Double Double Jackpot Poker
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Double Double Jackpot Poker

£300 Bonus

+ 20 free spins!

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£200 Bonus

+ 15 free spins!

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£100 Bonus

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Double Double Jackpot Poker is a video poker game from Realtime Gaming's substantial range of video poker games. The 'double double' bonus comes from the fact that a number of bonus payments are available for a range of hands that are not normally rewarded separately by a video poker game

These hands are:

  • Four aces
  • Four kings, queens or jacks with an ace, king, queen or jack kicker
  • Four kings, queens or jacks

Confusingly, the pay table separates '4 Aces' from '4 Aces w/KQJ', even though both of these hands pay exactly the same.

The full pay table is as follows:

Jacks or Better 1x
Two pairs 1x
Three of a Kind 3x
Straight 5x
Flush 6x
Full House 9x
Four Deuces to Tens 50x
Four Kings, Queens or Jacks 80x
Four Kings, Queens or Jacks with an AKQJ kicker 150x
Four Aces 150x
Four Aces with an KQJ kicker 150x
Straight Flush 50x
Royal Flush

250x/800x

*The 800x option is only available if you bet with five coins

This game has four modes - single hand, three hands, ten hands and fifty two hands. In all but single hand mode all extra hands are played once you've selected which cards you wish to keep. You can select the number of hands you wish to play from the 'options' menu at the top of the screen. Here you can also select your coin size from 0.05 to 5.00.

You start each hand by selecting how many coins you wish to bet with. To minimise the house edge, it's always best to bet with five coins. Click 'deal' to receive your cards. You can choose as many cards as you want to discard, from zero to all five. Hit the 'draw' button when you've made your choices. You will then receive your new cards and your final hand. All payouts are made automatically.

You can gamble any win. You will be shown one face up card, which is the dealer's card, and four face down cards, which are your cards. You have to select a card to beat the dealer. Note that sometimes if the dealer recieves a high card none of the cards you select will be capable of beating the dealer.

Conclusion

This is a traditional-looking video poker game from Realtime Gaming. All the images and sounds used are as you'd expect playing video poker in a Las Vegas casino. The 'double double jackpot' bonuses do not make it any more likely that you'll win big, or that you'll win more often, but at least they offer something different. The 52 hand version is probably the most entertaining version to play - especially when you receive a winning hand prior to the draw and 52 winning hands come cascading in your direction!

Sounds good, let me play!

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