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Reely Poker

7/10
RTP: 96.88%
Software: Reely Poker

Reely Poker Review

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The Reely Poker slots game was produced by the Leander slots design company and is leased out by casinos using many different primary casino platforms. As a standard Leander do not include the house edge information of their slots games, however some casino do list this information in the game help files. It is not clear whether their games are configurable and as such you should treat the information in this review as a guideline only when playing at a casino that does not explicitly state the house edge they use.

An interesting poker/slots crossover game.

This game is a 5 reel game, with 30 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline. In the main slots game, the suit of the symbols is irrelevant, all you’re looking for is matching symbols.

The ‘Joker’ symbol is wild.

There are two bonus features when playing Reely Poker. The first can be active on every spin and can be found at the top right hand side of the reels. Turning the ‘Slots Poker’ feature on places an additional wager of 10 coins on every spin. Now you select one of the three rows to become a poker hand. If at the end of the spin you hold the best poker hand, your bet is paid at 3:1. It’s worth noting that the Joker wild symbol does not count in any poker hand and if you receive 2 of the same symbol with the same suit in your hand, one of them is not counted.

The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more symbols with the word ‘Bonus’ on them anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing a number of poker hands equal to the number of Bonus symbols you receive. In the style of Texas Hold ‘Em the community cards are dealt out. Any hands that are dealt a hand from the paytable are paid and any hand that received 2 pairs or better continues on to the next round. Rounds will keep being played until no hands are dealt 2 pairs or better.

Closing Thoughts

Reely Poker is a fairly good game that offers an interesting twist on the standard slots game, but when Kings of Chicago can be found at Net Entertainment casinos, has a similar poker/slots twist and costs less to play there’s not much reason to search out Reely Poker.

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