Multi-Hand Jacks or Better
The name "Jacks or Better" refers to the fact that the lowest (or least valuable) standard poker hand that will payout in this game is a hand containing at least a pair of Jacks or more valuable cards. There are no wild cards in Jacks or Better.
Jacks or Better is played with two to four 52-card decks that are shuffled after every completed hand.
In Multi-Hand Video Poker, you play 2, 3 or 4 hands at a time. Each card you hold appears in the other hands on the screen. When you press the deal button, each hand is filled in with cards from a separate deck, but with the same card value. That means you have up to four tries to win.
If you're dealt a straight, flush, full house, straight flush, or a Royal Flush, you can hold all five cards and get paid up to four times.
You may choose to play two to four hands. You decide how many hands you wish to play before pressing the deal button. The game starts with the initial bet the player makes for each hand. The player clicks on the DEAL button and is dealt 5 cards to each of the hands the player wishes to play. The player can hold or discard any set of cards (vertical cards are a set).
The player then clicks on the DRAW button and the player receives new cards in replacement of the discarded cards on every hand the player is playing. The new cards in each hand (horizontal cards are a hand) are from separate
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