Nevada Poker is an unusual video poker game that is not a standard game in casinos. It is generally only found online. It is a Bonus Poker variant that essentially creates a mini jackpot for four aces and a higher payout on three aces compared to other trips. It also pays a higher amount for a full house and flush. In exchange for this, two pair only pays 1-1.

How to Play Wizard of Vegas Nevada Poker

Nevada Poker begins with placing a bet. Click the "Bet One" button to raise the bet by one coin. Click "Deal" once you are ready to see your cards. You may also click "Bet Max" and the game will automatically deal the cards. Betting the maximum amount of five coins will trigger a larger jackpot on a royal flush.

Once the cards are dealt, click on the cards that you want to hold. You may also use the keyboard shortcuts of C, V, B, N, and M to choose the cards from left to right. If you make a mistake and click on the wrong card that you want to hold then you can click it again to discard it. Once the hold cards are determined, hit "Draw" and the discards will be replaced. Once the hand is completed, click "Rebet" to wager the same amount in the next hand.

Wizard of Vegas Nevada Poker Features

There are other features in our Joker Poker game.

Help - Displays the Nevada Poker game rules, including keyboard shortcuts.

More Games - View all 12 available free video poker titles available at Wizard of Vegas.

Speed - Changes the speed setting between the four levels.

Stats - Displays the hands played, coins wagered, coins won, and total player return as a percentage of credits wagered during a session. A page refresh will reset these stats.

Edit Paytable - The Nevada Poker paytable may be changed by clicking "Edit Paytable" at the top of the page.

The game balance may be reset to 1,000 by reloading the page.

Nevada Poker Paytable

The following is the payout per coin. Multiply the number of coins wagered by the payout to determine the exact number of coins won on a hand.

  • Royal flush: 800 (250 when wagering less than five coins)
  • Straight flush: 100
  • Four aces: 200
  • All other four of a kinds: 25
  • Full house: 11
  • Flush: 8
  • Straight: 5
  • Three aces: 6
  • All other three of a kinds: 3
  • Two paid: 1
  • Pair of Jacks or better: 1