Joker Poker Play’n Go Mobile Video Poker ReviewPlay at Vera & John »
How to play Joker Poker Play’n Go
A rare mobile poker machine, Joker Poker by Play’n Go might not have the best paytable, but still decent enough odds to allow you to play strategically.
This Joker Poker video poker machine is only played using one deck of 53 cards – the extra card being the Joker in the title. This wild card can be used to help you create a much needed winning hand combination.
Couple of reasons we couldn’t rank it higher; depending on which mobile casino you play you’ll get either the multi-handed version (where you can play either one or four hands) or just single hand video poker.
We prefer the first obviously, which you can find at Vera&John casino.
Secondly the return to player rate isn’t optimal for a Joker Poker game with two pairs as the lowest hand, which with the right mobile video poker strategy can usually bring a 99% return to player rate. If you play the maximum coins on this Play’n Go game at best you’ll get 95.01%. If you don’t play the maximum coins, this can go as low as 93.95%. There are other video poker machines with better returns out there.
But there are few mobile Joker Poker games so we have to give this machine a little slack. If this is your game of choice and you are out and about playing mobile casino, then this version certainly has some great advantages. For one it will work flawlessly on all the devices at hand and the graphics are sharp enough to be seen on a screen of any size.
Not a perfect machine, but good enough for video poker fans.
Video Poker overview
|Game Software||Play'n Go|
|Min / Max Bet:||0.25 (one hand) 1.25 (one hand max coins) / 25 (1 hand, max coins) or 20 (4 hands, max coins)|
|Max Win:||4,000 on Royal Flush|
|Number of Hands:||1 and/or 4 hands|
It’s not revolutionary and it’s not perfect, but this Joker Poker video poker game works well and if you play the maximum coins brings as good a return as some of the mobile slot machines out there.
Review by Lucky Mobile Casinos, Last updated: April 17, 2018