Jokers Wild Progressive

Go Wild with Jokers and a chance to score a Progressive Jackpot! Check out Jokers Wild Progressive Video Poker in the Online Casino!

Jokers Wild Progressive - Game Guide

The classic video poker game Jokers Wild Progressive gives Jokers Wild players a chance to score a massive progressive jackpot!

The game sets up almost exactly like five card draw poker but while in draw poker the most cards that a player can exchange is three, in Jokers Wild, after making a wager, the player can decide to exchange all five cards.

In Jokers Wild Progressive, not only are the Jokers Wild, but there’s a Progressive Jackpot right there for the taking with a Natural Royal when you play five coins!

Jokers Wild Progressive - How to Play

In Jokers Wild Progressive, the only possible unit to bet per coin is .25 cents. The minimum bet is .25. That’s a Bet One wager. If the player decides to bet the maximum wager, Bet Max, the total bet is $1.25. 5 x .25 cents = $1.25

After making the minimum or maximum wager, the player hits the deal button. Five cards, like in five card draw, will appear. The player then decides what cards to hold. The player can decide to hold all five cards or exchange up to all five cards. Once the player receives her new cards, the game is over with the player being paid out according to the payout table.

Because the Jokers are crazy wild, payouts are lower for traditional hands like a Straight Flush and Full House. But, in Jokers Wild Progressive, there’s a chance on every spin that you could win that awesome Progressive Jackpot!

Jokers Wild Progressive – Winning Hands and Payouts

See below for the payout table in Jokers Wild Progressive in the online casino.

Coins 1 2 3 4 5
Natural Flush 250 500 750 1000 Jackpot
Five of a Kind 200 400 600 800 1000
Jokers Royal 100 200 300 400 500
Straight Flush 50 100 150 200 250
Four of a Kind 20 40 60 80 100
Full House 6 12 18 24 30
Flush 4 8 12 16 20
Straight 3 6 9 12 15
Three of a Kind 2 4 6 8 10
Two Pairs 1 2 3 4 5
Kings or Better 1 2 3 4 5

Jokers Wild Progressive – Strategy/Tips

The key to playing Jokers Wild Progressive is to always play the max amount possible. Laying down $1.25 per spin, .25 cents per coin x 5 coins played per spin, to win a possible progressive jackpot presents terrific value.

The only reason to play Jokers Wild Progressive is to go for the progressive jackpot. If you’re not going for the progressive jackpot, then why not just play Jokers Wild? The only way to score the jackpot is to play the max allowable, that’s 5 coins per game. Always hit the Bet Max button in Jokers Wild Progressive and just keep track of your bankroll. You can really stretch $1.25 per game if you start your game play with say $200.

You can play 160 games with a starting bankroll of $200: 200 / 1.25 = 160.

That gives you a lot of spins, a lot of chances, for you to hit the Jokers Wild Progressive Jackpot!

Video Poker – Glossary

bonus video poker – A form of Jokers Wild Progressive where four of kind pays more. Bonus video poker is sometimes referred to as Double Bonus or Double Double Bonus

credit – The minimum amount that you can bet in Video Poker. 3 Credits means that you’re betting the minimum 3 times.

deal – The act of distributing cards to players.

deuce – Another word for two.

Deuces Wild – A video poker game where the deuces are wild.

face cards – Cards in the deck with “faces”: the Jack, Queen and King.

flush – A hand where all of the cards are of the same suit: all cards are diamonds, clubs, hearts or spades.

full house – In a 5 card game of poker, having a pair and three of a kind.

high card – The card with the highest value in a hand. For example, if you have a King, Ace, 2, 7, and 8, your hand would be called and “Ace-High” hand.

Jokers Wild Progressive – A video poker game where the payouts start Kings or Better.

pair – Two cards of the same value.

play – To play means to bet or raise in a game.

push – A tie or draw.

raise – To increase your wager.

royal flush – When your cards, in a 5 card poker game, are a 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace and are all of the same suit, all of the cards are hearts, for example. A royal flush is the best possible hand in the game of poker.

shuffle – Mixing up the cards before they’re dealt.

straight – When your cards in order. For example, a 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in a 5 card game of poker constitutes a straight.

straight flush – When all of your cards are in order and of the same suit. For example, a 6 of clubs, 7 of clubs, 8 of clubs, 9 of clubs and 10 of clubs in a 5 card game of poker constitutes a straight flush.

three of a kind – Having three cards of the same value, three 9s, as an example.

two of a kind – A pair, two cards of the same value. Example: two 8s constitute a pair of eights.

video poker – A game based on five card draw poker that is played on computer machines or via online casinos.

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