Video Poker Remastered

Video Poker Remastered

If you're a fan of the classic casino game Video Poker, chances are you'll enjoy a game of Video Poker Remastered!


    Video Poker Remastered Game Overview  

    The minimum bet available in Video Poker Remastered is 1p and the maximum bet is £113.50.


    How to Play 

    The aim of any video poker game is to produce as many winning hands as possible by retaining the best cards from your original hand to help the others.

    Start your game by choosing your coin size and how many hands you'd like to play: one, five, 10 or 15.

    Click 'Play' to begin. 

    - 'Hold' - keeps hold of your best hands

    - 'Draw' - turns over all face-down cards

    - 'Turbo' - allows you to automate the cards being turned over

    Malfunction voids all pays and plays. 

     

    Progressive Jackpot 

    A Progressive Jackpot is up for grabs while playing Video Poker Remastered.

    To be in with a chance of wining it, make sure the side bet is 'On' - this costs an extra £1 to play.

    Your first five cards will then be evaluated against the following paytable: 

    HandPays
    Royal Flush   100% of Jackpot
    Straight Flush10% of Jackpot
    Four of a Kind £500
    Full House£100
    Flush£75

    All payouts will be deducted from the total Jackpot amount as soon as they have been won. 

    The Jackpot seed value is £5,000 - a percentage of each bet contributes to the jackpot. 

    We endeavor to show the most up-to-date jackpot value at all times, however this might not always be the case due to display delays. 

    In an exceptionally rare case, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot winning outcome occurred just after another player's jackpot win but before the jackpot meter was able to reset due to this earlier winner. 


    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.54% 

    Jackpot Side Bet (RTP): 70.78% 

    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 of wins.