Video Poker Basic RulesPosted in Video Poker on 03/07/2010 04:21 pm by Duncan
Player now presses "Deal" button and new cards will be dealt out where discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. A total 5 cards that you now hold is your final hand. Your finalized hand decides whether you win or suffer a loss.
Single Hand Video Poker
Every 1-hand Electronic-Poker online game can be bet with $.05, Twenty five cents, 50 cents, one dollar or $5.00 and also you might bet on from One to Five coins per hand. Depending on coins wagered, the electronic-poker online game will highlight the payout column for there to be absolutely no misunderstandings as to how much you might be betting with any particular game.
Multi-Hand Electronic-Poker (Three or more hands)
Each Video-Poker online game that has 3 or more hands is usually bet with one cent, $.05, 25 cents, 50 cents or One dollar and you may play from One – 5 coins per hand. Players can choose from 3 hands, Ten hands, Fifty two hands or One hundred hands. If you might be betting with a online game that has 3 or more hands, you can click on "Pay schedule" button to see payout table with correct column highlighted based on coins played.
Every hand wagered by a gambler, cards held by player’s appear. Cards are drawn randomly filling spots. Once a card or cards have been thrown away by a player, they can’t show up in any following hands.
Video Poker Hands (Highest – Lowest)
Video-Poker hands are usually ranked in order, but game-particular pay schedules might vary and are constantly posted on every single video-poker machine.
1: Sequential Royal Flush – exact order and suite (Ten-S, J Spades, QS, KS, AS )
2: Royal Flush – similar suit (10 Hearts, Queen-H, Jack Hearts, A Hearts, King-H)
Three: Straight Flush – in sequence, 5 cards exact suit (Three-S, 4S, Five-S, 6S, 7 spades)
4: Four of ace Kind – 4 cards exact same rank (Six-D, Six-S, Six-C, 6 Hearts)
Five: Full House – Three a type, plus ace pair (Two-H, Two-s, Two-S, Three Hearts, Three-S)
Six: Flush – 5 cards exact suit (2D, 4 Diamonds, Six Diamonds, 8D, Nine Diamonds)
7: Straight – 5 cards in sequence (Three Hearts, Four Clubs, 5H, 6S, Seven-D)
Eight: Three of a Kind – Three cards similar rank (Seven-H, Seven-S, Seven Diamonds)
9: Two Pair – Two pairs different rank (Four Hearts, 4S, 6 Diamonds, Six-S)
Ten: 1 Pair – One pair (2 cards) same rank (K Diamonds, K Hearts)