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Some people love it others can't stand this game. Pick 'em Poker is a one of a kind video poker machine. The truth is that it is very simple to play and it has great jackpots on the paytable, but it's also much harder to get high-ranking poker hands. Take for example the Royal Flush, a typical video poker machine such as (link)Jacks or Better(link) hits one on average every 40,000 hands; but on Pick 'em Poker a Royal Flush is hit every 300,000 hands. The second best poker hand (Straight Flush) on average is hit every 700 hands but with Pick 'em Poker statistics say it appears every 37,000 hands. Before you get too skeptical about Pick 'em Poker, let me tell you that lower-ranking hands are easier to get, especially since the paytable starts with a pair of 9's and not the typical Jack's or better pair. And they also pay WAY more than normal video poker machines. This is a great game if you are new to video poker, the game rules have been simplified which makes it easier to play and win without applying hardcore video poker strategies.

Where to Play Pick 'em Poker

More and more land-based casinos are bringing this machine to their floor. However, when it comes to online gaming only a handful of casinos offer this game. Real Time Gaming (RTG) casinos have it but unfortunately most have stopped taking US and Canadian players. Before downloading any casino make sure to that they take players from your country.

Pick 'em Poker is offered in $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1 and $5 denominations at RTG casinos. With this game there is no Multi-Hand option since the nature of the rules don't allow for this feature.

How to Play Pick'em Poker

As most other online video poker games this one is played with a standard 52-card deck. Now, here's how this game differs from all the rest:

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  1. The machine will deal two cards on the left side that are fixed (you cannot hold or discard).
  2. Then there will be two sets of cards dealt on the right side. Each set has 3 cards but you can only see the top one.
  3. Follow your sixth sense and pick one of the two sets of cards that you feel will have the best cards based on the two fixed cards and the top card. After you make your pick, the two concealed cards will be revealed and your final poker has is completed.

A payout will be made according to the Pick 'em Poker video poker table:

Poker Hands

Coin 1

Coin 2

Coin 3

Coin 4

Coin 5

Royal Flush

1000

2000

3000

4000

6000

Straight Flush

200

400

600

800

1199

Four of a Kind

100

200

300

400

600

Full House

18

36

54

72

90

Flush

15

30

45

60

75

Straight

11

22

33

44

55

Three of a Kind

5

10

15

20

25

Two pair

3

6

9

12

15

9's or better pair

2

4

6

8

10

The great advantage of Pick 'em Poker is that it pays considerably high for Full Houses, Flushes and Straights, Three-of-a-Kinds, and Two Pair. Notice also the extra large jackpot for Royal Flushes on a 5-coin bet.

Basic Tips and Optimal Strategy for Pick 'em Video Poker

This game is much easier to play because instead of having 32 choices on every new deal, there are no more than two alternatives: picking the left or right stack of cards. So there are very simple guidelines to follow when playing Pick 'em Poker. Naturally, hold a winning pair or three-of-a-kind if you get it on the initial draw. If not, hold these cards in this exact order:

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