Take a seat for the chance to win a jackpot in Video Poker Remastered!
You can play Video Poker Remastered for just 1p per bet.
The aim of Video Poker Remastered is to produce as many winning hands as possible by retaining the most useful cards from your original hand.
You are initially dealt five cards.
You can then choose to hold any number of these initial five cards.
Once you have selected 'Draw', the cards you chose not to hold are redealt to create a new five-card poker hand.
This process repeats for every hand you have chosen to play with.
Your final hands are then evaluated against the paytable to determine your winnings.
You must have at least a pair of Jacks to have a qualifying hand in Jacks or Better.
How to Bet
To begin your game, select your coin size and the number of hands you would like to play.
You can choose to play either one, five, ten or 15 hands.
Selecting 'Play' will start your game.
To keep your best cards, choose a card to 'Hold'.
Selecting 'Draw' will turn over and re-deal the cards you chose not to hold.
Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
For a chance to win the progressive jackpot, activate the Side Bet for an extra £1.
Your first five cards will be evaluated against the following paytable:
|Royal Flush||100% of Jackpot|
|Straight Flush||10% of Jackpot|
|Four of a Kind||£500|
All payouts will be deducted from the jackpot at the time they are won.
The jackpots seed value is £5,000.
A percentage of each bet contributes to the jackpot.
We endeavour to show the most up-to-date jackpot value at all times, however, this might not always be the case due to display delays.
In an exceptionally rare case, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot winning outcome occurred just after another player's jackpot win but before the jackpot meter was able to reset due to this earlier winner.
Return to Player
Video Poker Remastered RTP: 99.54%
Jackpot Side Bet RTP: 70.78%
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. This return is based on the player making the best choices.