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Lucky Draw Bonus

Lucky Draw Bonus is a video poker game which offers special payouts for four of a kinds with aces, twos, threes or fours. There's different strains of Lucky Draw games, so make sure you find the one that suits you best.

 

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How to Play Lucky Draw Bonus

Lucky Draw is a 5 card draw poker game. There are special play characteristics and payouts, depending on the variation of the game that is being played. Any of these variations may or may not be available to play. The variations are described below:

Variation

Rules Differences

Joker Poker

Jokers are wild cards that substitute for any other card; Awards include Five-of-a-kind (using wild cards)

Deuces Wild

All two's (deuces) are wild cards that substitute for any other card; Special payouts for Royal Flush with wilds and Royal Flush without wilds; Special payouts for Five-of-a-kind (using wild cards)

Bonus

Special payouts for Four-of-a-kind with Aces, Twos, Threes or Fours

Double Bonus

Special payouts for Four-of-a-kind with Aces, Twos, Threes or Fours

Jacks or Better

The lowest winning hand is one pair of Jacks.



Lucky Draw allows you to wager on 1 to 4 hands of poker at the same time.

To play, click the Bet 1 button. Each time you click the Bet 1 button you will add another hand of cards, until you have wagered on all 4 hands. After you have wagered on all 4 hands, each time you click on the Bet 1 button another credit will be added to your wager, 1 hand at a time. You can continue to bet in this way until you have wagered the maximum amount, which is 20 credits (5 credits per hand). If you wager the maximum amount of 20 credits, the game will automatically start. When you have reached your desired wager, click the Play button to deal the cards.

You can also click the Bet 4 button to bet up to 20 credits, and then press the Play button. Each time you click the Bet 4 button, your bet on each of the 4 hands will be increased by 1 credit. If you click the BET 4 button 5 times, the game will automatically start on the 5th click.

If you have enough credits, click the Bet Max button to automatically bet 20 credits and deal the first hand. Or, just press the Play button right away to automatically rebet the same amount you bet the last game, and start the game.

You will be dealt five cards into your initial hand. You can choose to hold one or more of these cards by clicking on the card itself, or clicking the Hold button below it. If you change your mind, you can release the hold by pressing it again. Any cards that you hold in your initial hand will become your held cards in the hands above.

Then, click the Draw button to discard and receive new cards, or if you have held all cards the Draw button will evaluate your hand. New cards will be dealt into all of your wagered hands to replace the ones that you did not hold.

The Turbo button does not change the method of play or the rules of the game, but quickens the pace of play by eliminating certain animations. When Turbo is on, the button is highlighted in red. You can turn the Turbo feature on or off by clicking it.


Rules

Malfunction voids all pays and play.

Only highest winner paid for each wagered hand.

Awards are shown in credits.


Additional Information

New decks are shuffled for each round of play; one deck is used for each hand.

The Game Console provides information and access to additional features:

  • Your current balance in your chosen currency
  • Your total number of credits
  • The denomination in which the game is being played. This represents the value of each credit.

The Meter Bar on the bottom of the game screen displays the denomination that the game is being played in, the number of credits paid if a win occurred, and the number of credits bet on the last/current proposition.

The average payback for this game of chance is between 97.93% and 99.17% based upon play strategy and the size of the wager. System malfunction voids all plays.