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Slotland Launches New Video Poker Game "All American"

Internet casino Slotland has announced the release of their newest video poker game "All American", which expands the site's library.

Slotland's new game is a one deck video poker game that features a red, white, and blue color motif and has a five card draw system. The game has a standard payout table, with the highest paying hand being a Royal Flush.

The game's payout hierarchy is as follows (low to high):

  • Jacks or Better
  • Two Pair
  • Three of a Kind
  • Straight
  • Flush
  • Full House
  • Four of a Kind
  • Straight Flush
  • Royal Flush

Commenting on the game's release Slotland Casino Manager Michael Hilary said, "Video poker is an easy game to play and it moves along quite quickly. Lots of slots players like to switch it up a bit and play a few hands of video poker now and again so we're really pleased to have several for them to choose from now."

To celebrate the game's release Slotland is awarding a $12 free chip to all players from February 4th-7th. To redeem the code players need to enter the code: 12FREEBIE.

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4 February 2016 - 10:40pm
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It's nice to see another game at Scotland because I must say they didn't have so much on that casino. I like video poker games so this one will be definitely one that I'll try out.

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4 February 2016 - 11:17pm
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For some reason, I love video poker at the land casino, but it just doesn't it for me at the online casinos. I might give it a try sometime, but I would have preferred a new slot. Smile

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For some reason, I love video poker at the land casino, but it just doesn't it for me at the online casinos. I might give it a try sometime, but I would have preferred a new slot. Smile

Yes I'm feeling pretty much the same way about online video poker games still didn't find the perfect one, similar to what I've been playing once at the land based casinos.

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10 February 2016 - 12:54am
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Just a reminder that video poker at Slotland is not "real" video poker. Due to the fact that they allow the progressive jackpot to be won on any game at the casino, they make the royal flush a controlled occurrence based on the chance of winning the jackpot across the site instead of the true odds of being dealt the cards. They do this to make the chances of winning the jackpot the same across all games, and it is far easier to hit a royal flush in a game of randomly dealt video poker (about 1 in 40,000) than it is to hit the jackpot on a slot machine (probably 1 in a million or more, based on their jackpot sizes).

So strictly speaking it is not a "fair" game of video poker as the royal flush will come out far less often than in a properly dealt random game. They do note this on their site so they aren't hiding it from anyone but I'm reminding people just in case a video poker junkie might see the jackpot and think "wow the payback on this machine is insane".

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