Jacks or Better
There’s an exciting new Poker game on the scene, and it’s bound to get you an amazing win! Jacks or Better is the game that lets you play up to 10 hands at once, taking the usual poker fun and turning up the heat. Can you handle it?
In this game, you need to get a hand with at least a pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces to get a payout. Fingers crossed!
How To Play
Like most poker games, this one is super simple to get to grips with, so hopefully you’ll be rolling in the wins in no time. Place your bet by clicking ‘Bet’ and choose your coin size, then tap the payout table to choose the number of coins you want to bet. You can bet up to 5 coins per game, so why not spice up your play?
If you’re lucky enough to get more than one winning hand, you’ll be paid the win for the highest ranked hand.
This game really couldn’t be more simple – you need only hold a hand that consists of Jacks or better to get a payout. Marvellous, huh? The game begins with your bet, and you’ll be dealt five cards which you must keep or discard depending on how good your hand is. Will it take you to Jacks or Better victory? We’ll see…
Here’s a reminder of the winning Poker hands, ranked from highest to lowest:
- Royal Flush: Ace, King, Queen, Jack & Ten of the same suit
- Four Ace cards and a Two, Three or Four card of any suit
- Four cards of the Two, Three or Four denomination and a Two, Three, Four or Ace of any suit
- Four of a Kind (Aces)
- Four of a Kind: Four cards of the Two, Three or Four denomination
- Four of a Kind (Fives through to Kings): Four cards of the 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen or King denomination
- Straight Flush: 5 cards of the same suit, in sequence
- Full House: 3 cards of the same denomination, and 2 cards of another denomination
- Flush: 5 cards of the same suit
- Straight: 5 cards of any suit, in sequence
- Three of a Kind: 3 cards of the same denomination
- Two Pairs: 2 cards of the same denomination
- Jacks or Better: A pair of Jack, Queen, King or Ace cards
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 99.54% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £99.54.