With a progressive jackpot and up to 15 hands to play with, Video Poker Remastered is an electrifying and modern take on a Vegas mainstay.
Video Poker Remastered – Game Overview
Bet amounts for Video Poker Remastered range from 1c to $113.50.
There are 15 hands (paylines) available.
Land as many winning hands as possible by keeping the most useful cards from your original hand.
You’ll get five cards for starters, and you can choose however many of these cards you want to keep.
After selecting ‘Draw’, the cards you didn’t keep are dealt again to create a new five-card hand. This happens for each hand you choose to play with.
Your final hand gets evaluated against the paytable to determine what you win.
You’ll need at least a pair of Jacks for a qualifying hand in Jacks or Better.
How to Bet
Choose a coin size and how many hands you want to play with to start.
There are one, five, 10, and 15 hands for you to choose from.
Selecting ‘Hold’ will keep your best cards, with ‘Draw’ turning over and dealing once again the cards that weren’t chosen.
For an extra $1, you have the chance to win the progressive jackpot.
Simply make sure this side bet option is on.
Check the table below to see what prizes your first five cards could win.
|Royal Flush||100% of jackpot|
|Straight Flush||10% of jackpot|
|Four of a Kind||$500|
All payouts are deducted from the jackpot when they’re won.
The seed value of the jackpot is $5,000 and a percentage of each bet contributes to it.
We strive to always show the latest jackpots, but display delays mean this isn’t always possible.
In very rare cases, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot-winning outcome happens right after another player’s jackpot win but before the jackpot meter resets because of this earlier win.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 99.54%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $99.54.