About All American Poker
All American Poker is a variant of poker based on a simple premise: To get a five card hand with at least a pair of jacks. The game begins with the player dealt five cards (i.e after you have placed your bet). After unveiling the cards, you will have to choose the ones to hold and the ones to discard. The cards you discard will be replaced with new cards and this new setup is your final hand.
To commence a round, you have to choose the coin size and the number of coins in play. The game also features a wagering limit that will likely appeal to lovers of the game. The minimum bet starts from as little as $0.01 and goes up to $25.
The game is played with a single deck consisting of 52 cards excluding jokers and wild. It is pertinent to state that only the highest winning hands will be rewarded.
All American Poker can be played on multiple devices cutting across mobile, tablet and desktop systems.
Some of the features of the game include:
Royal Flush: A royal flush consists of a king, queen, ace, jack and ten of the same suit.
Straight Flush: A straight flush constitutes any five cards in sequence. Also suited.
Four of a Kind: This refers to any four cards of the same value. Also known as Poker.
Full House: A full house consists of three of a kind and a pair.
Flush: A flush is made of five cards from the same suit though not in sequence.
Straight: Straight is flush in reverse (i.e. five cards in sequence with differing suit)
Three of a kind: Like the name suggests, three of a kind refers to a trio of cards with the same value. The remaining two cards are unmatched.
Two Pairs: Two pairs refer to a duo of cards with the same value as well as two other cards of the same value. The remaining card is unmatched.
Jack or Better: This refers to a pair of jacks, queens, kings or aces.
Bet Max: With this option, you are choosing a five credit bet which allows the cards to be dealt automatically.
Bet One: With this option, you can increase the number of coins in play.
Deal: This option allows you to kickstart the round.
Hold: This option allows you to select the cards you want to hold. The left cards will be discarded.
Draw: With this option, you can see your final hand (i.e. after you have selected the cards to hold and the ones to discard).