• Video Poker Basic Facts

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    Player now clicks "Deal" button and new cards are dealt where discarded (non-held) cards once sat. A total Five cards that you now hold is your remaining hand. Your finalized hand establishes whether you win or lose.

    Single Hand Electronic Poker

    Each 1-hand Video-Poker game is usually wagered with $.05, 25 cents, $.50, one dollar or $5.00 and also you might wager on from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on coins played, the electronic-poker online game will highlight the payout column for there to be no confusion as to how much you might be playing any specific online game.

    Multi-Hand Electronic Poker (Three or more hands)

    Every Electronic Poker game that has Three or much more hands might be played with one cent, 5 cents, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and also you may possibly play from One – Five coins per hand. Players can choose from Three hands, Ten hands, 52 hands or A hundred hands. If you might be using a game that has Three or more hands, you can press "Pay table" button to read payout table with correct column highlighted based on coins bet.

    Every single hand played by a gambler, cards held by player’s appear. Cards are drawn randomly filling spots. As soon as a card or cards have been thrown away by a gambler, they can not appear in any future hands.

    Video-Poker Hands (Highest – Lowest)

    Electronic Poker hands are normally ranked in order, but game-particular pay tables may vary and are always posted on each and every video poker machine.

    1: Sequential Royal Flush – exact order and suite (Ten-S, Jack Spades, Q Spades, King Spades, Ace Spades )

    2: Royal Flush – exact suit (Ten Hearts, Queen-H, JH, Ace-H, King-H)

    Three: Straight Flush – in sequence, Five cards exact suit (3 Spades, 4 Spades, Five Spades, Six Spades, 7S)

    Four: 4 of ace Kind – Four cards same rank (Six Diamonds, Six Spades, 6C, 6h)

    Five: Full House – Three a type, plus ace pair (2 Hearts, Two-s, 2 Spades, Three Hearts, Three Spades)

    Six: Flush – Five cards exact same suit (2 Diamonds, 4 Diamonds, 6 Diamonds, Eight Diamonds, Nine Diamonds)

    7: Straight – 5 cards in sequence (3 Hearts, Four Clubs, 5 Hearts, 6S, Seven Diamonds)

    8: 3 of a Kind – Three cards similar rank (Seven Hearts, Seven-S, Seven-D)

    9: 2 Pair – Two pairs various rank (4H, 4 Spades, 6 Diamonds, Six-S)

    10: 1 Pair – 1 pair (Two cards) exact rank (K Diamonds, King H)

     March 1st, 2010  Sonny   No comments

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