Joker Poker 1 Hand

Game Description

In this game of draw poker, jokers are wild cards and can be used to build winning hands. Start with a hand of five cards, and select which ones you want to keep. Discard the rest and replace them with new ones by hitting draw. A pair of Kings is the minimal hand needed to win a payout, and if you do win, you'll get the opportunity to proceed to a Double or Nothing Round. Face off with the dealer, who will pick a card and reveal it to you. Simply select a card of higher value from the four facedown cards on the screen, and you'll be on your way to doubling your winnings.

 

Features

 

Rules

  • Hands are graded based on the pay table.
  • Cards are dealt from a single deck.
  • Cards are re-shuffled each hand.
  • The player has the option to discard up to five cards.

Hand Values

Hands are ranked in order of:

  • Kings or better
  • 2 pair
  • Straight
  • Flush
  • Full House
  • 4 of a kind
  • Straight Flush
  • Wild Royal with Joker
  • 5 of a kind
  • Royal Flush
  • Sequential Royal

Also Jokers's are wild and can be used to create other winning hands.

Please see the paytable on the current machine for more information.

The Player Can Win if:

  • The final hand is at least a pair of Kings.

The Player Loses if:

  • The final hand does NOT meet the minimum hand of at least a pair of Kings.

 

Player Actions/Button Descriptions

  • Bet - The player purchases credits by clicking on chips to put into the game, then decides whether to bet 1-5 coins, each increasing the payout for a winning hand.
  • Bet One - Clicking 'Bet One' bets one coin each time it is clicked up to a maximum of five coins.
  • Bet Max - Clicking 'Max Bet' bets five coins and deals the cards.
  • Draw Deal - Deals the cards after a bet has been place or after cards have be selected to be 'held'.
  • Hold - The player clicks on the cards it wishes to keep.
  • Cash Out - Click on the red 'Cash/Out' button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.
  • Payout - Payouts are based on the pay table.

 

Single Hand Video Poker

  • Each Video Poker game that consists of one hand can be played for $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1, and $5. 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.
  • Single credits can be inserted into the Video Poker Machine by clicking the coin-slot in the bottom right corner.

 

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.

 

Video Poker Hands (Highest To Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Royal flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight flush in sequence, five cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a kind four cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full house 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush five cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight five cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a kind three cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 pair 2 pairs of different rank JH, JD, KS, KC
1 pair 1 pair (two cards) of the same rank KS,KC