• Flushorama Video Poker

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    Flushorama Video Poker Highlights

    Flushorama has a lot of similarities to what you might know as the standard video poker game, which a couple of exceptions, the most noticeable of which is that the game, as you might guess from the name, puts a special emphasis on flushes.

    Get a flush in the Flushorama game and you will be paid 60 coins on a five-coin maximum play, which is twice as high as the payout in a Jacks or Better game, six times higher than in Deuces Wild, four times higher than in Deuces & Joker and basically, higher than any other available video poker game.

    Like any other game, you're going to be dealt five cards initially, and then make the decision as to whether to hold one or all of the cards in your hand or let them go. When you make the decision, you hit the "draw" button and get new cards. Obviously what you're aiming for here is the flush, which is a hand of five cards all having the same suit.

    Here is the full pay table, based on the maximum bet of five units:

    • Royal Flush -- 4000
    • Straight Flush -- 250
    • 4 of a Kind -- 125
    • Full House -- 40
    • Flush -- 60
    • Straight -- 20
    • 3 of a Kind -- 15
    • Two Pair -- 5
    • Pair, Jacks or Better -- 5

    As you can see, the Flush pays 60, but the Straight Flush and Royal Flush pay the same as they do in Jacks or Better, or many other variations of video poker. Another difference is that two pairs pay five coins.

    The deck gets reshuffled before each game is played. Coin denominations allowed are 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 50 cents, $1, $2 and $5. That means, on five coins, the maximum bet is $25.