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  • A “full house” consists of three of a kind plus a pair. The hand above is called “kings full of tens” because the player has three kings and two tens. The rank of the card in the three-of-a-kind is decisive, so K♣ K♥ K♠ 10♣ 10♠ beats 10♣ 10♥ 10♠ K♣ K♠. In poker jargon, a full house is also known as a “boat”.
  • Dec 03, 2010 Pair of Jokers is the eleventh episode of Season 1.
  • Watch Pair of Kings - Season 1, Episode 12 - Pair of Jokers: The kings try to teach the islanders how to pull pranks but they go too far and, as Makayla warned, bad karma catches up.

This page provides what I believe to be the absolute best strategy for playing Joker Wild video poker. By using the strategy listed on this page you can achieve a payout percentage of 100.64% at a full pay Joker Wild game. Make sure to remember that this strategy was devised for full pay Joker Wild games, which use the following pay table:

Hand:Payout:
Natural Royal Flush800
Five of a Kind200
Wild Royal Flush100
Straight Flush50
Four of a Kind20
Full House7
Flush5
Straight3
Three of a Kind2
Two Pair1
Pair (Kings or Better)1
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The pay table above assumes that you're betting five coins per hand. If you bet less than five coins per hand the natural royal flush will pay out less, and your return will go down. Also, if you're playing a different Joker Wild pay table this strategy will be good, but not perfect.

Expert Joker Wild Strategy

Here is how you should use the chart below:

  1. Choose the proper chart depending on if you have 0 Jokers or 1 Joker
  2. Start at the top of the chart and work down.
  3. When you see a hand that matches up with yours, follow that strategy.

Example: Imagine you have Ac-Kc-Kh-8c-2c. In this case, you'd match up with a few rows on the table below. Your hand would qualify for a high pair of Kings, an AK suited with one penalty (the other King is a penalty card), and four to a flush. However, on the table you'll notice that a pair of Kings is higher than AK suited or a four flush, so you should keep the Kings and ditch the other three cards.

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Strategy for Hands with No Joker

Here are the rankings for every Joker Wild hand that does notDoghouse megaways free. have a Joker. Remember, find the highest match on the list for your hand and hold those cards. The middle column shows the expected return for the specific hand. In the example column, h = Hearts, s = Spades, c = Clubs, d = Diamonds, T = Ten, s = Suited.

HandExpected ReturnExample
Pat Royal Flush800.0000Th-Jh-Qh-Kh-Ah
Pat Straight Flush50.00006h-7h-8h-9h-Th
Four of a Kind23.75006c-6s-6d-6h-9s
Royal Flush Draw19.8958Th-Jh-Qh-Kh-4h
Pat Full House7.0000Ac-Ad-As-Js-Jc
Pat Flush5.0000Ac-Jc-6c-5c-4c
Open Straight Flush Draw4.16674c-5c-6c-7c-Th
Three of a Kind3.93628c-8s-8d-9h-3d
Inside Straight Flush Draw3.1042Qs-Js-9s-8s-4c
Pat Straight3.00004c-5s-6h-7h-8h
Two Pair1.62503c-3s-4d-4h-Ac
Q-J-T suited1.4424Qh-Jh-Th-4d-3d
K-Q-Js, K-Q-Ts, K-J-Ts (w/ no Flush penalty*)1.4379Kc-Qc-Jc-8s-5s
High Pair (Jacks or Better)1.5405Ac-Ad-Js-8c-5h
Three to a Royal, A+K (w/ no St. or Fl. penalty*)1.4113Ac-Kc-Tc-Ts-5h
Pair of Aces or Kings1.3997Ac-As-8s-5h-2h
Three to a Royal, A+K (w/ 1 St. or Fl. penalty*)1.3989Ac-Kc-Tc-Js-5h
K-Q-Js, K-Q-Ts, K-J-Ts (w/ 1 Flush penalty*)1.3945Kc-Qc-Jc-8c-5s
Three to a Royal, Ace High, no King1.3005Ac-Qc-Tc-5h-4h
Four to a Flush1.0417Kh-8h-6h-3h-2s
Three to a Straight Flush, Open, No St. Penalty0.73584c-5c-6c-Th-9h
Low Pair (Twos through Queens)0.73143c-3s-7h-9h-Jc
3 to a St. Flush, Open (w/ 1 or 2 St. Penalties*)0.72253c-4c-5c-7s-8d
K-Q-J-T0.6250Kc-Qs-Jc-Ts-2h
3 to a St. Flush, One Gap0.60204h-5h-7h-9c-Tc
3 to a St. Flush, 2 Gaps, 1 High Card0.60118h-Th-Qh-9c-2s
A-K suited0.5700Ac-Kc-9s-6s-2d
Four to a Straight, Open, 2345-9TJQ0.56252c-3s-4c-5d-8s
Three to a St. Flush, 2 Gaps, 0 High Cards0.48764c-6c-8c-9s-Js
K-Qs, K-Js, K-Ts0.4694Kc-Qc-8s-6s-4h
A-K offsuit0.4506Ac-Ks-9h-6h-3s
A-Qs, A-Js, A-Ts (w/ no flush penalty*)0.4472Ac-Qs-8s-5s-2h
Ace or King0.4469Ac-9s-7h-4s-2d
J-T suited0.3560Jc-Tc-7s-5h-2d
Q-J suited, Q-T suited0.3448Ac-Jc-7s-5h-2d
Two to a Straight Flush, Open, (w/ no penalty*)0.33245c-6c-Ts-2d-Jd
Everything Else » Draw Five New Cards0.359810s-8c-6d-4s-2h

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Strategy for Hands with One Joker

Here is the strategy chart for hands with one joker. Remember to find the highest match on the list and hold those cards. In the below table, W stands for 'Wild' and means the Joker card. We used W instead of J because J also represents a Jack.

