Money Fever is a variation of Jacks or Better. In this game there are a few differences that may make you change the game you play. Money Fever can be found in online and land casinos, but never as a progressive game. In Money Fever you will be given five cards based on five card draw. You can hold all or none of the cards, or a specific number of the five cards. It is up to you for which cards to hold. The object of the game is to get the best possible poker hand out of five cards and the replacement cards you are issued. To be guaranteed a win you need at least a pair of Jacks or Better. This is the similarity to Jacks or Better; from here things will change.
When you receive a flush there is a bonus feature with Money Fever not found in Jacks or Better. If you get a flush, you will receive a bonus for every card that appears in your final hand that is of the same suit to the flush that triggered the bonus in the first place. This bonus will last for seven hands. An example of this is below:
If you had a flush of spades with the 7, 4, J, 5, and 10 then any hand within seven that has a spade will earn you a bonus. For example if you get three of a kind as in nines with one being a spade and the others the heart and diamond, you will receive a bonus for that hand. If you have more than one spade or whatever suit that won the flush, you will receive a bonus for each card. In this case say you managed to make a straight with the 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and the 5, 8, and 9 are spades- you would receive a bonus time three.