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How to play Ultimate Video Poker

The best Video Poker in the market. You can play with up to 50 hands across 10 Video Poker Classics! So get ready for a video poker experience that's the best of the best, the Ultimate!

When you join the game you'll be presented with a selection of Video Poker games to choose from:

  1. Aces & Faces
  2. Deuces Wild
  3. Deuces & Joker
  4. Tens or Better
  5. Jacks or Better
  6. Joker Poker
  7. Double Bonus
  8. Double Double Bonus
  9. Triple Bonus
  10. Jacks or Better (pooled Jackpot)

Simply click on your game of choice to play. Each game has slightly different rules, so please see individual games for their variants (described further below).

Aces and Faces

"Aces and Faces" is based on the Video Poker classic Jacks or Better but with enhanced payouts for four of a kind with aces and face cards. Get ready with your cards and win big!

How to Play:

The aim of "Aces and Faces" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better (two Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces) x1
Two Pairs x2
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x5
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x8
Four Number Cards x25
Four Face Cards x40
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Four Aces x80
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

ACES AND FACES is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind with aces and face cards. The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may HOLD (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

ACES AND FACES PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x2
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x5
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x8
Four Number Cards The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Ten and any one other non-matching card. x25
Four Face Cards The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Jack, Queen or King and any one other non-matching card. x40
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Four Aces The hand contains four Aces and any one other non-matching card. x80
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

"TURBO" mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction. "Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The ACES AND FACES game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Aces and Faces Video Poker is 97.15%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.15 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

How to play Deuces Wild

A better chance of winning! With 2s acting as wild cards, you could land even more winning combinations and if you can land four 2s in the deck you'll secure a whopping x200 payout!

How to Play:

"Deuces Wild" is a variation of video poker in which all 2s are wild. Wild cards substitute for any other card in the deck in order to make a better poker hand. The aim of "Deuces Wild" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Three of a Kind x1
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x2
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x2
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x3
Four of a Kind x4
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x13
Five of a Kind x16
Wild Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit, at least one card will be a wild card) x25
Four Deuces x200
Natural Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

DEUCES WILD is a classic video poker game where Deuces (Twos) are wild. The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

DEUCES WILD PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x1
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x2
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x2
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x3
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x4
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x13
Five of a Kind The hand contains five cards of the same numerical denomination (at least one card will be a wild card). x16
Wild Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (at least one card will be a wild card). x25
Four Deuces The hand contains four Deuces and any one other non-matching card. x200
Natural Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (no card may be a wild card). x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight. Deuces (Twos) are wild and may substitute any other card except where specifically excluded.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The DEUCES WILD game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Deuces Wild Video Poker is 96.77%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.77 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Deuces and Joker

Crank up the excitement with Wild 2s and Jokers in the pack! With two sets of wild cards you'll be in with even more chances to turn winning hands.

How to Play:

"Deuces and Joker" is a variation of video poker in which all 2s and Jokers are wild. Wild cards substitute for any other card in the deck in order to make a better poker hand. The aim of "Deuces Wild" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Three of a Kind x1
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x2
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x3
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x3
Four of a Kind x3
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x6
Five of a Kind x9
Wild Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit, at least one card will be a wild card) x12
Four Deuces x25
Natural Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800
Four Deuces and a Joker x2000

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

DEUCES AND JOKER is a classic video poker game where Deuces (Twos) and the Joker are wild.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards plus one Joker. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

DEUCES AND JOKER PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x1
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x2
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x3
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x3
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x3
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x6
Five of a Kind The hand contains five cards of the same numerical denomination (at least one card will be a wild card). x9
Wild Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (at least one card will be a wild card). x12
Four Deuces The hand contains four Deuces (Twos) and any one other non-matching card (Joker may not substitute a Deuce). x25
Natural Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (no card may be a wild card). x800
Four Deuces and a Joker The hand contains four Deuces and the Joker. x2000

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight. Deuces (Twos) and the Joker are wild and may substitute any other card except another wild card or where specifically excluded.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The DEUCES AND JOKER game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Deuces and Joker Video Poker is 99.07%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.07 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Tens or Better

Get paid for a pair of tens! Just like Jacks or Better - but you'll score with more than ten! So get ready for a Ten-tastic time.

