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Double Joker Poker

As suggested by the name, Double Joker Poker is a Video poker with 2 jokers. That’s a big advantage for the player. Jokers helps to complete winning hands that’s why the smallest hand is a double pair (when it’s usually a pair of Tens or Jacks). The principle is still the same, you must have a double pair or better to win money. Both Jokers can replace any other card to complete a paying hand.

The Game

First you have to place a bet, between 1 and 5 coins (please note you can also select the value of your chips: from 0.02€ to 5€). The dealer will give you 5 cards, the first round start. At this stage you may have a good hand already. Anyway, you have a second round that gives you more chances to get a winning hand. Click on your good cards to keep them, and Click Deal. The other ones will be replace. At the end of the second round, if you have a paying combination, it will blink on the payout table. That’s way reading the table and see the gains is quite easy for beginners.

Double Up Feature!

The “Double Up” game is triggered as soon as you win some money. You can collect the money (and cancel the game) or you can gamble with it (by clicking on “Double Up”). The dealer will give you 5 new cards. The first on the left will be face up, you have to pick other one from the 4 cards left. If your card is better than the first one, you win. Also note that you keep on gambling if you win the game. Every time the money is multiplied by 2!

New Hands?

Along with the standard poker hands like two pairs, three of a kind, straight, … you will find new hands impossible to achieve with a regular poker game. this is due to the presence of the 2 jokers. For example you can get a “Five of a kind” which is impossible to get without joker. Hereunder please find the hands ranked from the highest to the lowest.

    • Royal Straight Flush Natural – 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace of the same suit (without joker)
    • Royal Straight Flush Wild – 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace of the same suit (includes a joker)
    • Five of a kind – 5 cards of the same value (includes a joker)
    • Straight Flush – 5 consecutive cards of the same suit (with or without joker)
    • Four of a kind – 4 cards of the same value (with or without joker)
    • Full House – Three of a kind + one pair (with or without joker)
    • Flush – 5 cards of the same suit (with or without joker)
    • Three of the kind – 3 cards of the same value (with or without joker)
    • Two Pairs – 2 x 2 cards of the same value (with or without joker)