The 9/6 Jacks or Better Hand Reference

Do you like video poker? It sure is popular. I must admit, I’ve wagered thousands of hours of Video Poker over the years. Once I was employed at a gambling house where they allowed workers to gambling on any machine during breaks. So, I used my breaks-including the majority of lunches-seated in front of a video poker machine.

But, what’s the point of playing if you do not know what the hands are? Most devices tell you what hands pay, but they stop just short of telling you what makes up a hand-something a lot of new players are baffled with. Here’s a fast explanation of all the feasible paying hands for a 9/6 Jacks or Better machine.

Jacks or Better: When you’ve got two Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces. It gives your money back.

Two Pair: Getting 2 cards on 1 rank and two cards of one more rank-such as two six’s and 2 Kings.

Three of the Type: 3 cards of one rank.

Straight: Owning 5 cards in consecutive order, these kinds of as a a couple of,3,4,five and 6. An Ace may be used prior to the a couple of or after the King.

Flush: Having five cards all of the same suit, these kinds of as five clubs.

Full House: Possessing three cards of one fit and 2 cards of one more match, like three Kings and 2 Queens.

4 of a Kind: Having 4 cards of one rank, such as 4 Jacks.

Straight Flush: Owning all five cards of the exact same fit and in sequential order, these kinds of as the three,4,5,six and seven of diamonds.

Royal Flush: This is the big payday. I’ve been lucky sufficient to hit some. You could have a royal flush when all 5 cards are the similar suit and the ten, Jack, Queen, King and Ace.

One tip ahead of I go. Usually bet on maximum coins. That’s the only way the jackpot for a royal flush opens up. When I very first started wagering I hit a royal flush with just one coin in the machine and getting just over $60 when it could have been $1,000 actually sucks.

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