Jokers Wild sometimes know as joker poker, is unique in that it is played with a 53 card deck rather than a traditional 52 card deck. The extra card that is added is a joker, which will play the role of a wild card. A wild card is a card that is given the value of another card in the deck, and may substitute for that card normally that card value is that of an ace. This extra card increases the odds of achieving a better hand and receiving one more often.
Pay Tables for Joker Poker The payouts for Joker Poker Aces or Better begins with aces or better 1 for 1,two pair paying 1,then two of a kind paying 2 for 1,a straight paying 3 for 1, a flush paying 5 for 1,and a full house paying 9 for 1,and on to a royal flush paying 800 for 1 on a 98.42% table. When using a 96.87% pay table the flush pays 5 for 1 and the full house pays 8 for 1.The 95.82% pay table pays 5 for 1 on the flush, and 7 for 1 on the full house, as does the 95.32% table. The values for the flush and full house on the 94.27%,and 93.78% tables pay 5 for the flush and 6 for 1 on the full house. While the 92.65%pays at 5 for 1 on the flush and 8 for 1 on the full house. The 91.12% pay table pays 7 for 1 on the full house and 5 for 1 on the flush. These tables also reflect the probability, return, and possible combinations.
The Joker Poker Kings or Better game is unique in that it offers a 100.64% pay table option that can actually give a player an advantage over the casino. The 100.64% pay table starts paying at kings or better with the flush paying 5 for 1,and the full house paying 7.Then the 98.84% table pays the same numbers of 5 for 1, and 7 for 1 on the flush and full house. The pay table for the 98.59% pays a 5 for 1 on the flush and an 8 for 1 on the full house.The98.44% table drops to a 7 for 1 on the full house and 5 for 1 on the flush. A 98.41% pay table goes to a 5 for 1 on the flush and a 6 for 1 on the full house. The 98.09% and the 96.74% tables pay 5 for 1 on the full house and 4 for 1 on the flush. All of the pay tables reflect the changes in combinations, probability, and returns.