Jacks or Better 10-line is a progressive video poker jackpot that used to be available at online casinos that had games from Playtech. We tracked this jackpot starting from December 2009 and on average it paid €9,515 per win and was won every 3 weeks.
This jackpot is no longer available to be won.
This game is a twist of the classical Jacks or Better poker game. The twist is in the 10 hands you play simultaneously. Jack or Better 10-line follows the conventional poker hands apart from one. You need to have at least a pair of Jacks or higher to win.
One of the ten hands you play is the Jackpot Hand, the main hand dominating the screen. The other nine smaller hands fill the area above it. Each hand is dealt out of a separate 52-card deck. All the 10 hands need to be played at the same time so when you have chosen your bet size the round actually costs you ten times the amount.
The Jackpot hand is dealt first and you choose which of the cards to hold. The cards you have chosen are then held across the other nine hands. The cards are dealt a final time. Your winnings are collected on every hand that has spun a winning poker hand. You wager more in this game, as you are betting ten times the bet amount, but you have ten times the chance to win. This gives the game a quick pace.
The progressive jackpot is won when you spin a Royal Flush on the Jackpot Hand after you have wagered the maximum bet. Only the Royal Flush on the Jackpot Hand wins you the jackpot, if you get a Royal Flush on any other hand you take home a comforting 4 000 coins. It is a quick and fun game with a progressive jackpot won quite often.