Bump It Up Jacks or Better: Play 1 to 4 hands per game; winning hand 'bumps up' to the next game
Bump-It-Up Jacks or Better is a 1 to 4 hand Video Poker game where the player advances to the next hand if they receive a winning poker hand. The name "Jacks or Better" refers to the fact that the lowest (or least valuable) standard poker hand that will payout in this game is a hand containing at least a pair of Jacks or more valuable cards. There are no wild cards in Jacks or Better. Each hand uses a standard 52 card deck.
Decide on the coin denomination that you wish to play with by clicking on the [+] and [-] COIN buttons.
Decide how many hands of Poker you want to play by clicking on the [+] to increase and [-] to decrease in the Number of Hands. The coin value you have selected will be applied to each hand played.
Press DEAL to start the game
The amount of hands displayed will depend on how many hands you have chosen to play. If the player is playing two hands, then two sets of five cards will display on the screen, this continues up to four hands.
Your first hands of cards will appear in the play area. We suggest you compare the cards in your hand with the payout table on the screen. Any winning combinations in your first hand are automatically held and highlighted for you.
You can hold a set of cards (vertical set) by clicking on one of the cards in the set or by clicking on the HOLD button below the set.
To de-select a card you can click on the one of the cards in the set or by clicking the on the HOLD button below the set. When the cards are held they are marked to indicate this.
Choose the cards that can potentially give you the highest payout.
When you are ready click the DRAW button to get your next hand of cards. The cards you have not held will be removed and replaced with fresh cards from the deck. If you receive a winning poker hand you will move on to the next level.
The player will continue until they do not receive a winning poker hand on a level.
Free Ride in Bump-It-Up Poker
The Free Ride card is dealt randomly, and guarantees that the player moves on to the next level of the game.
If the player is dealt a Free Ride card and your current hand is not a winning hand, the game does not end; instead the player automatically moves to the next level.
If the player receives a Free Ride:
The Free Ride card is displayed on the right hand side information area and then moves up to the next level.
On the level above, the Free Ride card shrinks to the right hand side of the level and appears as an icon. It remains there until you progress to that level.
When the current level is complete, and you are about to move up to the next level, the Free Ride icon disappears.
The player selects a $1.00 coin and bets 1 coin per hand on 4 hands the total bet amount is:
$1.00 coin x 1 coin per hand = $1.00 bet x 4 hands = $4.00 total bet.
The player is dealt 2 pairs and receives a payout of 2 with a level multiplier of 1x for a total level win of $2.00.
The player is dealt a Full House and receives a payout of 9 with a level multiplier of 2 for a total level win of $18.00.
The player is dealt a Free Ride card but does not have a winning poker hand. The player will automatically move to the next level.
The player is dealt 3 of a kind and receives a payout of 3 with a level multiplier of 8 for a total level win of $24.00.
The game is over after all hands have been played or the player does not advance. When the game ends all level wins are added and together and then credited to the players balance. In the above example the player wins a total of $44.00.