As in all Video Poker Games on RTG Casinos, the player is allowed to play from 1 coin up to 5 coins per hand. You have your standard $.05, $.25, $.50, $1 and $5 Video Poker Machines. This gives a player the option to play from as little as $.05 up to $25 a hand. Doubling up is allowed on $.05, $.25 and $.50 Video Poker Machines only. On the RTG Software, only 1 hand at a time is allowed to be played on the Pick'em Poker game. Here's the "Twist"...In playing Pick'em Poker, a player is dealt 2 cards and then two piles of cards that are comprised of three cards each.
Looking at the first 2 cards, choose the best top card of the two piles that will help in constructing the best Poker hand with the first 2 cards. The card that the player chooses will reveal all 3 cards in that pile and complete the hand, while the other pile of 3 cards will be discarded. A player must keep in mind what hands are allowed in Pick'em Poker so that the best hand possible out of the cards dealt will be a winning hand. Hand descriptions are listed below.
The one difference in Pick'em Poker compared to just regular Poker is that the pay table is just a little different. In regular Poker, the lowest possible paying hand is Jacks or better. In Pick'em Poker, the lowest possible paying hand is 9's or better. As the paytable below shows, the payouts for winning hands are substantially better than your standard Video Poker Game.
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Hand Description Payouts:
Royal Flush - 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace of same suit - 6000
Straight Flush - Five cards of same suit in sequence - 1199
Four of a Kind Four - Cards of same rank - 600
Full House - Three of a kind, plus a pair - 90
Flush - Five cards of same suit - 75
Straight - Five cards in sequence - 50
Three of a Kind - Three cards of the same rank/value - 25
Two Pair - Two sets of two cards of the same rank/value - 15
9’s or Better - Two cards of same rank that are 9’s or higher - 10
The pros for me in playing Pick’em Poker is that it's a little different variation than the regular Poker Game and has higher payouts for winning hands. My only con for this game is that at times it can seem to be very tight with no wins at all. That said, it's still one of my favorite Video Poker Games and it gives you a different look at playing than the standard video poker card game does.
Game Reviews by: Claire Voyant
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