All American video poker with its American colors and flags is dedicated for American players who are on the lookout for a fun and a high paying Video Poker machines.
All American video poker is a 1×2 Gaming video poker machine that is dedicated for American players. This is obvious from the title that was chosen for the game, as well as its visuals and dominating colors (red, white and blue). As for the game itself, it is basically a Jacks or Better game that follows the same rules and payout system, as players will need to get a pair of J’s at least to be eligible for a prize, according to the paytable.
As for the game’s setup, it’s the same as any 1×2 Gaming video poker. As players will see the payouts table that shows the different poker hands and their respective payout at the top. On the left side, players will see the title of the name with the American Flag in the background. Right under the paytable, players will find the 5 poker cards that will determine their payouts. Under each one of these cards, there is a blue “Hold” icon. This icon is the one that players will click on so they can hold the cards that they think will help them get paid to the second round to form the final poker hand. Lastly, under the cards, there is the control panel that contains the betting options, the Draw button and the Max Bet button.
Game Play Walkthrough
The gaming procedure is quite simple and easy. Like any casino game, players will begin by choosing how much they want to stake. They will do that by going through the two betting options that the video poker machine has. These betting options are the value of the coins used, and the betting level. The coin sizes available vary between 0.1 and 2.5. As for the betting levels, they vary between 1 and 5. This means that the minimum bet is equal 0.1 and the maximum bet is equal 12.5 credits per hand.
Once a bet has been placed, players will start the game play as they click on the Deal button so they get dealt 5 cards. This is not their final hand, as players get 2 rounds of deals. They will choose which cards they wish to hold by clicking on the “Hold” icon under each card. After they choose which cards they want to hold, the rest will be replaced when they click on Draw. After the unwanted cards are replaced, the 5 cards that are now showing represent the final poker hand that players will get paid for.
When it comes to payouts, the game is a Js or Better game, so only a pair of Jacks or better will result in a payout. The paytable is divided into 5 columns, one for each betting level. They start at a Jacks or Better that can give up to 5 coins, and end at the Royal Flush hand that pays from 400 to 4000 coins.
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