Double Double Bonus Poker Video Poker
Double Double Bonus Poker Video Poker Highlights
Double Double Bonus video poker doesn't really double the bonuses that are available in Double Bonus poker, but offers more bonuses, and they are lucrative (are you following me so far?).
Players start off the game by being dealt a five-card hand. Then they can choose to hold or discard as many of those cards as they want - whatever is going to work toward getting them closer to a winning hand.
And there are lots of winning hands to shoot for. Here is the full pay table, which includes the same payout for both a 4 of a Kind and the Straight Flush:
- Royal Flush -- 4000
- Straight Flush -- 250
- 4 of a Kind -- 250
- Full House -- 35
- Flush -- 25
- Straight -- 20
- 3 of a Kind -- 15
- Two Pair -- 5
- Pair, Jacks or Better -- 5
Yes, you can get paid on a pair of Jacks or better, which is not available in all the video poker variations. Royal Flushes are paid just 250 coins for a one-coin bet, so it certainly makes sense to put the maximum five-coin bet into play. The highlight of this game is the injection of additional bonus payouts - 400 coins for Four of a Kind in 2's, 3's or 4's; 800 coins for Four of a Kind in 2's, 3's or 4's with a "kicker" of Ace, 2, 3 or 4; and 2000 coins for four aces with a kicker of 2, 3 or 4.
So there are lots of big payouts to shoot for. Players can use coin denominations of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 50 cents, as well as $1, $2, and $5. The maximum bet is $25, which is a five-coin bet using the highest denomination ($5).