24th of September 2009 Author: Natalie Stephanopoulos
Bonus Poker can be played 50 hands at a time
Slotland 3D online casino subsidiary WinADay.com has launched another unique, proprietary software-powered video poker game, bringing to nine the number of online offerings in its gaming suite.
The new Bonus Poker game gives players a chance to double their winnings after any winning hand. Players can play 1, 3, 5, 10, 25 or even 50 hands at a time on the new Bonus Poker video poker game, where Jacks or Better returns the bet, two pairs pay double, and three of a kind triples it. Four of a kind payout is disappointing on many Jacks or Better games but in Bonus Poker it pays up to x40.
After every winning hand, players can collect their winnings or choose to play a Bonus Game where they can double the winnings on that hand if they can predict which of 4 hidden cards is greater than the one that's dealt face up.
In a clear reference to recent launches of brand themed online slots by major software providers, WinADay.com manager Ondrej Tuma remarked: "We don't do comic book characters or super heroes – we let our in-house designers come up with original ideas and sometimes their imaginations really run wild!
"When they first showed me what they'd come up for Bonus Poker I almost wanted to take a bite of it – I thought it looked almost like candy. Anyway, it feels FUN which is what a game is supposed to be!"
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