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Wizard
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August 16th, 2019 at 2:57:22 PM permalink
Rack 'Em Poker is a video poker game where the player gets a bonus for the number of times he achieves certain hands after the draw. Like a scatter pay in slot machines. It is an add-on to 25-, 50-, and 100-play video poker. To enable the feature, the player must pay an extra two credits per play.

For all the rules and returns, please see my new page on the game.

The questions for the poll is would you play Rack 'Em Poker, if the return were the same as conventional video poker?

It's not whether you win or lose; it's whether or not you had a good bet.
Hullabaloo
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August 16th, 2019 at 3:07:19 PM permalink
VideoPoker.com has had this for a year or more. I've played it many times and never had much luck with it. I doubt I'd play it in the casino.

You mentioned videopoker.com a few times but I don't think you included a link to the game, which is:

https://www.videopoker.com/play/?game=31&title=Rack%20%27Em%20Up%20Poker

You do need to be a member to play, but you don't need to have Gold.
tringlomane
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August 16th, 2019 at 4:58:39 PM permalink
Duplicate.
tringlomane
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August 16th, 2019 at 5:00:27 PM permalink
Quote: Hullabaloo

VideoPoker.com has had this for a year or more. I've played it many times and never had much luck with it. I doubt I'd play it in the casino.

You mentioned videopoker.com a few times but I don't think you included a link to the game, which is:

https://www.videopoker.com/play/?game=31&title=Rack%20%27Em%20Up%20Poker

You do need to be a member to play, but you don't need to have Gold.



You won't play it in the casino because there won't be any machines to play. My local was the last casino in to have this in the nation, iirc, and they got rid of it almost two years ago. I tried it once. I knew to hold 4 to a flush over 3 to a Royal at least. Lol

My bad. Looking at videopoker.com, Green Valley Ranch currently has the only machine in the entire nation at the moment.

And the article says this correctly, but it's "Rack 'Em Up" Poker.

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