Another variation of Jacks or better. A fun game o play, very similar to Tens or better but, multiline.
The dealer uses a 52-card deck for each line, which is shuffled after each hand. For specific details regarding each winning combination, by clicking on the Pay table button at the top, right of the machine.
In order to play 10s or Better Multi line:
Choose the Amount you want to bet by clicking on the arrows on the bottom left, under the cards.Click on the "Bet One" button, once for each payout column in the table, you wish to bet, or the "MaxBet" button to bet the maximum. Each time you click"BetOne" the column will be highlighted in the payout table.
After placing your bet using the "Bet One" button, click on the "Deal" button, whereupon you will be dealt one five-card Poker hand. (If the player utilizes the "MaxBet" button to bet, the deal will occur automatically.)
Five cards will be dealt, click on "Hold" under or on the cards of any that you wish to keep. This will make a selection for all the remaining lines.
Click on "Draw" thereby replacing the cards that you have not chosen to hold with new ones in all the lines.
Your cards are then compared to the table of winning combinations of Poker in the Pay table. If the value of your hand is lower than the minimum winning combination, you lose your bet. If the value of your hand is higher, you win.
Double Playoff Round:
When you produce a winning hand you are offered a double playoff round in which you are given the opportunity to "Double" your winnings. If you do not wish to participate in the double playoff round, simply click on "Collect".
How to play the Double Payoff Round:
Click on the "Double" button to leave your previous hand's winning as your bet.
5 cards will be dealt face down and one card will turn face up.
Click on one of the four cards that remain face down. The card will turn over displaying the value.
If the card that you choose is of a higher value than the card that the machine turned over - you win, and the playoff round continues, if you wish.
Please Note: If you do not wish to continue participating in the double playoff round, simply click on "Collect".
You may once again click on the "Double" button to leave your previous double playoff round's winning as your bet.
If the card that you choose is of an equal value to the card turned over by the computer it is a Tie. The double playoff round continues, if you wish.
If the card that you choose is of a lower value than the card turned over by the computer, you lose your bet and the double playoff round is over.
Please Note: The double playoff round automatically ends after a total of five rounds.
Common Winning Combinations:
10s or Better: One Pair pays off only if the cards in the pair are Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, or Aces. Lower pairs do not pay off.
Two Pair: Two sets of pairs of the same card denomination.
Three of a Kind:Three cards of the same denomination.
Straight: Five consecutive denomination cards, not of the same suit.
Flush: Five non-consecutive denomination cards, all of the same suit.
Full House: A set of three cards of the same denomination, plus a set of two cards of the same denomination.
Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same denomination.
Straight Flush: Five consecutive denomination cards, all of the same suit.
Royal Flush: Five consecutive denomination cards, all of the same suit, starting from 10 and ending with an ace.
To View the payouts based on the amount you bet click on the Pay Table button at the top right of the machine. The values change dynamically as you change your bet amount.