Having Fun With Video PokerPublished June 25, 2012
Time to switch to video poker, if you haven't already.
If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional poker while retaining the thrill of the game, this is it.
I’ve always been a little wary of poker. The idea of having to put on a poker face and getting the better of your opponents seems to be quite pressured. So, I decided to combine all the fun of poker with the excitement of slots by playing video poker. What I found was a straightforward, fun experience and the possibility of a big prize.
With various options tailored to the player, from novice to expert, there is something for everyone at Casino King. At 25-Line Aces and Faces, you build the best combination possible using 25 hands, with the focus on aces and picture cards. For something a little simpler, 10-Line Jacks or Better comes highly recommended. As the name would suggest, you have just ten hands to juggle in order to build a hand including a pair of jacks or better. This game also includes a progressive jackpot, meaning that there is the enticing prospect of serious money.
I also tried out Party Casino for some video poker action. They offer an impressive selection of nine games, many of which include a fun theme. Although Kanga Cash for example is themed on the Australian outback, it is still straightforward to play, requiring you to land a pair of aces or better.