Power House Video Poker
Power House Video Poker Highlights
Power House is a Jacks or Better video poker which not only gives 200:1 odds on Four Aces, it also amps up its Full House to 12:1 odds.
Mix this with an autoplay feature and a double-up side game, and you’ve got an afternoon playing a video poker game with great 12/8 odds.
If there is one thing 3Dice Casino does well, it’s putting on a great display of realistic virtual animation, particularly with the multi-hand version. Now you can play a video poker that is as fun to play as it is to watch.
Wagers (Classic Version): Play up to 5 coins per line and bet up to $2.00 per coin for a maximum bet of $10.00 per game. Minimum bet is $.10 ($.10 per coin, one line).
Wagers (Multi-Hand Game): Each hand starts at $.05 each, with a minimum of 5 hands played simultaneously. Largest per-hand bet is $2.00 and it’s capped at the max game bet of $10.00. You can play up to 50 hands at a time if you keep your per hand wager below $.20 each.
Playing Power House Video Poker.
As far as the nuts and bolts of the game, playing Power House video poker is easy. The strategy, on the other hand, takes some practice and some research.
You’re on your own for strategy tables; what I can tell you is that 3Dice Casino’s version of Power House is well-organized and well-executed. You get your five cards, you decide if you agree with the automatic holds, and you draw for the rest.
I love the autoplay feature, especially because I can customize it to stop when I want it to.
3Dice also lets me customize my whether or not I want the auto-hold (I usually do, especially since I can always change it on a per hand basis).
The multi-hand Power House is exceptional-color-coded wins, glowing hands, and a waterfall of cards on the draw are real celebratory touch, even if all I pulled in is a pair of Jacks.
Power House Double Up Feature.
The side game of Double Up is only available in the single-hand Power House game. It lets you take your recent win for a chance to double it in a game of high card.
Power House Pay Table.
One of the biggest indicators of a pay table’s pay out percentage is how it pays for a Full House and a Flush. Great player odds are typically 10/6, so you can be happy knowing that you get 12/8 with Power House video poker.
It does take your Two Pair payout down to a 1:1.
A Royal Flush is paid out at the typical 250:1.