Game OvervieuwThe pay table below shows part of the reason why the game is so popular. The full pay version has a pay back of just over 100% coming in at 100.17%. You can identify this version by looking at the pays for the full house, flush and straight which are 10/7/5 respectively. Of course as you can see below you have to play five coins to have any chance at getting the highest possible payback.
IntroductionVideo poker made its entry to the casino in the seventies; and is today one of the most popular forms of gambling. For the player who likes a game of skill, a low house edge, the possibility of large wins, and the anonymity of playing alone there is nothing else that can compare to video poker. The rules of video poker are simple; you play 1 to 5 coins, the machine give you five cards, you choose which to hold and which to discard, the machine replaces your discards and pays you off according to the value of your hand. You may have heard the adage that the "house always has the advantage." Video poker is an exception to that rule. If you look for the most liberal pay tables, and play them properly, you can have a thin advantage. Some pay tables, which are slightly in the machine's favor, can return over 100%, if you factor in incentives such as cash back, free play, mailers, and other comps.
RulesFollowing are the rules for standard video poker:
1-Hand, 3-Hands and 25-HandsOur casino has variuos Video Poker games. All these games come in 1-Hand, 3-Hands and 25-Hands.
PayoutsSee Paytable in the game.