Jacks or Better

Min Bet: 1p
Max Bet:: £200
Features: Up to 50 hands
  Top payout for a Royal Flush

Jacks or Better How to Play

To begin, chose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play.

You can play a single hand, 5, 10, 25 or 50 hands and each hand costs you your selected coin size. But remember, the fewer hands you pick the higher the maximum coin size gets so make sure you get the balance right!

To begin, click PLAY. The cards will be dealt and your stake money will be deducted from your account.

The aim of Video Poker is to produce as many winning hands as possible by keeping the most useful cards from your original hand to help all the others.

Simply click on a card to hold it across all your other hands. Clicking a card again will take the hold off.

When you click DRAW, all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted.

You can also control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Winning payouts will be credited to your account instantly.



Jacks or Better


Two Pairs


Three of a Kind






Full House


Four of a Kind


Straight Flush


Royal Flush


Jacks or Better Tips


The key for all video poker is to know which cards to keep and which cards to re-draw - you can use the table to the right as a reference point for Jacks or Better.

Know the Hand Values

Familiarise yourself with all the hand values before you start playing - all variations of Video Poker attach different win values to various hands. To get you started the only pair that pays out in Jacks or Better are those that are, you guessed it, Jacks or Better!