All American - Play Video Poker
All American Review & Experience
This video poker game is played with a standard deck and has no wild cards. The betting range is different for each number of hands you play, but it is like if you had it from 1 to 5 for a single hand. By the way, it is not possible to play one hand. The options are 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 at once. You are offered to choose the number of hands at the start of the game, but you can always change it. The minimal winning hand to qualify is Jacks or Better which is a common feature for the All American poker type. The RNG isn’t that great, to be honest. The RTP is higher when playing 100 hands and it is not a mystery in terms of maths. The cards are not held automatically. It leads to attract more old school players, so maybe that’s why the design is a bit outdated.
The bonus round is so regular. Honestly, it feels like no other bonus system for video poker games will be ever invented. You are offered to double up your winning by guessing a card among four down-faced ones, which should have a higher value than the dealer’s card. The number of attempts is unlimited unless you reach the casino limit, which is a pure miracle. If you lose the round, you lose your winnings, of course.
The overall impression about this game is okay. All American by Betsoft is just an average example of multi-hand easy to play video poker game with a balanced betting range. It has no specific features neither good design. The only advantage is the interaction between the game and the player when you must hold cards yourself. The game requires no download, so you can check it if you want so.