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Pyramid Jacks or Better

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How to play Pyramid Jacks or Better

It’s interesting how many poker variation games appear in the market these days. It’s also interesting how many of them show exquisite, almost impeccable quality. And the most interesting thing is that even poker fans don’t know about all of them.

One of those hidden treasures, Pyramid Poker will take you to a rather interesting alternative to the traditional poker game. So, if you’d like to try out something new and exciting, you can have a go at this game, which promises not to disappoint you.

In Pyramid Poker, you are first offered a range of different poker-style games to play. Those include: Jacks or Better, Joker Poker, Aces&Faces Poker, Double Bonus Poker, Deuces Wild, Double Jackpot Poker, Bonus Poker, and Bonus Deluxe. Once you’ve picked a game, you are transferred to another screen, where you are welcomed by a pyramid of 5 cards and three paytables, which offer plenty of winning chances. To start the game, you need to select the coin amount (denominations on offer include $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $0.50, $1 and $5), and the number of coins per paytable (up to 5). It’s important to know, however, that the prize amounts highly depend on the number of coins placed into the machine.

The only downside you could notice about Pyramid Poker doesn’t have anything to do with the game itself – it’s related to the visibility of the paytables, which could be alternatively provided in another screen, instead of cramming all three on the same screen as the cards. However, apart from this, this game provides the variety that suits all tastes. And its generosity may yet exceed your wildest expectations.

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Member's Feedback (4)

  • 1.8
    / 5
    not so good
  • I just worked out another one of these games, which I believe was just called pyramid poker, and this one seems to play pretty much the same but the five card game in this version is based on boring old jacks or better instead of double bonus poker, which the other version had as its five card game. The pyramid element comes from the fact you place 3 bets, two for 3 card poker based on each side of the pyramid, and one 5 card bet for all 5 cards. Its a nice idea!
  • 3.0
    / 5
    I am not a poker player, at all - so what better chance to learn but for a bit of experience on the free play section of latestcasinobonuses.com? It's not all that lame - there is a chance to double, every win. There is a chance to double THAT, as well. However, be sure to know in advance that Aces are high - that means that if you choose 'double' rather than take your win, and the 'Dealer' gives you an Ace, you are out, with no dough. But it isn't completely impossible for a win, going by the mix of what I've seen thusfar. I assume they make the odds of the mix similar to a shuffle by hand, rather than the 'digital possibilities' - not that that number is any different, but the 'per 100 shuffles' - ...oh, who am I kidding, I don't know what I am talking about, but it's not the worst casino game I've ever tried.
  • 1.0
    / 5
    I don't really understand what the two three card paytables at the top of the screen are meant to represent actually - Whenever I play this I just get wins on the regular five card paytable.. anybody got a clue? It's really bugging me now!!

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