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All American

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How to play All American

All American is a 5 card online poker game from 1X2 Gaming. This essentially plays like a stripped back poker game, where everything plays quickly and is very easy to understand. Payouts range from 1x to 4,000x your stake, so you know you’ll want to chase that Royal Flush.

How to Play All American

All American is a video poker machine in the raw. This means coin stakes are simply selected using arrow buttons rather than choosing from a chip stack. You can use 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these coins by pressing the 'bet one' button, or select all 5 coins by pressing 'bet max'.

The game can begin after bets have been selected by pressing 'deal'. This immediately issues 5 cards to you, which may or may not constitute a winning hand. If a winning hand isn't dealt (and that's totally normal) you'll have to decide whether to hold cards by clicking on them in preparation for the final draw. This draw reissues cards for any you chose to discard, leaving a final 5 strong hand.

Any winning hand will trigger a payout. It's worth remembering that prizes are spit into 5 tiers depending on the number of coins being played. This means top prizes can only be won when using 5 coin bets (because the risk is higher). So it'll be your decision on how much to bet, bearing in mind the risk reward levels.

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      Super Hero
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    Just a typical "Jack or better" video poker. However typical doesn't mean a bad one. It's just a way I like to play that kind of games - simple, fast, holding cards that should be holded. Well, I'd like to see a Jocker - "wild" card too but it's fine the way it is.
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    I guess its quite easy (compared to slots) to make a decent video poker emulation, as even companies whose slots I have hated seem to be capable of making a decent enough version of VP. This one from 1x2 doesn't have a double up feature but apart from that, its a nice enough game. The graphics wont appeal to everybody but the cards are easy to read quickly and the paytable is the proper 8/8/8 version used in land casinos and at microgaming. I do miss the double up though...

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