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HandExpected ReturnExample
Pat Five of a Kind200.0000Tc-Td-Th-Ts-W
Pat Joker Royal100.0000Tc-Jc-Qc-Kc-W
Pat Straight Flush50.00006c-7c-8c-9c-W
Four of a Kind23.75004c-4s-4d-W-Jc
Pat Full House7.0000Ac-Ad-As-Js-W
Four to a Joker Royal6.1458Tc-Jc-Qc-W-2d
Four to a Straight Flush, Open, W345s-W9TJs5.93754c-5c-6c-W-Js
Pat Flush5.0000Ac-Jc-6c-5c-W
Four to a Straight Flush, One Gap4.81255c-W-8c-9c-Js
Four to a Straight Flush, 2 Gaps, 1 Hi Card4.1042Jc-9c-7c-W-3h
Three of a Kind3.93628c-8s-W-9h-3d
Four to a Straight Flush, 2 Gaps, 0 Hi Cards3.7292Tc-8c-6c-W-2h
Pat Straight3.00004c-5s-6h-7h-W
Three to a Royal, King High2.0505Kc-Qc-W-2h-4c
Four to a Flush, One or Two High Cards2.0208Jc-8c-6c-W-2s
Three to a Royal, Jack High1.9317Jc-Tc-W-6h-2h
Three to a Royal, Ace High1.9176Ac-Jc-W-8s-2h
Three to a St. Flush, Open, W45s-W9Ts1.8670W-5c-6c-9s-Jd
Three to a St. Flush, 3 Gaps, 1 Hi Card1.8059Jc-7c-W-4s-2d
Three to a Royal, Queen High1.7934Qc-Tc-W-8s-2h
3 to a St. Flush, 1 Gap, 6-T Hi (w/ no penalty*)1.7287Tc-8c-W-7s-2s
Joker and Ace (w/ no Flush penalty*)1.7148Ac-W-9s-6d-2h
Joker and King (w/ no Flush penalty*)1.7050Kc-W-9s-6d-2h
Joker and Ace (w/ One Flush penalty*)1.7021Ac-W-9s-6d-2c
3 to a St. Flush, 1 Gap, 6-T Hi (w/ 1 penalty*)1.6989Tc-8c-W-4c-2s
Joker and K-Q-J, K-Q-T, K-J-T1.6875Kc-Qs-Jd-W-2h
Joker and King (w/ One Flush penalty*)1.6839Kc-W-8d-6s-2c
Three to a St. Flush, 1 Gap, 4, 5, or Jack High1.68095c-3c-W-8s-9d
3 to a St. Flush, 2 Gaps, 6-J Hi (w/ no penalty*)1.5541Tc-7c-W-4h-2s
Four to a Flush, no High Cards1.5417Qc-7c-2c-W-8s
3 to a St. Flush, 2 Gaps, 6-J Hi (w/ St. penalty*)1.5328Tc-7c-W-8s-2s
Joker + 23s, 24s, 25s, Q9s1.52752c-3c-W-8s-Jd
Four to a Straight, Open, 6-T High1.5208Tc-9s-7d-W-4c
Joker + 6/7/8 (w/ least penalty*)1.49528c-W-4d-2h-Qd
Joker + Ten (w/ no penalty*)1.4932Tc-W-5s-3d-2h
Joker + 5/9 (w/ no penalty*)1.49269c-W-4s-3d-2h
Joker + Ten (w/ one penalty*)1.4720Tc-W-Js-4h-2d
Joker + 5/9 (w/ one penalty*)1.46959c-W-5s-3d-2h
Joker + 9-T-J1.4583Jc-Ts-9d-W-4h
Joker + Ten (w/ two or more penalties*)1.4514Tc-W-Js-7d-2h
Joker + 5/9 (w/ two or more penalties*)1.44739c-W-5s-3c-2h
Joker + Jack (four different suits)1.4369Jc-W-6d-3s-2h
Everything Else » Keep Joker and Draw Four1.4360W-6c-7d-2h-3s

*Penalty cards are any cards which you plan to discard that hurt your chances of completing a draw. For example, if you have 7c-9c-Jc-8s-5h and plan to keep the 7c-9c-Jc, the 8s that you're discarding actually hurts you because there is one less card in the deck that completes your straight. However, it still makes sense to discard the 8s because you have better expected return going for the straight flush than to draw to the inside straight.

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Straight (St.) penalty cards mean cards that interfere w/ a hand's possibility of making a straight. Flush penalty cards mean cards that interfere w/ a hand's possibility of making a flush. High Pair (HP) penalty cards mean cards that interfere w/ a hand's possibility of making a high pair (a pair Jacks or better).

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