This game is based on the game of Jacks or Better but offers a higher payout percentage for getting Four of a Kind. Video Poker is a casino game in which skill plays an important role.
It is a type of video poker game that is found in all online casino softwares. Here the discarded cards are reshuffled back into the deck. A player is paid or awarded a bonus if he receives a card on ‘draw’ that he/she has already discarded. This is termed ‘redraw bonus’. Bonus Video Poker is available in Deuces Wild, Double Bonus, Jacks or Better, Joker Poker, Tens or Better and some progressive video poker jackpots. In Bonus Video Poker the player is given an option of playing 3, 5, or 10 pay lines. The redraw bonus varies from 16% to 20% in the types of Bonus Video Poker games.
How to Play Bonus Video Poker
• Click on the pay table found on the top of the game
• Click ‘Deal’ – here 5 cards are dealt
• Now you are given the option to ‘hold’ and redraw cards
• Winnings are credited accordingly.
Winnings hands are determined by the following Poker Hands:
Royal Flush – a combination of the same suit of cards i.e. Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten
Four Aces with any 2s, 3s or 4s – a combination of Four Aces with a two, three or four
Four 2s, 3s or 4s with any Ace, two, three, or four – a combination of four 2s, 3s, or 4s along with an Ace, two, three or four
Four of a Kind – a combination of four Aces
Straight Flush – a combination of five cards of the suit in sequence
Four of a Kind (2s, 3s or 4s) – a combination of four 2s, 3s or 4s.
Four of a Kind (5s through to King’s) – a combination of four cards of the same value, not cards like Aces, 2s, 3s or 4s.
Full House – a combination of three cards of the same value and two cards of another value.
Flush – a combination of five cards of the same suit
Straight – a combination of five cards of different suits in sequence.
Three of a Kind – a combination of three cards of the same value and any two other cards
Two Pairs – a combination of two pairs and any other card or a pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces and three different cards.
Double Bonus Video Poker – This is another version of Bonus Video Poker and is a variation of Jacks or Better and is identical to the basis of the game, paying a bonus for Four Aces than a regular Jacks or Better. Like the standard rules of a video poker game, a player is dealt with five cards and one redraw. In order to win, he needs to build his hand with a pair of jacks or better.
Double Double Bonus Video Poker – In Double Double Bonus Video Poker the game pays off extra for pairs. This is one step higher than the Double Bonus Video Poker version and is also a variation of Jacks or Better. It offers bonus payoffs for different types of Four of a Kind. Double Double Bonus Video Poker offer 100% return when played with a proper strategy.