Double Bonus Poker is a version of Bonus Poker, with bigger payouts than the latter variation. Both games come from the most famous poker game, Jacks or Better. Double Bonus Poker introduces higher payouts for the four of a kind hand while reducing the potential payout for landing 2 pairs (from initial 2 to 1 to even money).

If you decide to test the game and play it smartly, you can lower the house edge and become a winner. Check the following review and reveal how to play Double Bonus Poker.

Decide on the Size of Your Bet

Decide on the Size of Your Bet

If you are about to start Double Bonus Poker, you need to decide how many coins you want to play with. The game allows customers to choose between 1-5 coins. It is always recommended to pick the maximum number of coins to improve the winning chances and get max possible payout on royal flush hand.

Click the Deal Button

Click the Deal Button

The Double Bonus Poker game starts when a player clicks the deal button. A dealer will distribute five cards to the player. These cards are dealt from the standard deck of 52 cards. A player examines his cards and decides whether to keep them or get rid of them.

Sometimes, a player will discard only one card if he is not satisfied with the whole hand. However, some players can decide to throw away all five cards. To hold cards, just select them and they will be kept in the next round.

Tap the Draw Button

Tap the Draw Button

Once you decide which cards you want to eliminate, just press the draw and receive the new cards for the removed ones.

Receive the Winnings

Receive the Winnings

As soon as you get replacing cards, you can estimate your hand and check the paytable for possible winnings.  Double Bonus Poker pays according to the following pattern:

  • Royal flush pays 800 to 1
  • Straight flush pays 50 to 1
  • 4 aces pay 160 to 1
  • 4 deuces, 3s, or 4s pay 80 to 1
  • Any other 4 of a kind pay 50 to 1
  • Full house pays 10 to 1
  • Flush pays 7 to 1
  • Straight pays 5 to 1
  • 3 of a kind pays 3 to 1
  • 2 pairs pay 1 to 1
  • Pair of jacks or higher pays 1 to 1
  • Anything less than jacks or higher pays none

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