How to Play:

"Tens or Better" is a variation of video poker similar to Jacks or Better but where the minimum paying hand is a pair of Tens. The aim of "Tens or Better" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Tens or Better x1
Two Pairs x2
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x5
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x6
Four of a Kind x25
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

TENS OR BETTER is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but where the minimum paying hand is a pair of Tens.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

TENS OR BETTER PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Tens or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Ten, Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x2
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x5
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x6
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x25
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The TENS OR BETTER game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Tens Or Better Video Poker is 99.14%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.14 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Jacks or Better

Our most popular Video Poker game! This popular classic pays out for any hand with a pair of jacks or better.

How to Play:

"Jacks or Better" is the most popular video poker version where any hand with a pair of jacks or better pays out. The aim of "Jacks or Better" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better x1
Two Pairs x2
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x6
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x9
Four of a Kind x25
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

JACKS OR BETTER is a classic video poker game. The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

JACKS OR BETTER PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x2
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x6
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x9
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x25
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The JACKS OR BETTER game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Joker Poker

Classic Video Poker with the addition of a Wild Joker! Everyone loves a Joker and we'll be dishing them out in spades with this Video Poker classic.

How to Play:

"Joker Poker" is a variation of video poker in which Jokers are wild. Wild cards substitute for any other card in the deck in order to make a better poker hand. The aim of "Joker Poker" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Kings or Better x1
Two Pairs x1
Three of a Kind x2
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x3
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x5
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x7
Four of a Kind x17
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Wild Royal Flush ( Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit, at least one card will be a wild card) x100
Five of a Kind x200
Natural Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x1000

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £100

Formal Game Rules:

JOKER POKER is a classic video poker game where the Joker is wild.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards plus one Joker. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

JOKER POKER PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Kings or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x1
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x2
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x3
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x5
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x7
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x17
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Wild Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (at least one card will be a wild card). x100
Five of a Kind The hand contains five cards of the same numerical denomination (at least one card will be a wild card). x200
Natural Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (no card may be a wild card). x1000

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight. The Joker is wild and may substitute any other card except where specifically excluded.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The JOKER POKER game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game Joker Wild. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Joker Poker Video Poker is 98.60%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.60 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Double Bonus

Get your Double Bonus here! Land any four of a kind combo and you'll land yourself a juicy bonus payout.

How to Play:

"Double Bonus" is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind. The aim of "Double Bonus" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better x1
Two Pairs x1
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x5
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x6
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x9
Four Fives through Kings x50
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Four Twos through Fours x80
Four Aces x160
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

DOUBLE BONUS is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

DOUBLE BONUS PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x1
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x5
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x6
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x9
Four Fives through Kings The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Five to King and any one other non-matching card. x50
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Four Twos through Fours The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Four and any one other non-matching card. x80
Four Aces The hand contains four Aces and any one other non-matching card. x160
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The DOUBLE BONUS game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Double Double Bonus

The bonuses will keep coming with this version of Jacks or Better that offers even more if you are landing any Four of a Kind combo. Get twice the bonus here!

How to Play:

"Double Double Bonus" is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind. The aim of "Double Double Bonus" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better x1
Two Pairs x1
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x5
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x8
Four Fives through Kings x50
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Four Twos through Fours x80
Four Aces x160
Four Twos through Fours with Ace, Two, Three or Four x160
Four Aces with Two, Three or Four x400
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

DOUBLE DOUBLE BONUS is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

DOUBLE DOUBLE BONUS PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x1
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x5
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x8
Four Fives through Kings The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Five to King and any one other non-matching card. x50
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Four Twos through Fours The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Four and any one other non-matching card. x80
Four Aces The hand contains four Aces and any one other non-matching card. x160
Four Twos through Fours with Ace, Two, Three or Four The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Four and one other non-matching card which is an Ace, Two, Three or Four. x160
Four Aces with Two, Three or Four The hand contains four Aces and one other non-matching card which is a Two, Three or Four. x400
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The DOUBLE DOUBLE BONUS game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Double Double Bonus Video Poker is 96.80%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.80 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Triple Bonus

The bonuses will keep coming with this version of Jacks or Better that offers even more if you landing any Four of a Kind combo. Get triple the bonus here!

