About Multi-Hand All American Video Poker
Multi-Hand All American is a video poker variant, which has been designed and developed by BetSoft. BetSoft are often credited with having really top notch graphics in their games, though this video poker title doesn’t really showcase that. That’s not too big of an issue, though, since this is a video poker game after all.
How to play
The first thing that a player must do is decide how many hands they wish to play with. Multi-Hand All American Video Poker allows you to do this on the main screen, before the game. You can choose to play with 5, 10, 25, 50 or 100 hands in this video poker title.
Once you enter the game, you can place your bet. Following that, players are dealt 5 cards. They can use the buttons below each card to decide whether or not to hold a particular card. Any cards they choose to keep will then be copied into the other hands you have chosen to play. Upon hitting the deal button once more, replacement cards will then be randomly assigned to fill out each poker hand.
After this, your poker hand will be measured against the paytable to determine whether or not you have winnings hands. If you do, you’ll pick up the respective pay-outs from the paytable. You may then decide whether or not you wish to double up your winnings. We wouldn’t recommend it.
Wagering and prizes
In the bottom right of the screen, players can choose coin values which range from 0.02 up to 1.00. They can also opt to choose to bet between 1 and 5 of these coins per hand. Naturally, the amount your bet will come to in the end depends on your coin values, the amount of coins you stake per hand, and the amount of hands you have chosen to play with.
The lowest paying hand in Multi-Hand All American Video Poker is Jacks or Better, which offers you your bet back. Better paying hands include Two Pairs, Three of a Kind, Straights, Flushes, and a Full House, Four of a Kind, Straight Flushes and a Royal Flush. The best pay-out is reserved for the latter, and is worth 250x your stake.
Multi-Hand All American Video Poker is quite a fun game to play, especially if you are tired of wagering on individual hands. By and large, the gameplay is no different than standard 5 Card Draw, with the exception that you’ll be wagering on at least 5 hands, or as much as 100 hands at any one time.
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