Starting to rival the popularity of Jacks or Better, Double Bonus offers increased wins for all four of a kinds with a big pay off for four aces. The variance is almost twice that of Jacks or Better so you will find that Double Bonus is in general a more volatile game where you will experience bigger ups and downs.
Full Pay Double Bonus Video Poker
The pay table below shows part of the reason why the game is so popular. The full pay version has a pay back of just over 100% coming in at 100.17%. You can identify this version by looking at the pays for the full house, flush and straight which are 10/7/5 respectively. Of course as you can see below you have to play five coins to have any chance at getting the highest possible payback.
|Full Pay||1 Coin||2 Coins||3 Coins||4 Coins||5 Coins|
|Four 2 - 4||80||160||240||320||400|
|Four 5 - K||50||100||150||200||250|
|Three of a Kind||3||6||9||12||15|
|Jacks or Better||1||2||3||4||6|
More Pay Tables
Below are five common pay tables that you will see on Double Bonus machines. The only changes that you will see are for the full house, flush and straight pays but notice how even changing the full house pay by just one coin on the 9/7/5 version lowers the overall payout by over 1%.
|Other Pay Tables||9/7/5||9/6/5||9/7/4||9/6/4||9/5/4|
|Four 2 - 4||80||80||80||80||80|
|Four 5 - K||50||50||50||50||50|
|Three of a Kind||3||3||3||3||3|
|Jacks or Better||1||1||1||1||1|
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