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    Cash Draw Poker

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    Poker is a strange game in that it can be extremely sociable or extremely solitary. You can play with a full table, engaging in banter and trash talking while even more spectators watch, or you can play alone and at home, just you versus the computer.

    In Cash Draw Poker by Grand Vision Gaming, it’s very much you and you only – unless you happen to have a bunch of mates round at the time, cheering you on. Stranger things have happened, but not many that spring to mind. The interface, including the buttons at the bottom of the screen, are the same as the ones that crop up in Grand Vision Gaming’s other releases too.

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    There are five game speeds you can select which will determine how fast the cards are dealt. Three is the default setting and this works just fine. There’s a max bet button which, when enabled, will set the bet per deal at 5 coins. There are 5 cards and you can wager between 1 and 5 coins on each, allowing you to bet up to 25 coins at a time. While the graphics are mostly okay, the sound effects are pretty naff, especially those which kick in every time the cards are dealt. They’re not the best thing to this game, to put it mildly. On a brighter note, the playing cards have been nicely designed, with the king and queen symbols the pick of the bunch.

    After the cards have been dealt, you can click on each one in turn to decide whether you’re going to hold or discard it. Above the cards, meanwhile, you can see the value of the poker hands you’re trying to create. Jacks or Better are the lowest winning hand, worth 5 coins, and then rising all the way up to the top prize of 4,000 for a Royal Flush. In between you’ve got Two Pair, 3 of a Kind, Straight, Flush, Full House, 4 of a Kind and Straight Flush. If you’d like to find out more about how Cash Draw Poker works, see the playing guide. When you click on the Menu button in the bottom left, you’ll also notice that you’ve got the ability to select Game Recall and view your playing history.

    Cards on the Table

    Like other games by this developer, the paytable has been designed using a typeface that’s far too small to easily read. It’s just about decipherable on desktop and is way harder on mobile or even on tablet. If you can discern exactly what’s being said however you’ll find that Cash Draw Poker involves a 52 card deck and that it’s a game of five draw poker. This is aces and faces poker in other words, just like the video poker games of that name you’ll find at a great many online casinos. 0 or 1 dealt aces and faces will use the first of the five paytables displayed above. Each additional aces and faces card that’s dealt will enhance the paytable, all the way up to the paytable 5 whose top prize is beefed up to 5,000.

    Draw and Discard

    The enhanced paytable and the final hand of cards you end up with will determine how much you win and, indeed, whether you win anything at all. If there are cards that you don’t want to hold, press Draw and they’ll be discarded. New cards will then be dealt to replace these and so the process will continue. Hold a card and it will be clearly marked as such. If your final hand matches any in the paytable, you’ll win the prize displayed. You can only record one win per game, even if you have more than one winning hand to play, technically, based on your final cards. Cash Draw Poker has an RTP of just under 97%, which is about average for an online poker game.

    Cash Draw Poker Conclusion

    As far as no-nonsense poker games go, Cash Draw Poker is up to the task. If you’re new to poker, it’s an ideal game to play for fun while you get a feel for how the various hands are scored. These are the same hands which are valid in most poker games after all. Once you’re all up to speed though you’ll be able to crack on with the game in earnest, sinking in some of your own coins and choosing to play for real money. With the ability to win up to 4,000 coins, there are certainly incentives to give Cash Draw Poker a real go.

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