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Joker Poker (Power)

Joker Poker Power Poker is different from the standard Joker Poker video poker as you play four identical hands of cards. At the beginning of each game only the first hand is shown to you, while the other three hands remain face down. The game then progresses like a standard video poker. When you choose to hold a card the identical card is revealed in the other three hands. If you choose to un-hold a card the three identical cards are turned face down. When you have chosen the cards you want to keep, click the Draw button. You will be dealt new cards in place of the cards that you did not hold. Then the other hands will then be revealed. Joker Poker Power Poker has 53 cards in the pack, instead of the normal 52 cards. The extra card is a Joker. This is a wild card that can substitute for any other card, of any suit and denomination, to complete winning combinations. When you are dealt a Joker the computer will automatically assign a suit and value to that card, giving you the highest possible payout for the cards you are holding. The Joker increases your chances of putting together a winning hand. Note:A complete deck of 53 cards is used for each hand.


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