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"Jacks or Better," sometimes simply called "Draw Poker," is the most common variation of video poker. Payoffs begin at a pair of jacks. Full pay Jacks or Better is also known as 9/…

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"Jacks or Better," sometimes simply called "Draw Poker," is the most common variation of video poker. Payoffs begin at a pair of jacks. Full pay Jacks or Better is also known as 9/6 Jacks or Better since the payoff for a full house is 9 times the bet, and the payoff for a flush is 6 times the bet.

High: Any card that is a Jack or higher. Low, on the other hand, refers to all cards that are lower in value than a Jack. Examples of high cards include Ace, King, Queen, and Jack, while low cards run from 2 through 10.

Royal Flush: Refers to five sequential cards of matching suit starting with 10 and ending with Ace. This is the highest paying hand in Jacks or Better.

Straight Flush: Comprised of five sequential cards of similar suit up to 10 (e.g. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).

Four of a Kind: Refers to four cards of the same number. For instance, four Kings or four 2s.

Full House: Consists of a hand with three of a kind plus a pair (e.g. three 7s and two Kings).

Four to a Royal Flush: This simply means you hold four of the five cards needed to form a Royal Flush. For instance, if you have a 10, Jack, Queen, and King, you only need an Ace to complete the Royal Flush.

Flush: Contains five cards of the same suit.
Three of a Kind: A hand that contains three cards of the same number. For example, three 6s or three Jacks.

Straight: Refers to five cards in sequential order but not necessarily of the same suit.
Four to a Straight Flush: Simply means you hold four of the five needed cards to complete a Straight Flush.

Two Pair: Refer to two pairs of cards, each pair containing the same number (e.g. two 4s and two Aces).

Three to a Royal Flush: You hold three of the necessary cards needed to form a Royal Flush.

Four to a Flush: Contains four cards of same suit.

Four to a Straight: Contains four cards in sequential order, but not necessarily of the same suit.

Three to a Straight Flush: Means you have three cards in sequential order and of the same suit to make a Straight Flush.

Two to a Royal Flush: Two cards to securing a Royal Flush.

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