Tens or Better Video Poker
Tens or Better Video Poker Highlights
While Tens or Better video poker may seem like an attempt to expand the playing field for video poker enthusiasts, players may not like the 6/5 odds it offers.
All in all, the 3Dice Jacks or Better video poker game, with its 9/6 payout percentage, would be a more player-friendly option-despite the strategy for play being fairly similar between the two.
(By 6/5 odds, I mean to say that Tens or Better pays 6:1 for a Full House and 5:1 for a Flush-both fairly house-happy odds).
You can play a single-hand game or a multi-hand game of Tens or Better at 3Dice Casino. Wagers will start at $.10 for single-hand play, and can go up to $10.00.
In multi-hand Tens or Better, the minimum wager is $.25 and the maximum total wager is $10.00. You can play from 5 to 50 hands at a time, with the $10.00 max wager capping the number of hands played at certain coin sizes.
Playing Tens or Better Video Poker.
The classic, single-hand Tens or Better game looks just like it would in a casino or in a bar next to the bowl of peanuts. What it lacks in luster it makes up for in customization and features.
Auto-hold, auto-play, a high-card side game of Double-Up where you can try your chance at doubling your win, speed and sound control-you name it, 3Dice has thought of a way to put you in control of it.
The 3Dice Casino design team did me a great service by making their multi-hand video poker games so easy to play, follow, and understand.
Multi-hand Tens or Better has a self-multiplying pay table, color-coded winning hands, and a way to effectively tally everything. Multi-hand games are a must if you’re short on time, but high on poker.
Play Tens or Better (or better yet, play Jacks or Better for better odds) at 3Dice Casino.