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Double Bonus Poker
by Marilee of Predictem.com

Double Bonus Poker is an evolution from Jacks or Better that introduces different returns for bonus four-of-a-kind hands. Fives through Kings pay $62.50 on a max coin bet quarter denomination machine, but four 2s, 3s or 4s pay $100 and Aces pay $200. This is a contrast from Bonus Deluxe which pays $100 on any four of a kind hand on a max coin bet. This is a game for those who love aces and are willing to settle for the reduced 5s through Ks to get the higher return on aces. The lowest paytables you should accept on a Double Bonus Poker game are as follows:

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Jacks or Better pays 1:1

Two pair pays 1:1

Three-of-a-kind pays 3:1

Straights pay 5:1 (most machines are now reduced to 4:1)

Flushes pay 7:1

Full House pays 9:1

Four 5s through Kings pay 50:1

Four 2s, 3s or 4s pay 80:1

Four Aces pay 160:1

Straight Flushes pay 50:1

Royal Flush pays 250:1

Play the max bet for this game to get the 800:1 royal flush bonus. Always make sure there are no special features to your game that you need to be aware of such as more than 5 coins for max bet or any sort of double-up feature.

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