Wagerworks was initially founded by leading slot machine manufacturer Silicon Gaming. In 2005 Silicon Gaming was acquired by International Game Technology (IGT) - one of the worlds biggest gaming companies. With the acquisition came the first real Las Vegas slots such as Wheel or Fortune coming online.
Only three video poker variations are available at Wagerworks casinos. These are Jacks or Better, Bonus Poker and Joker Poker (Tens or Better). All games come in single, four and ten hand versions. Just like in Las Vegas the pay tables work on a sliding scale based on coin size with the best games at the $5 denomination.
The pay backs are a bit of a mixed bag. The single hand pay tables are quite low while the best pay tables are found on the highest coin size 4 and 10 hand versions. For this reason you really have to be willing to bet $100 or $250 per game to have access to the best possible pay backs.
Note : Wagerworks video poker games have different pay backs for different coin sizes. The pay backs below are for the $5 games as they are the best. While this is quite common at land-based casinos we're not fans of this approach as it may encourage players to bet more than they are comfortable with.
Wagerworks Video Poker by RTP
|Jacks or Better 10 Hand||99.54|
|Jacks or Better 4 Hand||99.54|
|Bonus Poker 10 Hand||99.17|
|Bonus Poker 4 Hand||99.17|
|Joker Poker TPoB 10 Hand||98.47|
|Joker Poker TPoB 4 Hand||98.47|
|Bonus Poker Single Hand||96.87|
|Jacks or Better Single Hand||96.15|
|Joker Poker Single Hand||94.87|
Where to Play
Unfortunately there are no online casinos that offer Wagerworks video poker games. View other software providers.
The screen captures below show you the 4 hand version of Joker Poker and the 10 hand version of Bonus Poker.