Prime Poker Games The Basic Rules of Video Poker
Mar 092010
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Gambler now clicks "Deal" button and new cards will be dealt out where discarded (non-held) cards once sat. A total Five cards that you now hold is your final hand. Your finalized hand establishes whether you win or lose.

Single Hand Video Poker

Every 1-hand Electronic Poker game might be bet with five cents, Twenty five cents, 50 cents, one dollar or $5.00 and you may wager on from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on coins played, the electronic-poker game will emphasize the payout column for there to be no confusion as to how much you’re betting with any particular online game.

Multi-Hand Video-Poker (3 or more hands)

Each Electronic-Poker online game that has 3 or much more hands could be played with 1 cent, Five cents, 25 cents, 50 cents or $1.00 and you may possibly bet on from 1 – 5 coins per hand. Players can select from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or One hundred hands. If you’re playing a game that has 3 or more hands, you can click "Pay schedule" button to read payout table with proper column highlighted based on coins wagered.

Each and every hand played by a player, cards held by player’s appear. Cards are drawn randomly filling spots. Once a card or cards have been thrown away by a gambler, they cannot show up in any future hands.

Electronic Poker Hands (Highest – Lowest)

Video-Poker hands are normally ranked in order, but game-particular pay tables may possibly vary and are constantly posted on every electronic poker machine.

One: Sequential Royal Flush – exact order and suite (Ten Spades, JS, Q Spades, K Spades, A Spades )

2: Royal Flush – exact suit (10H, QH, JH, Ace Hearts, King Hearts)

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

Four: Four of a Kind – Four cards exact rank (Six Diamonds, Six Spades, Six-C, Six-H)

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

6: Flush – 5 cards exact same suit (2D, 4 Diamonds, 6D, 8 Diamonds, 9D)

Seven: Straight – 5 cards in sequence (Three Hearts, 4C, Five Hearts, Six-S, 7D)

8: 3 of a Kind – Three cards similar rank (7 Hearts, 7s, Seven-D)

9: Two Pair – 2 pairs different rank (Four-H, Four Spades, 6 Diamonds, 6S)

Ten: 1 Pair – One pair (2 cards) exact rank (King Diamonds, King H)

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