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Max Out Poker

Max Out Poker was first introduced as a video poker game in Caesars Palace in 2005.  It is not a progressive poker game.  Max Out Poker is a variation of five card draw in which you are playing a multiple hand.  You can have up to ten hands per round if you have enough money to wager.  You always need to make the maximum bet of five coins.  This is where the big wins are going to be for every hand.  In Max Out Poker if you play five coins and earn a Royal Flush you get 10,000 times your bet.  This is of course if every hand gets the Royal Flush.  Otherwise it is the same 800 times for the big hands of Royal Flushes.  If you place more than five coins you get additional hands.

Each hand is going to be played separately.  In other words you have a deck for each hand that you are playing.  The cards are not going to be cross hands.  For example if you are playing two hands the first hand cards will not help your second hand make the better hand.  You have to draw additional cards to try for a better hand than you get on the first deal.

 
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