The Visual Appeal
As soon as you access the Jacks or Better Double Up game, you’ll be presented with a familiar sort of layout. In the top left hand corner of the screen is the game’s logo, while underneath this you will see the payouts for the various different hands displayed. Further information on winning hands is displayed across the top of the screen, while the five cards that you will be dealt can be seen below this section. Of course, the same video poker wins are incorporated into this version of the game as the original one, with jacks or better providing the smallest payout and a royal straight flush offering up the biggest at times 250 your wager placed.
At the very bottom of the interface is the area that you get to customise to your own personal preferences. The first of these. The main pain of this panel is the ability to adjust the amount of hands that are in play per round, and this offers up the possibility of altering the amount between a single one and up to five, 10 and 25 hands. The section next to this is the bet level that you’re able to alter, and this provides a range of between one and five. Finally, you have the option to change around the coin value that is in play, and here you can switch between €0.01 and €0.50. Therefore, if you have the highest coin value, highest bet level and most amount of hands in play you will be playing a maximum overall bet of €62.50 per round. This level can be reached easily by pressing on the ‘Max Bet’ button.