Video Poker Remastered

A visual treat, Video Poker Remastered has all the excitement you'd expect from the casino classic.

    Video Poker Remastered – How to Play 

    There are 15 hands (paylines) available on Video Poker Remastered. 

    The minimum bet amount for this game is 1c. The maximum bet amount is $113.50. 

    Game Information 

    Keep the most useful cards from your starting hand to land as many winning hands as possible. 

    You’re dealt five cards initially, and you can choose how many of these you want to keep. 

    Once you select ‘Draw’, any card you didn’t keep is dealt again to create a new hand.  

    This happens on each hand you choose to play with. 

    Your final hand is evaluated against the paytable to determine what you win. 

    To qualify for Jacks or Better, your hand will need to be a pair of Jacks at the very least. 

    How to Bet 

    Choose the coin size and number of hands you want to play with to begin. 

    There are one, five, 10 and 15 hands to play with. 

    Select ‘Hold’ to keep your best cards, and ‘Draw’ to turn over and deal any card that wasn’t chosen again. 

    Progressive Jackpot 

    You have the chance to win the progressive jackpot for an additional $1. 

    Just ensure the side bet option is switched on when you play. 

    Check out the table to see what your hand might win. 

    Prize amount
    Royal Flush100% of Jackpot
    Straight Flush10% of Jackpot
    Four of a Kind$500
    Full House$100

    Payouts are deducted from the jackpot once they’re won. 

    The jackpot’s seed value is $5,00, and a percentage of each bet contributes towards it. 

    We aim to always show the latest jackpots, but it’s not always possible due to display delays. 

    In unique cases, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot-winning outcome happens immediately 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 of wins.