How to Play:

"Triple Bonus" is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind. The aim of "Triple Bonus" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better x1
Two Pairs x1
Three of a Kind x2
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x6
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x9
Four Fives through Kings x50
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Four Twos through Fours x80
Four Aces x160
Four Twos through Fours with Ace, Two, Three or Four x400
Four Aces with Two, Three or Four x800
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet 1p
Max. bet £200

Formal Game Rules:

TRIPLE BONUS is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with enhanced payout for four of a kind.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen and may be adjusted using the associated + and - buttons. You may bet up on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

TRIPLE BONUS PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x1
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x2
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x6
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x9
Four Fives through Kings The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Five to King and any one other non-matching card. x50
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Four Twos through Fours The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Four and any one other non-matching card. x80
Four Aces The hand contains four Aces and any one other non-matching card. x160
Four Twos through Fours with Ace, Two, Three or Four The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination in the range Two to Four and one other non-matching card which is an Ace, Two, Three or Four. x400
Four Aces with Two, Three or Four The hand contains four Aces and one other non-matching card which is a Two, Three or Four. x800
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit. x800

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The TRIPLE BONUS game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.

Return to Player (RTP):

The expected return to player for Triple Bonus Video Poker is 98.15%.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.15 of wins.

This expected return is based on correct player choices where strategy is involved.

Jacks or Better Progressive

Jacks or Better is one of the most popular Video Poker games in the world and now you can land a pooled jackpot if you turn the top hand there is - a Spade Royal Flush.

How to Play:

"Jacks or Better Progressive" is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with a pooled jackpot for a Spade Royal Flush. The aim of "Jacks or Better Progressive" is to first draw five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and then draw a second time where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands that will payout in accordance with the pay table below.

First you need to choose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play. You can play different coin sizes per hand and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 hands per game. To begin, click "PLAY".

After you have clicked "PLAY" you get 5 cards dealt and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. Now you can select which cards you would like to hold. When you click "DRAW" the second game interaction starts and all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted. Any cards that have not been held will be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Turbo is off: You can control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Change Game: If you click on that button you can change between the different variants of Video Poker we offer.

Pay table:

Hands Payout
Jacks or Better x1
Two Pairs x2
Three of a Kind x3
Straight (5 cards of sequential rank) x4
Flush (5 cards of the same suit) x5
Full House (3 matching cards of one rank & 2 matching cards of another rank) x7
Four of a Kind x25
Straight Flush (hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit) x50
Royal Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit) x800
Spade Royal Flush Jackpot

Min./Max Bets:

Min. bet £2,50
Max. bet £125

Formal Game Rules:

JACKS OR BETTER PROGRESSIVE is a classic video poker game similar to Jacks or Better but with a progressive jackpot.

The active coin size is shown in the bottom left of the play screen. You may bet up on up to fifty hands on each draw by setting the hand quantity using the associated + and - buttons.

The game consists of a draw of five cards with the opportunity to hold cards and a second draw where any non-held cards are discarded and replaced with the objective of forming winning poker hands in accordance with the pay table.

The game is commenced by pressing "PLAY" and this action being registered on our servers. This will cause the bet indicated on screen to be placed. Once the game has been commenced the game cannot be discontinued and the bet amount will be deducted from your account.

Pressing "PLAY" will cause a hand of five cards to be drawn from the deck and displayed as a "master hand" at the centre bottom of the screen. You may "HOLD" (or un-hold) cards by clicking on them. Any cards held in the master hand will also be held in all and any additional hands in the upper part of the screen.

