Double Joker Video Poker
Double Joker Video Poker Highlights
This particular video poker game is called "Double Joker" because there are two jokers in the deck that is in action. Obviously, because of the two jokers, there is no payout on a pair of Jacks or better.
Coin denominations of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 50 cents, and $1, $2, and $5. The maximum bet is $25 (five coins at $5 each). The player gets five cards on the initial deal, and then makes the decision on which cards to hold before drawing to receive cards to replace those that have been discarded. There are 54 cards in the deck, rather than the customary 52.
Based on the maximum five-coin bet (which is what we recommend), this is the full pay table for Double Joker video poker:
- Royal Flush -- 4000
- Straight Flush -- 125
- 4 of a Kind -- 40
- Full House -- 25
- Flush -- 20
- Straight -- 15
- 3 of a Kind -- 10
- Two Pair -- 5
You'll notice that the player will not be getting paid on a pair. However, there is a payout on two pairs, which is half that of what one would get in the game of Jacks or Better. Also, you'll see that some of the payouts on all of the above winning hands except for the Royal Flush are lower. The Royal Flush pays out 4000 coins, but just 500 for a one-unit bet. There are two other winning hands that are paid out in Double Joker -- the Five of a Kind (250 coins on a five-coin wager) and the Wild Royal Flush (500 coins). Both of those hands are of course, made with the help of one or both of the Jokers.