Jackpot Joker Poker is a progressive video poker jackpot that can be played exclusively at Paf Casino. We have been tracking this jackpot since December 2011 and on average it has paid €45,398 per win and is won every 4 weeks.
This is not just another video poker game. Sure, you have played many video poker games called Joker Poker. You have been persuaded by the amazing concept of throwing in a Joker into a video poker game to help you out with putting together the best poker hand ever and winning high stakes for it. Still, you could think well it is just another video poker game.
Well, Paf Casino has decided to spice it up for you, by adding that little bit of adrenalin that you need to put back the fun in video poker. They tied the game to a progressive jackpot - the Jackpot Joker Poker Progressive. Everyone playing this video poker game contributes to the pot and by playing this game you could be winning the randomly rewarded jackpot.
The game is played with a regular deck of 52 cards to which a Joker is added. The Joker will replace any other card to help you form the best possible poker hand from the cards dealt to you. Once you have placed your bet and hit deal five cards will be dealt to you. By clicking the hold button you will be able to keep the cards you want and the others will be replaced in the second dealing of the cards. Your goal is to put together a winning poker hand. The jackpot can be won if you put together a natural Royal Flush - i.e. Ten, Jack, Queen, King, Ace without a joker.
One thing you may notice when playing this game is that there are in fact 10 different jackpots available corresponding with the selected coin size. The value tracked on this page is the amount you can win if you play the maximum wager which was a princely €50 per deal at the time I wrote this. However you should note that each coin size jackpot is completely independent, which means it can pay to change your coin size to play the jackpot that gives you the highest return in terms of either monetary value or payback percentage.