How to Play Pick’em Poker

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Pick’em Poker is another variation of the super popular Video Poker family. Most players love the 99% payout ratio that video poker holds. Also a great point in video poker is the simplicity. Most of the games are very easy to understand on their own just by playing. Alot of players choose to read articles such as this one to make sure they’re playing the game right. One important aspect a player will need to familiarize themselves with are the standard poker hands which are as follows;

1. Royal Flush: A, K, Q, J, 10
all of the same suit

2. Straight Flush: Any five card sequence in the same suit
(Ex: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 )

3. Four of a Kind: All four cards of the same index
(Ex: Q, Q, Q, Q)

4. Full House: Three of a kind combined with a pair
(Ex: K, K, 3, 3, 3)

5. Flush: Any five cards of the same
suit, but not in sequence

6. Straight: Five cards in sequence,but not in the same suit

7. Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same index

8. Two Pair: Two separate pairs
(Ex: Q, Q, 7, 7)

9. Pair: Two cards of the same index

To begin the game the player will make their first wager. In this game they are able to either deposit coins one at a time ranging from one coin to five or bet max which will bet five coins all at once & start the game. If the player is using the manual method one at a time the player will need to click the deal button.

After the player has made their wager the cards will be dealt out to them, Pick’em Poker uses a standard 52 card deck which is shuffled after every game. The player will see two cards face up on the left side of the screen and two stacks of cards on the right of the screen with the top card facing up. In this game the player will always keep the cards on the left, those cannot be discarded. The player’s choice is to pick which stack of cards on the right side they would like to keep. This is done when the player clicks the stack of cards they would like to keep. After you have made your decision the remaining two cards in that stack will be visible to you, giving you a five card poker hand. A winning hand consists of atleast a pair of 9’s or higher.