Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationGambling · 6 months ago

I was playing double double bonus poker, with a total bet amount of 50 cents, 5 cents bet 10, I got a straight flush, why did it only pay me?

About $25 dollars.

But my mom gets paid 100 dollars betting 25 cents with 4 aces and a kicker.

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  • 6 months ago
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    There are multiple versions of Double Double Bonus poker machines. In general a straight flush pays about 50:1 and 50 x $0.50 = $25, while four aces with a 2, 3 or 4 pays 400:1 and 400 x $0.25 = $100. Because four aces is the bonus hand it pays more than a straight flush.

    When playing video poker you should always check the payouts for the machine you are playing. The highest hand does not always pay the most.

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  • Jeff T
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    6 months ago

    This is not real poker. A straight flush may beat four aces at the World Series of Poker, but the pay table on the video poker machine does not have to agree with that.

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  • 6 months ago

    I'm not familiar with "double double bonus poker," but normally in poker your winnings depend on the amount in the pot, not on the odds of getting a particular hand.


    From the description on their site, the game specifically pays bonuses on four-of-a-kind hands. Four aces is their highest-paying hand.

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