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How to Play iPod Video Poker

After placing your coin bet, of up to five coins per game, you are dealt five cards from the dealer.

  • After being dealt your first initial five cards, you can choose to keep all the cards you were drawn and thereby end the round.
  • You may also choose to discard any number of those five cards and receive new cards from the deck, by clicking on the Draw button.
  • The objective of the game is to complete the game with the strongest possible hand.

How to Win at Video Poker for iPod

The Royal Flush– which is made up of a 10, a Jack, a Queen, a King and an Ace of the same Suit- will award you the highest payout.

The maximum five-coin bet combined with the Royal Flush will win you the 4000 coin jackpot. There are many other winning combinations such as a pair of jacks, a full house, three or four of a kind, or a straight or a flush.

Your combination of winning cards, together with the amount of coins you have wagered, will determine the payout that you are awarded.

There is also the double-or-nothing feature which offers the player the chance to double his winnings. After winning a hand, this bonus feature allows the player to pick a face-down card. If the card beats the dealer’s face-up card, you have won double your winnings. If, on the other hand you lose, you do not win anything.

The iPod Touch Casino Offers Poker On-the-Go

iPod video poker is a fast fun game of skill and strategy, it is also one of the most popular iPod casino games, because of its high payout odds. As with all the All Slots Casino games, the graphics and quality are sharp and exciting and is easy to use and navigate. iPod video poker can be played anytime, anywhere, and provides a great gaming experience.

All Slots Casino offers another exciting casino game for the iPod touch Casino, the fast-action iPod video poker.

Video poker for iPod offers the Jacks Or Better video poker game. Video Poker is played between the player and the dealer, the object of the game is to build the best possible 5-card poker hand, all it takes is a minimum of two jacks to win a payout.

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