Jacks Or Better 52 Hands

Game Description

In this game of Draw Poker, your goal is, as the name suggests, to get a pair of Jacks or Better. Get dealt a hand of five cards, and choose which ones you want to keep. Hit "draw" and replace the unwanted cards with fresh new ones. Bet between one and five coins for each hand, but keep in mind the more you bet, the higher your payouts will be. Bet five coins on a Royal Flush, and pocket a cool 4,000 coins. See the paytable on the game screen for further details.





  • Hands are ranked using the pay table.
  • Cards are dealt from 1 deck.
  • Cards are re-shuffled for each hand.
  • You can discard up to 5 cards.


  • A pair of Jacks or higher
  • 2 pairs
  • 3 of a kind
  • Straight
  • Flush
  • Full House
  • 4 of a kind
  • Straight Flush
  • Royal Flush

You win if you have at least a pair of Jacks.


Player Actions/Button Descriptions

  • Bet - Used to bet 1-5 coins after they have purchased credits by clicking on chips.
  • Bet One - Bets one coin each time it's pressed, up to a max of 5 coins.
  • Bet Max - Bets 5 coins and starts the deal.
  • Draw Deal - Deals the cards after a bet has been placed or after put on hold.
  • Hold - Used to keep the cards in hand.
  • Cash Out - A red button used to stop playing and cash out credits and winnings.
  • Payout - Payouts are based on the pay table.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)

  • Each Video Poker game that consists of three or more hands can be played for $0.01, $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, and $1. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of three or more hands, you can click on the 'Pay Table' button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.
  • In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands. 
  • You must have a $5 account balance to play multi-hand video poker.