Sevens Wild Multihand is an online video poker game that is powered by Realtime Gaming. Anyone who had played RTG’s Sevens Wild poker will be familiar with the setup of the multihand version of the game. As with the standard sevens wild game, the look of this game is very clean with the same card suit wallpaper used as a background.
The dragon still appears in the top right hand corner of the casino screen but is slightly smaller as the Multihand text is displayed underneath. Where the paytable used to be has been replaced with the 52 decks of cards that are used to produce the gaming results. On the left-hand side of the screen is a winnings paytable that displays all the card combinations that a player has created in that round.
Game Setup and Buttons
In Sevens Wild Multihand video poker, when players click on the winnings paytable, the full paytable will appear displaying the total payouts for all the different card combinations. As with the original game, players can bet from one coin up to five coins on every round. At the bottom of the screen are standard game buttons, namely the bet one, bet max and deal buttons. Players can increase or decrease the number of coins bet by clicking on the bet one button. At the bottom right hand side of the screen is the total number of coins bet, the number of credits available and the total credits won.
How to Start Playing
Like in many other options available now, in Sevens Wild Multihand video poker, the game begins with players selecting their bet amount. This can be down by clicking on the bet one or bet max buttons. Once the bet is made, players can then click on the deal button. The computer will then deal five cards. The aim of multihand poker remains the same. As with standard five card draw and sevens wild, the aim of multihand poker is to create the best possible combination using the dealt cards. In this game the sevens are wild and can be used to substitute for other cards to form a winning combination.
In Sevens Wild Multihand poker, after the first draw, players can elect to keep or discard any cards in their hand. Players can keep cards by clicking on the card itself. The deal button will then be replaced with a draw button. Players can then click on the draw button to swap out the cards. After the second draw is made, the computer will automatically determine if the player has a winning hand.
Playing All 52 Hands at Once
In Sevens Wild Multihand poker, the biggest difference in the game is the fact that 52 hands are all played at the same time. When the final draw is made all 52 hands are displayed on the screen. Players can hover over each hand to magnify the results. The winning paytable on the left-hand side of the screen will display how many of each card combination the player has achieved in that round. In this game the minimum paying hand is three of a kind. The maximum paying hand in multihand poker is the Royal flush, which pays out the games jackpot of 4000 coins.