Joker Poker Video Poker

5,000.00 fun points


Game description

Joker Poker Video Poker game is without a doubt a catchy game for avid players. So, if you want the ultimate poker experience, then you should look no further than the Joker Poker Video Poker. As the name says, this game features the jokers and it also has a surprise for its players: the double game. Your win can be doubled by selecting a card that’s higher than the one you have revealed. This game implies the use of a deck with 53 cards. So, besides the regular cards, you also get the Joker. This special card has the same role as the other cards, but it’s called the wild card because it will help you obtain a winning combination. This game is different from all the other video poker games because you will always be always looking for the Joker. Out of 10 hands, only one will include a Joker. Therefore, the game is exciting and out of the ordinary.
In order to win a Joker Poker game you must have hands like 4 cards of the same value and a joker or a royal flush. For the royal flush you don’t need the joker. You must just have 10, J, Q, K and A of the same suit.


In Video Poker only the ranking of the hands is the same as in table poker. Since the game is played on a machine, your only objective is to get the best-paying hand. The machine deals a five card hand. You may keep or throw away as many cards as you like by activating the appropriate button underneath every card. After selecting the card(s) you want to hold or discard, press on "deal/draw." The cards you didn?t want to hold are replaced with new cards. If the new hand contains a winning combination, you get paid.


Jokers Wild is played with a 53-card deck, the regular 52-card deck plus a joker. The joker is a wild card, and can be used as any card you want. This increases the chance of getting a winning combination. On average the joker appears in about one out of every ten hands, making this a uniquely different game.

Jokers Wild hand rankings :

The winning hands for Jokers Wild, from highest to lowest are:
Royal Flush without the joker - A, K, Q, J, and 10 of the same suit.
Five of a Kind ? Four same-value cards plus the joker.

The following hands may be made with or without the joker:?
Joker Royal Flush ? A royal flush where one of the five cards is the joker.
Straight Flush ? Five consecutive cards in the same suit, for instance 8, 9, 10, J and Q.
Four of a Kind ? A hand with four cards of the same value.
Full House - Three cards of one value, and two cards of another value.
Flush ? Any five cards of the same suit, in no particular order.
Straight ? Any five consecutive cards, such as J, 10, 9, 8 and 7, but not in the same suit.
Three of a Kind ? Any three cards of the same value.
Two Pair ? A hand containing two pairs, such as two Tens and two Aces.
Pair of Jacks or Better ? A pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces makes up the lowest paying hand, (hence the name).