Introduction

Preview

Double Bonus

Min Bet: 1p
Max Bet: £200
Top Payout: x800
Features: up to 50 hands
  Special bonuses for four of a kind combinations

Double Bonus How to Play

To begin, chose your desired coin size and then select how many hands you want to play.

You can play a single hand, 5, 10, 25 or 50 hands and each hand costs you your selected coin size. But remember, the fewer hands you pick the higher the maximum coin size gets so make sure you get the balance right!

To begin, click PLAY. The cards will be dealt and your stake money will be deducted from your account.

The aim of Video Poker is to produce as many winning hands as possible by keeping the most useful cards from your original hand to help all the others.

Simply click on a card to hold it across all your other hands. Clicking a card again will take the hold off.

When you click DRAW, all face down cards will turn and your winnings will be counted.

You can also control the speed that cards are revealed by turning the Turbo feature on or off.

Winning payouts will be credited to your account instantly.

Win

Pays

Jacks or Better

x1

Two Pairs

x1

Three of a Kind

x3

Straight

x5

Flush

x6

Full House

x9

Four Fives through Kings

x50

Straight Flush

x50

Four Twos through Fours

x80

Four Aces

x160

Royal Flush

x800

Double Bonus Tips

Four of a Kind

The big pay outs in Double Bonus Video Poker can be found in getting four of a kind (especially 2s, 3s, 4s and Aces), so it can be worth taking the occasional risk in order to get a big win on those hands.


Two Pairs & Jacks or Better

Two Pairs & Jacks or Better only return your bet, so be aware of this when deciding what to keep...


Deciding what to keep

Despite the low payouts for two pairs and the high pay out for four Aces if you have the choice between keeping a Two Pair vs a Pair of Aces you should keep the Two Pair - going for the Full house is the better play for you here.