Free 52-Hand Jacks or Better Video Poker Game

You’ll want to enlarge the playing screen on this game—52 hands of cards is a lot of play per hand. Just like in the other multi-hand Jacks or Better games, you’ll have one base hand and 51 other mirror hands that will give you different scenarios for the hold/replace cards you’ve chosen on your base hand.

So choose with a little strategy in mind.

Whether you play the nickel, quarter, $.50 or dollar game of 52-Hand Jacks or Better, betting the max involves 260 coins.

You have a lot of options as far as wager sizes go—from $13.00 to $260 when you play the max bet.

Multi-hand Jacks or Better poker games may require a slightly different perspective—check out our full review on the matter.