand containing two pairs, such as two Tens and two Aces. Pays 2 per coin bet.
Pair of Jacks or Better - A pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces makes up the lowest paying hand, (hence the name).