Joker Poker VideoPoker

Joker’s are wild in this VideoPoker game

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Jokers are wild and make the highest paying hand with your other four cards.

Joker Poker is a version of Poker that includes the Joker as a wild, so it can be replaced to form a winning combination. How amazing is that? Joker Poker is also known as �?Kings or Better’. When launched, the game will be easy to play as the interface is straightforward to navigate. It looks and feels as if you’re sitting at a real poker table, but just quieter. Start your Joker Poker game when you place your wager.

Cards will then be dealt. Click Hold to keep your cards or simply click on the actual card. Click Deal to receive more cards. Joker Poker displays a Pay Table that explain the value of each winning hand with the highest hand ranging from the Royal Flush to Kings or Better.

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In Joker Poker, it's the joker who'll have you laughing all the way to the bank. In this version of draw poker, the player receives five cards from the dealer and chooses which cards to hold. After the cards are chosen, press Deal to discard unwanted cards and determine the final hand. The player wins if the final hand has a pair of kings or better.

In this online Video Poker game, the Joker acts as a wild card for every hand. This gives the player a chance to win more if they score a 5 of a kind or a wild royal with a joker.


The player is dealt 5 cards from a single deck of cards which is shuffled after the completion of each game. The player chooses which of his cards to keep and which to discard (leaving them un-held). Once the player has chosen which cards to keep and pressed DRAW, any cards not marked HOLD will be discarded and replaced with new ones. This is called drawing cards. After drawing, the outcome of the hand is determined as a winning or losing hand. The player wins, if after drawing cards, the final hand contains at least a pair of kings. If not the hand loses. Cards are re-shuffled after each win / lose outcome.

Hands are ranked in order as follows: pair of kings or higher, 2 pair, 3 of a kind, straight, flush, full house, 4 of a kind, straight flush, wild royal with a joker, 5 of a kind, royal flush and sequential royal.

Jokers are wild.

Video Poker hands are graded based on a pay table.

Cards for each hand are dealt from a single deck.

Cards are shuffled after every hand.

The player may discard up to five cards.


Payouts are based on the pay table displayed in the game.

Payouts increase when the player increases the bet per hand and when they choose to play multiple hands.


Draw Deal - Deals the cards after a bet has been placed or after the player has selected cards to be held.

Bet - The player purchases credits by clicking on chips to put into the game, then decides whether to bet 1-5 coins, each increasing the payout for a winning hand.

Hold - The player simply clicks on cards they wish to keep.

Use the arrow keys to increase and decrease both stake value and number of coins in play.

Double or Nothing

If you have choosen the double or nothing feature and if the player is determined to have a winning hand (as above), then the opportunity to double the amount just won will be offered.

Choose NO: The win is collected.

Choose YES: The player is presented with 5 new cards. One card faces up and four cards face down.

To win now, the player must select one of the four cards that are face down might be higher in value than the value of the face up card shown.

Guess correctly: The player wins and the previous win amount is doubled. The player can then choose to double again or collect. This continues until the player selects NO or loses.

Guess incorrectly: The player loses the bet.

The player can choose to collect at anytime after doubling. The double or nothing feature is capped at the maximum prize level of a Royal Flush. There is a single deck of cards used which is shuffled at the completion of each hand of double or nothing.

Malfunction voids all plays and pay outs. Unresolved bets placed but remaining undecided in incomplete games will become void after 90 days and will be forfeited to charity. Our games have been independently tested in accordance with the AGCC regulations. The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is up to 97.64% when playing 5 coins, 96.52% when playing 1-4 coins and 94.12% when playing the double or nothing feature. This represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company in accordance with the AGCC regulations.