|Manufacturer:||Net Entertainment||Bet Per Spin:||£0.10 – £500.00|
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|RTP:||99.27%||Game Type:||Table Game|
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Net Entertainment produce a really good-looking range of table games and Oasis Poker is another example of that; the best way to describe it is as a posh version of video poker with some extra interactivity. Keep reading to learn more about this rather addictive game.
When you first load up the game you will be presented with a a fairly standard dealer’s table as you can see from the screenshot above. Oasis Poker is played with a single deck of 52 cards and your aim is to create a better hand than the dealer according to standard high poker rankings.
How To Play Oasis Poker
Place your initial bet by dragging a chip to the ‘Ante’ circle; now press ‘Deal’ and you will receive five cards. The dealer also receives five cards, one of which you will be able to see.
Now you can choose to discard and replace any number of your cards to try and make a stronger hand. Each card you change up to three will cost you the ante amount and this will be totalled in the ‘Draw Cost’ circle on the left hand side; a fourth and fifth draw will reduce the total by one ante bet respectively. When you place your original bet, bear in mind the extra costs involved in the draw.
When your cards have been replaced and you have your final five, you can choose to compare them with the dealer’s or fold. Calling will cost you an extra 1x the ante amount. The dealer must have at least an Ace + King to qualify for the showdown and if that qualification is met, the hands are compared.
If you have a stronger hand than the dealer the payout is 2x your total stake – ante + draw cost + call. If you want to continue you can choose to use the ‘Rebet’ function to quickly place the same wager and carry on.
We’ve enjoyed playing this game as an alternative to video poker; it’s simple, it looks good and there’s a tasty RTP of 99.27% if you play using the best strategy.