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Jacks Or Better Review & Experience
So why should it be called Multi-hand Jacks or Better? The answer is that there is no option for a single hand. You can play 5, 10, 25, 50, or 100 hands at once. You are offered to choose a number when the game starts, but it is also possible to switch while playing. The deck is standard and the minimal winning hand is Jacks or Better, which is obvious. The betting range varies between 25 and 125, and the bet can be changed by pressing “Bet One”. The cards are not held automatically which adds some interaction between the game and the played. The RNG is above average as for a casino game, though. It influences the RTP negatively when playing a lower number of hands.
The bonus feature is not that great and can be found in almost all the other video poker games. It offers to double up or lose by guessing a card, which should have a higher value, than the dealer’s one. The number of attempts is unlimited unless you reach the casino limit, which is fairly impossible. The RNG is bad as well.
Overall, Jacks or Better by Betsoft isn’t that bad, but it is definitely not the best game, honestly. The poor RNG and outdated design leave the hope to the multi-hand gameplay, which has more attractive variations. It requires no download, so you can check yourself.