Video Poker Formats

There are over fifty different Video Poker formats available in casinos around the world. However, only about ten of these are consistently found in top online casinos.

The William Hill Casino features eight of the most popular video poker formats. These games are listed in two separate menus, with the basic version of each game listed on the Video Poker menu, and the bonus version of each game listed on the Bonus Poker menu.

Popular Video Poker Formats

The following popular video poker formats are found in the William Hill Casino:

Tens or Better Video Poker: Tens or Better video poker is popular as the only format that pays out on pairs of tens, with a double payout for two pairs.
Jacks or Better Video Poker: Jacks or Better video poker is the most popular, and most common, video poker format. The William Hill casino offers full pay Jacks or Better video poker, with a full house and a flush paid out at 9/1 and 6/1 respectively.
Deuces Wild Video Poker: Deuces Wild is video poker with a twist. The minimum qualifying hand is a three of a kind, however, the pack holds four ‘Wild’ 2’s that can be used to complete any hand. Deuces Wild offers a statistical player advantage for long-term strategy and play.
Super Jackpot Video Poker: Super Jackpot video poker uses the Jacks or Better video poker format and payout structure, but pays out a progressive jackpot when a player achieves a royal flush.
Joker Poker: Joker Poker video poker pays out on pairs of Kings or better. The game also offers lower payouts on low ranked hands. However, jokers in the pack increase the odds of achieving winning hands.
All American Video Poker: All American video poker is similar to Jacks or Better video poker, but offers better payouts on high ranked hands, and lower payouts on the lowest ranked hands.
Double Bonus Video Poker: Double Bonus video poker pays out on jacks or better, and also offers special payouts on 4 of a Kind hands featuring 2s, 3s or 4s.
Video Blackjack: Video Blackjack is popular amongst video poker players, applying the rules of blackjack to the basic principles of video poker.