Jacks or Better is played with a normal deck of cards – thirteen cards in four suits. This game is quite similar to poker, with similar hand values. However, in Jacks or Better, one does not play with opponents, as is the case in poker.
The process of playing Jacks or better is really quite simple. You start by deciding how much you are going to bet – you can check your potential winnings by looking at the payout table on the screen. Once you have placed your bet, the cards will be dealt, and you can then decide what to keep and what to hold. You can draw cards in place of your discards and try to get the highest possible hand. Only Jacks or higher cards can get you the rewards you are looking for.
You can also customize your game to some extent, such as going in for the Full Screen option for a more comfortable visual experience, or Turbo Mode, where the pace of the game is increased.
Author: Ava Jackuard