About Bonus Deluxe Multi-Hand Poker
Bonus Deluxe Multi-Hand Poker is one of BetSoft Gaming’s many multi-hand video poker titles. This particular one is a larger scale variant of the standard Bonus Deluxe video poker game. Graphically, video poker games don’t tend to blow you away, but this one is more than decent enough to suffice most players.
How to play
The first thing that any player must do is choose how many hands they are going to wish to play with. Players are given the possibility to play with 5, 10, 25, 50 or 100 hands in this video poker game.
After choosing the amount of hands you’ll play with, you can place your bet. Players will then receive a total of 5 cards in their first hand – let’s call it your main hand. From those initial five cards, you can choose to hold or discard up to 5 cards at any one time. All of the cards you hold will be transferred over to the other hands you have opted to play with. New cards will then replace all cards in your main hand which you have not opted to keep. New cards will also be dealt out to the other hands you have opted to play with, giving you a number of complete poker hands. If those poker hands match any of those on the paytable at the sides of your main hand, then you will win.
Wagering and prizes
Coin values in Multi-Hand Bonus Deluxe Poker vary depending on how many hands you are playing with. In a 5-hand game, coin values range from 0.02 up to 1.00, and players can stake up to 5 coins per hand, giving them minimum and maximum wagers of 0.10 and 25.00 per game, respectively. Over in the 100-hand game, coin values only rise up to 0.50 with players able to bet up to 5 per hand. As you can imagine, this means you can stake up to 50.00 per game.
Winning prizes are paid out for the Jacks or Better, Two Pair, Three of a Kind, Straight, Flush, Full House, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind and Royal Flush hands in this game.
You can win a lot in this game, since you can play with many hands. Other than larger wins being available for hands (at the cost of a larger stake), it isn’t actually that different from other video poker games, though.
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