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Pick'em Poker

Pick'em Poker is a variation of the Pick Five based on draw poker. Pick'em Poker is offered by Bally Game Maker machines. In this game you will have a 52 card deck that is dealt from. Once you have placed the max bet or any bet you will be dealt two cards. You will keep these first two cards. Then you are going to be dealt another two cards. In this deal you need to choose the card you wish to keep. The third card that you keep should have some bearing on the poker hand you are trying to create with the first two cards. You now have three cards and the last deal will offer you two more cards. The last two cards will create your five card poker hand

Depending on what the hand has offered, you will be paid accordingly.  It is best to try for the top hand in the cards you have been dealt.  This means if you can make a possible Royal Flush from the first three cards, that should be what you go for.  You can also try for a pair, but it should be Jacks or Better to ensure a payout.  You should expect a return of 99.5 percent on your hands.  


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