Jacks or Better is a poker game of the simplest sort as the player simply has to gain a winning hand to payout. There’s no dealer to beat, no other players to best but you must at the very least gain a hand with a pair of jacks (or better obviously).
How to play Jacks or Better
Before you can play a coin bet must be selected using the plus and minus arrows in the bottom righthand corner. The least you can wager is 25p per game but higher rollers can wager up to £2. After setting this wager you’ll need to press the deal button to receive your initial 5 cards.
Once you've got 5 cards you'll have to make a decision on which to keep by clicking on them. Next comes the draw part of the game, where any rejected cards are replaced with others from the deck. This leaves you with a total, and final, set of 5 cards that will need to have Jacks or better to payout.
The full rundown of prizes is shown on the pay table. This is topped by the Royal Flush (pays 4000:1 when wagering 5 coins) and many other prizes. The clever thing here is that every prize is split between coin wagers, so you can see all potential payouts.