Joker Poker is a 5-card poker game that is played with 53 cards comprised of a standard deck and one joker. The upshot of this is that the Joker is wild, which means it can substitute for any other playing card.
The wild capabilities of the joker even enhances some prizes, with a Joker royal flush standing as the third largest potential prize. This does mean other prizes are smaller than on other poker games though. You'll also need a pair of kings or better to win a prize too.
How to Play Joker Poker
Total bets consists of a coin value and number of coins. You can choose both using the buttons below the table area.
After choosing your bet you can deal the first five cards. You must choose which ones to keep by clicking on them with your mouse. The unchecked cards will be discarded and replaced with new ones after you press the deal button for the second and final time. This will leave you with a final hand of 5 cards that will be compared against the pay table.
We mentioned the varied prize structure earlier. This can also be impacted by the number of coins in play, which is why the pay table has multiple columns (a prize column for each coin in play). For this reason the largest prize of 4,000x can only be won when wagering 5 coins.
Author: Ava Jackuard