Learn to Play
Video Poker lesson
provides strategies and
pay schedules for two
first is also known as Double Double Jackpot Poker. The
full pay version is 9/6.
9/6, noted in bold below refers to a 9 coin return for a full-house when betting one-coin and 6 coin return for a flush. Therefore, max coin return of 45 and 30 respectively.
second is known as Double Jackpot Poker 8/5
8/5, noted in bold below refers to an 8 coin return for a full-house when betting one-coin and 5 coin return for a flush. Therefore, max coin return of 40 and 25 respectively.
Let’s move on to the strategies
and pay schedule for the 9/6 version.
The paytables below illustrate the payout for specific winning hands and maximum coin return payout.
The Double Double Jackpot Poker version boasts the better overall average return of 100.35% when played with optimum strategy.
As you can see, the
straight at 25
coins and full house at
45 coins is more generous than most Bonus VP paytables.
Generous, too, is the KQJ quads plus the four aces, with or without a fifth card.
Not much of a
players, as it’s second
nature to hold Jacks or better with Aces Faces games, however a higher
yours with these versions.
Therefore, if you are dealt two pair, one pair being Jacks+, it is best to hold that one higher paying pair to grab the quad payout.
Overall Average Payback = 100.35%
Holding both pairs,
card rank is best here to
collect at least the 10-coin reward and keep you in the game.
Overall Average Payback results in a respectable 99.63%.
Video Poker is
followed by Pick ‘Em Poker VP
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