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Games Information - ACES & EIGHTS VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Special payline in the paytable for 4 Aces, eights, or sevens.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - ALL AMERICAN VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - BONUS DEUCES WILD VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

2’s are wild. In the Double or Nothing round, wild 2's rank higher than all other cards. Special paylines in the paytable for 5 of-a-kind.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - BONUS POKER VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Unique paylines on paytable for different 4 of-a-kinds.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - BONUS POKER DELUXE VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - DEUCES WILD VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

2’s are wild. In the Double or Nothing round, wild 2's rank higher than all other cards. Special paylines in the paytable for 5 of-a-kind, Wild Royal w/2’s, and 4 deuces.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.



 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - DOUBLE BONUS POKER VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Unique paylines on paytable for different 4 of-a-kinds.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.

 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



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  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
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Games Information - SEVENS WILD POKER VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

7’s are wild. In the Double or Nothing round, wild 7's rank higher than all other cards. Special paylines in the paytable for 5 of-a-kind, Wild Royal w/7’s, and 4 sevens.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.

 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - JOKER POKER VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Joker is wild – one in the deck. In the Double or Nothing round, wild Jokers rank higher than all other cards. Special paylines in the paytable for 5 of-a-kind, Royal w/Joker, and Sequential Royal.

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.

 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

Please be advised that:

  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

Games Information - MYSTERY BONUS POKER VIDEO POKER
 

Description and Objective

Video Poker is a game of draw poker, in which the player is dealt 5 cards face up. The player then decides which cards to keep or “hold” and which cards to discard. The player simply clicks on each card they wish to hold. Player now clicks the “Deal” button and new cards will be dealt where the discarded (non-held) cards once appeared. The total of the 5 cards that you now have is your final hand. Your final hand determines whether you win or lose the game.

Single Hand Video Poker
Each 1-hand Video Poker game can be played for $.05, $.25, $.50, $1.00 or $5.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. Depending on the amount of coins played, the game will highlight the payout column in order for there to be no confusion as to how much you are playing for on any particular game.

Multi-Hand Video Poker (3 or more hands)
Each Video Poker game that consists of 3 or more hands can be played for $.01, $.05, $.25, $.50 or $1.00 and you may play from 1 to 5 coins per hand. In addition, players can choose from 3 hands, 10 hands, 52 hands or 100 hands. If you are playing a game that consists of 3 or more hands, you can click on the Paytable button to view the payout table and the proper column will be highlighted based on the amount of coins played.

In each of the hands played by a player, the cards held by the player appear. Cards are drawn randomly to fill the rest of the spots. Once a card or cards have been discarded by the player, the card or cards cannot appear in any of the subsequent hands.

 



Button Descriptions

Cash Out
Click on the red Cash/Out button to stop playing and cash out your credits and winnings.

Bet Max
To bet the maximum amount of coins (5) for a hand.

Bet One
To bet one coin for a hand (can be pressed up to five times).

Deal Draw
To deal the next hand.

Payout Window
Displays your winnings for the last hand.

Paytable Window
Displays the paytable for 3 or more hands game.

Credits Window
Displays the number of coins inserted into the machine to play. *Note – credits displays amount of COINS, not amount of dollars (unless playing a dollar game).

$5 Coin
Inserts $5 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$25 Coin
Inserts $25 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

$100 Coin
Inserts $100 worth of credits from your account balance into the machine.

 



Game Play

Mystery Bonus Poker combines a slot machine and a video poker machine all in one, and gives you the opportunity to try for either the regular best hand, or to go for the Mystery Bonus. Once a player hits the deal button, this starts the Mystery Bonus reel (similar to a slot machine reel) spinning. Once the reel completes its spin, then 5 cards are dealt to the player. One of the paylines will be increased (and the others may be adjusted) based on the spin from the Mystery Bonus reel The player can then choose to go for the now revealed “Mystery Bonus” highlighted on the special payline or just aim for the best poker hand (using the rest of the pay table).

Please see the pay table on this machine for additional information.

 



Hands (Highest to Lowest)

Hands in Video Poker are generally ranked in the order based on the following table, but the game-specific paytables may vary and are always posted on each machine. In the Double or Nothing round, wild cards are ranked higher than all other cards.

 

Hand Name Description Example
Sequential Royal Flush Exact order of 10, J, Q, K, A 10S, JS, QS, KS, AS
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, QH, JH, AH, KH
Straight Flush In sequence, 5 cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush 5 cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight 5 cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair 2 pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KD, KH



 



Disclaimer

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  • These rules for each game as stated are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play.
  • They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions.
  • We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.


 



 

 

 

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