Published on 23 October 2014 by Sebas
The third today released new Netent video poker game we want to introduce to our readers is Jacks or Better Double Up video poker, that’s of course the enhanced (and slightly altered) version of the old Netent Jacks or Better video poker game and a ‘lookalike’ of the also brand new All American Double Up.
Same rules, higher pay out
While basically following the same rules as the other ‘next generation’ new Netent video poker games (of which the game play has been thoroughly explained in our recent articles about All American Double Up and Deuces wild Double Up video poker) video poker Jacks or Better Double Up differs as it has the highest ‘return to player’ pay out percentage (99.56%) of all newly released Netent video poker games.
Jacks or Better poker hands
Jacks or Better Double Up is regarding its game play best comparable with All American Double Up, as both games use the same set of poker hands, with the Jacks or Better (a pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or a pair of Aces) as an extra poker hand. The rewarded poker hand card combinations in Jacks or Better Double Up are:
- Royal Straight Flush: A, K, Q, J, 10 from the same suit
- Straight Flush: 5 consecutive cards from the same suit (8, 9, 10, J and Q of clubs for example)
- Four of a Kind: 4 cards with the same value (5, 5, 5, 5 for example)
- Full House: 3 cards of the same value and two cards of the same value (5, 5, 5 and J, J for example)
- Flush: 5 cards from the same suit (5 clubs for example)
- Straight: 5 consecutive cards from different suits
- Three of a Kind: three cards with the same value (5, 5, 5 or J, J, J for example)
- Two Pair: 2 x a pair (5, 5 and J, J for example)
- Jacks or Better: a pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings, or a pair of Aces
The big difference with All American Double Up video poker is that the above depicted Jacks or Better Double Up poker hands are valued differently, hence its higher theoretical pay out percentage.
Jacks or Better Double Up gamble feature
Again, like all new ‘Double Up’ Netent video poker games also Jacks or Better has the same adjustable game round settings like the multi hand play option (1 hand or 5, 10 or 25 hands play), the 1 – 5 bet levels and the adjustable coin values. And its extension ‘Double Up’ of course means it has the same game round winnings doubling feature as its ‘brothers and sisters’ from the same Double Up video poker family.
Play video poker Jacks or better Double Up for free
This newest Netent video poker game can be tried out and played for free on the Jacks or Better Double Up video poker game tutorial page. For more information about this specific type of Netent games you could visit the Netent video poker software page.