If you think you’re ready to play this version of poker, you simply need to load it up and you’ll be presented with the usual green felt table layout. It’s here that you’ll find the fairly standard table game additions as well, such as the stack of cards in the top right hand corner, the dealer’s playing area in the centre at the top, and the minimum and maximum wager values displayed to the left of this. In the central area of the table you get to see the game’s logo with the words ‘Dealer Qualifies with Ace/King or Higher’ written. Your own playing area is below this, while to the left of your play area is the game’s current progressive jackpot total and the circle where you are able to place your bets for this. Finally, at the very bottom of the screen are the two circles where your bets will be placed, marked with the words ‘Ante’ and ‘Call’.
You will, of course, need to place your bets with the chips offered, and these can be found in the bottom right hand corner, being valued at €1, €5 and €10, while a grey chip with a red ‘x’ on it provides the option of clearing off current bets placed. The minimum wager you’re able to place is €1, while the maximum is set at €40 and bets are placed in the ‘Ante’ circle. You can further customise the game by using the speakerphone button, which turns the sounds on and off, or you have the additional option of altering the speed of the game as well.