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Video Joker Poker

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Joker Poker is a popular game of video poker, found at pretty much any online casino. Joker Poker is played with 53 cards (standard deck + Joker). The Joker is the wild card, meaning it can complete any hand with the exception of a Royal Flush. As with any game of video poker, the goal is to make the best poker hand possible out of the cards you are given. The Realtime Gaming (RTG) version of Joker Poker that is played here can be played for real money at the US-friendly online casino Club USA Casino.

To play the Joker Poker video poker flash game, select the number of coins you wish to bet (up to 5) by using “Bet One” and then the “Deal” button. To bet all five coins, use the “Bet Max” button. Each coin is worth $0.25, so the maximum bet is $1.25.

You will be dealt a hand of 5 cards and you must select which of the cards (if any) you wish to hold by clicking on them. If you have a hand, the paytable will indicate which hand you have. Once you have selected the cards you want to keep, hit the “Draw” button to be dealt new cards.

If you have a winning hand, the game will ask if you want to play Double or Nothing. If you choose no, you will collect your winnings. If you decide to risk your winnings, you will now see a screen with one card face up (the dealer’s card) and four cards face down. You must pick a card that is higher in value than the dealer’s card. If you predict correctly, you will again be given the option to double up on your winnings. A tie will retain your bet.


On the RTG version of Joker Poker, the best hand is Sequential Royal, which pays out 20,000 coins on a 5-coin bet. A Sequential Royal is a Royal Flush (10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace from left to right), the payout will be multiplied by 5. If the Royal Flush is in reverse sequentially, you will receive the Natural Royal Flush payout.

Payouts on the RTG Joker Poker video poker game are as follows (5 coin payouts in parenthesis): Kings or Better (5), 2 Pair (5), 3 of a Kind (10), Straight (15), Flush (25), Full House (35), 4 of a Kind (100), Straight Flush (250), Royal w/Joker (400), 5 of a Kind (750), Royal Flush (400), Sequential Royal (20,000). There are 11 winning hands in RTG Joker Poker.

Other variations of the Joker Poker video poker game in addition to the 1 Hand version found on this site are: 3 Hands, 10 Hands, 52 Hands and 100 Hands. Other coin values available are: $0.05, $0.50, $1 and $5. If you are looking to play one of these variations of Joker Poker, visit Bovada Casino.


Our Joker Poker Flash game should be compatible with all browsers. Browsers include Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera. It should also be compatible with all versions of all operating systems, including Windows and Macintosh platforms. Please note that as this is a flash video poker game, you will need to have Adobe Flash Player installed before you are able to play.

If you continue to encounter problems with the casino flash software, please send us an e-mail at site@casinoanswers.org. Be sure to mention the name of the game you are trying to play, what problem you are having, and what browser and browser version you are using. Thanks.

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