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New Vegas Technology Video Poker Game

By: Rick Balding, Saturday February 19th 2011
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It is after a very long time that the leading online gaming software provider Vegas Technology has released a new game other than an online slots game. This new game is an innovative format of online video poker called Bump-It-Up. The video poker variant chosen is Jacks or Better.

The player can choose to play up to four hands, but it is not like the usual multi hand video poker. Each additional hand pays out at doubled multiples. The second hand pays 2x, the third hand pays 4x and the fourth hand pays 8x. The flip side is that the player has to win at one level before he can bump it up. The coin size varies from $0.01 to $5.00 and players can choose up to four coins. If a player selects four hands with four coins of $5.00 then the total amount wagered is $80, which is deducted up front from the player's balance. The payout table shows the payout in coins for the number of coins wagered. The payouts keep increasing as the number of coins wagered increase. There is no special payout for a royal flush with four coins wagered.

After the bets are placed the player clicks the Deal button and the cards are dealt to the first hand. The player can hold certain cards and replace the remaining as in the usual online video poker game. If there is no winning combination in the first hand the game is over and the entire wager, even if placed for four hands, is lost. However if there is a win in the first hand then it is held in abeyance and cards are dealt to the next level. This is also played in the usual manner. With every win the player bumps it up to the next level. The winnings at any level are given by the payouts in the table multiplied by the multiplier for that level.

If the players loses at any level he cannot progress to the next, but he is entitled to the winnings accumulated so far. However, he is given a choice. He can collect them as it is or try and double them. If he wants to double the winnings then he should click the Double button. In the double game one card is dealt face up and four cards are dealt face down. The player has to pick a face down card and if it is higher ranked than the face up card then he doubles his stake or he loses everything.

Bump-It-Up Jacks or Better can be played at all Vegas Technology online casinos. CasinoAdvisor recommends Millionaire Casino, English Harbour Casino and VIP Slots Casino.

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