Play’n Go Jacks or Better MultiHand Video Poker at a Glance

Jacks or Better MultiHand is a popular online video poker game powered by Play n Go software. The game is similar to most online video poker games in that players need a pair of jacks or better to win. The biggest difference with this games is that players can choose to play a single hand or multiple hands up to a total of 100 poker hands in a single round. In the notes below, we are going to look at how the game works and how to start playing online.

The Game Setup

Jacks or Better MultiHand is played in exactly the same way as you would play any online video poker game. The game itself is has a logical setup with the paytable displayed on the top right hand side of the screen. The game logo sits to the left of the screen and in the centre is where the cards are dealt. At the bottom of the screen, players will find the game buttons for betting, and starting the game. The game begins with the player placing his or her bet. This can be done by clicking on the up and down arrows at the bottom of the screen.

Starting the Game

In Jacks or Better MultiHand video poker, players can bet from one coin up to five coins per hand. The more coins that are bet, the higher the potential payouts for each win. Players can also select how many hands they would like to play. Once the player has placed their bet, they can click on the deal button. The dealer will then deal the player five cards for each hand played. The aim of jacks or better is to create the highest hand possible using the cards that you have been dealt. In this version of the game, a minimum poker hand of jack or better is needed to guarantee a win.

Holding and Discarding Cards

In Jacks or Better MultiHand video poker, after the first set of cards has been dealt, players must decide which cards they would like to keep or to discard. If a winning hand is already displayed, the computer will automatically hold the cards. Players can select or deselect any card by clicking on the cards themselves. Once the player has chosen which cards they wish to keep, they can then click on the deal button. The computer then replaces all the discarded cards with fresh cards from the pack.

Jacks or Better Payouts

Once the second set of cards has been dealt, the computer will automatically determine if a player has a winning hand and will pay out accordingly. In Jacks or Better MultiHand video poker, a pair of jacks pays out five coins on a max bet. The paytable displays the various payouts for all the poker hands. After a pair of jacks, next in line is two pair, three of a kind, a straight, a flush and a full house. The top paying poker hands includes four of a kind, a straight flush and a royal flush. The highest payout in the game is a royal flush paying out 4000 coins on a max bet.