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Ten Play Video Poker

Ten Play Video Poker

Are you tired of the same old Video Poker game? Then try out Ten Play Video Poker; sporting a classic Video Poker design, this fantastic game features a ton of different gameplay modes that guarantee to keep you immersed for hours on end. You know what they say, variety is the spice of life!

About

This game features all the classic stylings of a Video Poker game; there's the iconic blank blue background and the contrasting yellow buttons that immediately stand out the second you start the game. The design is simplistic for a Video Poker game, but that gives it an appealing retro charm, as if you're playing an old classic that's been forgotten over the years. It's nice to revisit to an old favourite.

Ten Play Video Poker may seem like just another Video Poker game in a host of hundreds, but it actually does an incredibly good job at standing out from the pack. Unlike ordinary Video Poker games, where you play with just one hand, in Ten Play you play with a ten separate hands, so you're given greater odds of winning.

How To Play

The gameplay in Ten Play Video Poker is extremely easy to get to grips with. First select `Deal' to be dealt a hand of five cards. From there you choose to have another set of cards drawn or to keep a few for the next hand by clicking to `Hold'. Once a card is held it will stay in its position for the second hand you'll receive when you hit `Draw'. On your second hand your cards will be checked and if you hold a hand of `Jacks or Better' or anything higher you'll win a cash prize. However, in Ten Play you have ten hands to play across, so you have a fairly large chance of winning some sort of cash prize.

Players can alter the amount they wish to wager in this game by using the `Bet Up' or `Bet Down' options to increase or decrease their wager. Using this option will give you a betting range of between £10 and £5,000 so this game caters to the majority of betting budgets. If you find the cards are being dealt too slowly you can use the `Speed' button to quicken the games pace. If you're not enjoying the `Jacks or Better' game mode you can switch to another option by hitting the `More Games' button and choosing your new game from the selection onscreen.

Game Modes

What makes Ten Play stand out from other Video Poker games is that contains different game modes to keep gameplay fresh and interesting for you. There are nine separate games in total so you have a variety of options to choose from.

You could go for the standard Jacks or Better option, Bonus Poker, Bonus Poker Deluxe, Double Bonus, Double Double Bonus, Triple Double Bonus, Deuces Wild, Deuces Wild Bonus or even Joker Poker. Each one of these games may seem similar at first, but every single one of them is different, as gameplay involves you playing for a different set of card hands to win cash.

Paytable Payouts

One of Video Poker's most interesting features is the paytable; players can directly affect how much each hand will pay out by altering their initial wager when they use the `Bet Up' and `Bet Down' buttons.

For example, if you were to set the game at the lowest bet of £10, the lowest hand of `Jacks or Better' would net you only £1, whereas a Royal Flush would land you £800. Then as you increase your wager up to the maximum bet level, the payouts for these hands increases drastically. At the maximum bet level of £5,000 the basic hand of `Jacks or Better' gets you £500 whilst a Royal Flush will land a payout of a massive £400,000.

Return To Player

This game has a theoretical RTP of 96.94% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £96.94.


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