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Multi-Hand Video Poker

Match winning combinations of hand ranks in any hand to win. Click 'Paytable' to see the payouts for each combination.

You get 5 cards face up on the deal and can choose to hold or discard any of them, then draw from the deck for your discards to make your best 5-card poker hand. With multi-hand versions, each hand in a game gets the same 5-card deal and hold cards, but then each hand will draw independently from its own deck, so you'll have many chances to draw a winning hand.

How to Play

  • Select the Coin Value and # Coins bet per hand to establish your Total Bet for each game.
  • Click Deal to receive a 5-card poker hand face up.
  • Click on any Card to hold it. All unmarked cards will be discarded. Click on a marked card again to unmark it.
  • Click Draw to discard your unmarked cards and draw replacement cards for each hand.

As each hand draws from its deck, the resulting hand will be displayed along with the amount of coins paid for any winning combination according to the Paytable, based on the number of coins bet per hand.

The Payout display shows the total amount of chips paid to your account balance for all winning hands in the game.


Aces & Eights is a form of Jacks or Better with a bonus given to certain 4-of-a-Kind hands. In regular Jacks or Better, 4-of-a-Kind hands pay 25 coins per coin bet. Aces & Eights pays 80 coins on hands with 4 Aces or 4 Eights. Get an Ace kicker with the Eights or an Eight kicker with the Aces, and the payout doubles to 160 coins!

Aces & Faces is another form of Jacks or Better with a bonus given to certain 4-of-a-Kind hands. In regular Jacks or Better, 4-of-a-Kind hands pay 25 per coin. Aces & Faces pays 40 on 4-of-Kind hands in Jacks, Queens and Kings. Get four Aces, and the payout is doubled to 80 per coin.

Bonus Poker pays a bonus on certain Four-of-a-Kind hands. Normally, Four-of-a-Kind pays 25 per coin, but with Bonus Poker it pays 40 per coin on four 2s, four 3s and four 4s. Get four Aces, and the payout zooms to 200 per coin!

Bonus Poker Deluxe is another form of Jacks or Better with a bonus given to 4-of-a-Kind hands. In regular Jacks or Better, 4-of-a-Kind hands pay 25 per coin. Regular Bonus Poker pays 40 and Double Bonus Poker pays 80 on 4-of-a-Kind hands in Twos, Threes and Fours. Bonus Poker Deluxe pays 80 on all 4-of-a-Kind hands (Deuces through Aces).

Crazy 8s is an exciting game of draw poker where you only need a pair of Jacks or Better to win, but if you get four 8s in a hand, you win a bonus of 200 per coin bet over a normal 4-of-a-Kind payout. Get four 8s and an Ace, and the bonus jumps to 350. That's crazy!

Deuces & Joker Wild combines Deuces Wild with Joker Poker for more exciting Video Poker action. This game uses a 53-card deck with one Joker. The Joker and all four 2s (deuces) are wildcards, meaning they can act as any other card in the deck. You need a 3-of-a-Kind or better to win, but with five cards wild in rank and suit, it's easier to draw winning combinations.

Deuces Wild is a fun game of draw poker where all 2's ('deuces') are wildcards, meaning they can act as any other card in the deck. You need a 3-of-a-Kind or better to win, but Deuces are wild in both rank and suit to make it easier to draw a winning combination.

Double Bonus Poker is a form of Jacks or Better similar to Bonus Poker, but with a double bonus given to 4-of-a-Kind hands in Twos, Threes and Fours. In regular Jacks or Better, these 4-of-a-Kind hands pay 25 per coin, but where Bonus Poker pays 40, Double Bonus Poker pays 80!

Double Double Bonus is a form of Jacks or Better similar to Double Bonus Poker, but with a double-double bonus given to certain 4-of-a-Kind hands in Twos, Threes and Fours. In regular Jacks or Better, these 4-of-a-Kind hands pay 25 per coin, but where Double Bonus Poker pays 80, Double Double Bonus Poker pays 160 when the kicker (5th card) is Ace through Four. Get four Aces with a Two, Three or Four kicker, and the payout leaps to 400 per coin!

Double Joker Poker uses a 54-card deck with two Jokers as wildcards, meaning they can serve as any other card in the deck. Winning hand ranks start at two pair.

Jacks or Better is a classic game of draw poker where you only need a Pair of Jacks or better to win.

Joker Poker uses a 53-card deck with one Joker as a wildcard, meaning it can serve as any other card in the deck. Winning hand ranks start at a pair of Aces.

One-Eyed Jacks are the Jack of Hearts and the Jack of Spades, so named because the face is in profile and only shows one eye. In this game these two cards are wild in both suit and rank, meaning they can serve as any other card to help make a winning combination. The Jack of Diamonds and the Jack of Clubs are not wild, they must play according to their rank and suit.

Tens or Better takes the classic game of Jacks or Better draw poker and makes it easier to get a winning hand. A pair of Tens or better will do the trick!





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