The computer may automatically hold cards which are likely to form a winning hand. This does not constitute a recommendation and is not a guarantee that a winning hand will be the highest winning hand achievable from the draw. The player is at liberty to un-hold automatically held cards by clicking on them.

Pressing "DRAW" constitutes a further game interaction and will cause any cards that have not been held to be discarded from the hand(s) and new cards drawn to replace them.

Each draw for each hand is based on a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Each draw is completely random and independent. It is not affected by previous draws. Each hand is independent of any other hands in the same draw save that any held cards are held in common.

Wins are paid in accordance with the following pay table:

JACKS OR BETTER PROGRESSIVE PAY TABLE
Win Definition Pays
Jacks or Better The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination of value Jack, Queen, King or Ace, and any other three non-matching cards. x1
Two Pairs The hand contains two cards of the same numerical denomination, a further two matching cards of a second denomination and any one other non-matching card. x2
Three of a Kind The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination, and any other two non-matching cards. x3
Straight The hand contains a combination of five cards of any suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x4
Flush The hand contains a combination of five cards of the same suit. x5
Full House The hand contains three cards of the same numerical denomination and two matching cards of a second denomination. x7
Four of a Kind The hand contains four cards of the same numerical denomination and any one other non-matching card. x25
Straight Flush The hand contains five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical sequence. x50
Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit (not Spades). x800
Spade Royal Flush The hand contains the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of Spades Jackpot

The amounts shown in the pay table are coin multipliers not currency amounts and multiply the active coin size, except the Jackpot which wins the Progressive Jackpot. Only one win, the highest win, is awarded on an individual hand. The Ace normally counts as a high card, though can count as a low card in the formation of a straight.

TURBO mode affects only the display speed of the results and does not affect the outcome itself.

PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT: A percentage of each bet placed on Jacks or Better Progressive is contributed towards the progressive jackpot. The progressive jackpot is awarded when a player draws a Royal Flush containing the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of Spades. Please note that it is the progressive value on the server that is used when the progressive is paid out. A small discrepancy may arise due to the delay between the initial progressive being displayed and the progressive value that is actually won and paid out. In the event of drawing a Spade Royal Flush in more than one hand in the same draw the displayed Progressive Jackpot will be awarded to the first such winning hand and a value equal to the "seed" value of the Progressive Jackpot shall be awarded to other such winning hands, the seed value being 2,000 in the units of currency of play. In the event of two or more players appearing to win the jackpot simultaneously, the winner will be the player who has been recorded on the game server as first winning the jackpot. All progressive winnings will be subject to final confirmation by the Operator.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Messages to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted. If you have not commenced the game when you are disconnected, the game will not take place. If you have commenced the game when you are disconnected the game status will be recorded on the game servers and the bet will stand and the outcome will be reflected in your account status.

In the event a game is partway through when the disconnection occurs, reconnecting and re-selecting the game should enable the game to recommence at the point at which disconnection occurred. If you have wagered and/or carried out any game interaction when you are disconnected, the result of that interaction will be recorded on the game servers and any bet(s) will stand and the outcome will be reflected in the game state and your account status. If a game cannot be recommenced in this way it is considered a malfunction.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any bets you have placed and the circumstances in which they were made.

Note that if you attempt to reconnect to a game after the last possible player interaction in a hand, you may not see the completion of the hand however your account balance will be updated to reflect the outcome. This is not considered a malfunction.

"Malfunction voids all pays and plays" - in other words your bet and any outcome are void in the event of a malfunction.

In the event that these Formal Game Rules contradict other information about the game these Formal Game Rules shall take precedence. These Game Rules do not take precedence over the main Service Terms and Conditions.

Credits: The JACKS OR BETTER PROGRESSIVE game is an original Gamesys development based on the traditional video poker game of the same name. Copyright Gamesys Ltd, All Rights Reserved.