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All American

All American Multihand Poker is based on the traditional poker game. You can play with up to 20 poker hands rather than the standard single hand. The objective of the game is to attain a winning 5-card Poker hand, with each hand constituting an independent, separate win.

The biggest jackpot available is 4000 coins on a Royal Flush with five coins played. Winning hands also include a Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House, Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, 2 Pair and Jacks or Better.

 A regular deck of 52 cards is used for each of the rounds of play, and it is shuffled before each and every game. There are no wild cards in All-American Poker.

 The process is very simple - you click the (+) and (-) signs to increase or decrease the size or your bet. Clicking the "Bet One" icon increases the number of coins you bet by one, while clicking "Bet Max" affects the maximum wager. Then click "Deal." From there you will be dealt five cards, and then you make the decision as to which of the five cards to hold, by clicking on those cards. Then you click the "Draw" button, at which point the hand plays itself out.

When you are playing in the "Autoplay" mode, there will be no need to worry about making the decision on which cards to keep and which cards to hold. What will happen is that the cards are automatically held according to the pre-determined "Optimal" strategy that comes along with Autoplay.

 You have the option, upon achieving a winning hand, to "Double," in which four cards will be dealt face down, with a dealer's card face-up. You will then click one of the face-down cards. If it is of a higher value than the dealer's up-card, you win double the original payout. Then you can choose to go again.

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