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Reel Play Poker: Jacks Or Better Review
Guys at Microgaming have put serious work into this game as they managed to combine the logic of two game types: slot and poker. As a slot, Reel Play Poker features what is known as paylines and the field is designed as a 5×3 grid, very much like common slot symbols. As a poker, the game pays when the player collects a poker combination such as Two Pairs, Straight, etc. The only major difference from poker is that it is played against a computer, not against real humans.
Every “spin” or, better saying round starts at placing a bet. There are 20 paylines, each accepting $0.01 to $5, so the minimum and maximum bets are $0.20 and $100 per round. You can put into play as many of the paylines as you deem it necessary. After placing a bet, the player clicks the Deal Spin button and sees 15 facedown cards that quickly flip face up, showing their values. On analyzing the card dealt, you can hold any of them and then spin once again at no cost, to try and improve the current hand.
The object of the game is to get a five-card hand on an activated payline. These hands are named and ranked as in most poker variants: Jacks or Better, Two Pairs, Flush, and etc., with the highest rank being Royal Flush. Symbols do not need to appear exactly from left to right to count as a winning hand; the order in which the cards are arranged on a payline does not matter. For example, hitting a 10-J-10-7-10 is considered to be Three of a Kind.
There are nine hands in Reel Play Poker. The highest-ranking of them is Royal Flush that contains five same-suited cards of sequential value, with Ace as the top card, for example, 10 of Spades, Jack of Spades… Ace of Spades. This hand pays out a line bet multiplied by 16,000. Given that the max line bet is $5, the largest potential prize reaches a stunning $80,000. Another high hand is Straight Flush that pays up to $5000. The lowest-ranking hand in the game is Jacks or Better. It contains two same-ranked cards but not lower than Jacks, for example, two Queens.
Reel Play Poker: Jacks Or Better released by Microgaming has a unique format that merges two popular types of game. So big chances are that it will be appealing to both slot fans and poker players.