About Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker
BetSoft Gaming’s Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker is a far more rewarding version of their standard Bonus Poker video poker title. Although visually it appears little different to its predecessor, the game does have some rather larger cash prizes, not to mention slightly more ways to win a hand.
How to play
Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker consists of either 5 hands, 10 hands, 25 hands, 50 hands or 100 hands. It is entirely up to you how many you wish to play, but you must make that decision before you bet.
After you have made your bet, you’ll be dealt a total of 5 cards. They will go to the big hand located at the bottom of the screen. From there, you can choose which cards are of use to you, and which ones you wish to rid yourself of. Those cards you keep will be transported over into your other hands, whilst new cards will fill up all vacant spots, you have multiple hands of 5 cards a piece. If any of those match the winning poker hands in the paytable on the screen, then the player will pocket winnings for each and every winning hand they have.
Wagering and prizes
There is no easy way to define what it is that you are going to be spending per hand on this game. Because Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker allows you to choose from multiple hands, your wager will depend on how many hands you choose. Coin values range from 0.02 up to 0.50 (and 1.00 in some games), with players able to bet 5 coins per hand. That should give you some indication of what you’ll be staking.
There are plenty of different hands for you to win on in Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker. Such hands include Jacks or Better, Two Pairs, Three of a Kind, Straights and Flushes. They are the lowest paying hands, though. Better paying hands include a Full House, Straight Flushes, Four 5s through Kings, Four 2s, 3s or 4s, Four Aces and a Natural Royal Flush. The Natural Royal Flush can see you win as much as 4,000 coins in this video poker game.
Multi-Hand Double Bonus Poker is practically the same as Multi-Hand Bonus Poker, which is also developed by BetSoft Gaming. One may question why the online casino providers needed to develop this game at all, as the standard bonus version is just as compelling to play.
See other free poker for fun
Your comment will be first