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Video Poker Basic Rules

March 22nd, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Gambler now clicks "Deal" button and new cards will be dealt out where discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. A total Five cards that you now hold is your finalized hand. Your finalized hand ascertains whether you win or lose.

Single Hand Video Poker

Each 1-hand Electronic-Poker game is usually played with 5 cents, $.25, 50 cents, $1.00 or $5.00 and also you may play from One to Five coins per hand. Depending on coins wagered, the electronic poker game will highlight the payout column for there to be simply no misunderstandings as to how much you’re wagering with any specific online game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (Three or more hands)

Every single Video-Poker game that has Three or a lot more hands could be played with 1 cent, Five cents, $.25, 50 cents or $1.00 and you might wager on from One – Five coins per hand. Players can choose from 3 hands, Ten hands, 52 hands or One hundred hands. If you are employing a online game that has Three or more hands, you can click "Pay schedule" button to see pay out table with proper column highlighted based on coins played.

Every hand wagered by a gambler, cards held by player’s appear. Cards are drawn randomly filling spots. As soon as a card or cards have been discarded by a gambler, they can’t appear in any subsequent hands.

Video Poker Hands (Highest – Lowest)

Video-Poker hands are usually ranked in order, but game-specific pay schedules might vary and are always posted on each electronic poker machine.

1: Sequential Royal Flush – exact order and suite (10s, Jack-S, Queen-S, K Spades, A Spades )

Two: Royal Flush – similar suit (Ten Hearts, Q Hearts, JH, A Hearts, KH)

3: Straight Flush – in sequence, 5 cards exact suit (Three Spades, 4 Spades, Five-S, 6 Spades, 7 spades)

4: Four of ace Kind – 4 cards similar rank (Six-D, 6 Spades, Six-C, Six-H)

5: Full House – 3 ace kind, plus a pair (2H, 2 diamonds, Two Spades, Three Hearts, 3S)

Six: Flush – Five cards similar suit (2D, Four-D, Six Diamonds, Eight-D, 9 Diamonds)

Seven: Straight – Five cards in sequence (3 Hearts, Four Clubs, 5H, Six-S, 7D)

8: 3 of a Kind – 3 cards exact same rank (Seven-H, 7 spades, 7 Diamonds)

9: Two Pair – Two pairs several rank (Four Hearts, Four Spades, 6D, Six-S)

Ten: 1 Pair – 1 pair (Two cards) same rank (KD, K Hearts)

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