Miami Club Casino online casino has plenty of online video poker games to keep players entertained for hours. This pages lists the different single-hand and multi-games, along with a short description and payout information. It is important that you learn video poker first before you try playing one of these game for real money. The object is fairly simple in most cases, but you need to be aware of the rules differences between these different types of video poker machines.
Aces and Faces
Aces and Faces is a unique variation of video poker that pays higher for hands with four of a kind Aces or face cards. Four Jacks, Queens, or Kings pays better than four 2′s through 10′s. Four Aces even pays better than a Straight Flush. The bet limit for Aces and Faces is 25 cents to $10, with a major jackpot of 4,000 credits for royal flush. This game also has a Double feature, allowing players to double their winnings each hand. The payout scale for Full House/Flush is 8/5.
Deuces and Joker
Here’s a video poker variation with five wild cards: Deuces and Joker. In this version of video poker, the deuces, or two cards, are a wild and one joker is included the deck. These cards can substitute for any other card. The minimum bet for Deuces and Joker is 25 cents, while the maximum is $10. A royal flush is awarded 4,000 credits, and 10,000 for 4 Deuces and the Joker. Like several video poker games at Miami Club Casino, Deuces and Joker has a Double feature. This bonus feature gives players chances to double their winnings. Because so many wilds are used in the deck, this game’s Full House/Flush payout is only 3/3.
Deuces Wild is similar to Deuces and Joker, but with only four wild cards. This time around, only the deuces are wild; there is no Joker. The payout scale for Deuces Wild is 3/2 for Full House/Flush, but the jackpot for a Royal Flush is 4,000 credits. Players can wager between 25 cents and $10, as well potentially double their winnings with the game’s Double feature.
Double Joker is another game with wild cards. In this video poker game, two Joker cards are added to the deck, and may be used to form winning hands. Because of the wild cards, a Natural Royal Flush pays the most at 4,000 credits. Double Joker’s bet limit 25 cents to $10 per coin, up to five coins for a total max bet of $50. The Double feature gives players the opportunity to double their winnings each hand. The wild cards make for a meager Full House/Flush payout, coming to only 5/4.
Jacks or Better
Jacks or Better: The classic video poker game. The only rule to win is that a hand must contain a pair of Jacks or better. And at 9/6, it has the best Full House/Flush payout scale at Miami Club Casino! There’s a maximum bet of $50, made up of five $10 coins. It’s only 25 cents for the minimum bet. The Royal Flush jackpot is 4,000 credits, but players must bet five coins for the chance to win it. Smaller winnings can be doubled using the Double feature.
Joker Poker, like its bigger brother Double Joker, incorporates a wild Joker card. Unlike its brother, it only adds one to the deck, not two. Since there’s only one wild card, the payout scale is a little higher, coming to 7/5. The limit is between 25 cents and $10 per coin, up to five coins per bet. That means players can wager up to $50 against the 5,000 credit jackpot for a Royal Flush. A Double feature is also included.
Tens or Better
This game is a little more lenient than Jacks or Better. Tens or Better, like its name suggests, requires only a pair of 10′s for a payout. However, with the increased chance of a payout, the Full House/Flush scale falls to 6/5. A Royal Flush is worth 4,000 credits for five coins wagered. The minimum bet per coin is 25 cents, rising to a $10 maximum. The Double feature appears in this game, as well, granting to potential to double winnings.
Miami Club Casino Multi-Hand Video Poker Games (2-4 Hands)
Aces and Faces
This version of Ace and Faces allows players to bet on more one hand at a time; players can play up to 4 hands at once! The rules are the same as single-hand Aces and Faces. The maximum bet is $20, which is $5 on each hand. A minimum bet of 25 cents per hand is required .A Royal Flush pays 4,000 credits, and includes a Double feature. A respectable 8/5 payout scale make 2-4 Hand Aces and Faces a good choice.
Deuces and Joker
Deuces and Joker, with up to 4 hands! The betting limit this multi-hand version is 25 cents up to $5 per hand, with majors jackpot 4,000 credits for a Royal Flush, 10,000 for 4 Deuces and the Joker. The Double feature is also available to potentially increase winnings. The payout scale is the same as single-hand Deuces and Joker, so it falls to only 3/3 because of the wilds.
A Deuces Wild variation allowing players as many as 4 hands each round. A simple 25-cent wager is the minimum, with a $5 maximum bet per hand. So a max bet would $20 to play all four hands. With a Royal Flush jackpot of 4,000 credits and a Double feature, multi-hand Deuces Wild can be a lot of fun. The Full House/Flush scale only comes out to 3/2, however.
Another multi-hand video poker variation, this time using Double Joker rules and similar 5/4 payout. Up to four hands can be wagered on, between 25 cents and $5 per hand. The inclusion of the wild Jokers means a Natural Royal Flush is necessary for the 4,000-credit jackpot. Players can increase their winnings with the Double feature.
Jacks or Better
Here’s Jacks or Better with 2 to 4 hands! Starting at 25 cents and rising to a maximum of $5 per hand, the $20 max bet can make the 4,000-credit Royal Flush jackpot incredibly worthwhile! The 9/6 payout scale makes Jacks or Better a great choice for a wagering game, and the Double feature can add to the fun.
The Full House/Flush scale for this 2- to 4-hand game of Joker Poker is 7/5. It includes one wild Joker card, so the 5,000 credit needs a Natural Royal Flush to pay out. Minimum bets in this game are 25 cents, with a maximum of $5 per hand. Players can increase their winnings with the Double feature.
Tens or Better
Standard Tens or Better rules with up to four times the action. Bets start at 25 cents in this Tens or Better, and top out at a maximum of $5. Each hand requires a bet, so playing all four hands costs $20. That $20 could turn into a lot of money if a Royal Flush comes down, earning 4,000 credits. Just like its single-hand cousin, this Tens or Better has a Double feature and a 6/5 payout.
Mega Multi-Hand Deuces Wild – 100 Hands
The minimum bet is only a penny in Mega Multi-Hand Deuces Wild. Players can play up to 100 hands simultaneously, as the computer keeps track of every win. The maximum bet only rises as high as 25 cents per hand, but with 100 hands that’s still a $25 bet. At 3/2, the payout scale is very low, but the 4,000-credit jackpot for a Royal Flush keeps pace with other video poker games.