Bonus Poker Rules

Bonus Poker Rules

Bonus Poker is a very straight forward version of video poker. The game begins with the player making their first wager. This can be one of two different ways, the player can either make their bet one coin at a time with the bet one button or bet all five coins at once! When a player clicks the bet one button the game will begin when the player clicks deal, for the other option of bet max the player will only need to click that button and the game will begin on it’s own. The player is dealt five cards face up on the table, the player will choose which cards they would like to keep of these five by clicking each card and then clicking the draw button. The second hand of cards is dealt the amount of cards dealt depends on how many cards the player held in the previous round the new cards dealt out will be in place of the cards that weren’t selected in the first round. When the player has a winning hand, the player will be asked to join a bonus round. To play the player must double their original bet and then play a fun poker game. The bonus round consists of a guessing game. The player will be given five cards, the first card is the dealer’s card which is face up. The remaining four cards are face down. The player will need to pick one of the four cards and hope that it is higher than the dealer’s card. If the player wins, they will continue the chances to double their bonus or they can opt out and return to the original game!

The game’s three main buttons are as follows:

Bet OneMakes a bet one coin at a time.

Bet MaxMakes a five coin bet.

Deal / Draw
Deal is used at the beginning of the game after the first wager.
Draw is when the second round of cards are dealt in a hand.

Here is a list of winning hands:

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

Straight Flush: Five cards in sequence that are of the same suit (example: 5,6,7,8,9)

Full House: consists of three cards of one denomination along with a pair of another denomination in one five-card hand.

Flush: Five cards of the same suit.

Straight: Five cards in sequence

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same face.

Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same face.


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