The jack, queen, or king of any suit. In many video poker games holding a single face card is more valuable (has higher expected value) then holding any 3 card inside straights.
- A non-progressive video poker game
- A slant-top or bartop video poker machine (not an upright).
See also: Upright
Lower denomination (typically $0.25 and less) advantage players. Since their effect on the bottom line is so low, many casinos regard Fleas as mere annoyances.
A video game in which after a certain number of flushes had been awarded (for a group of similar machines), the payout for the next flush would be increased to 25-1, the same payout for the much rarer four of a kind (in Jacks or Better video poker). The Flush Attack feature made the game positive. It was exploited and can no longer be found.
Four cards to a flush. That is, four cards of the same suit.
See also: Flush
"Full Pay". Term used to describe a pay table. Note that a FP game may not be the highest paying variant.
The number of coins that must be played to realize a particular games best paytable. Typically, casinos short-pay a video poker game when played less then Full-coin. For example, very often a Royal Flush pays 4000 units for a 5 coin, Full-coin wager, but only 800 units for a 4-coin wager. All vpfree2 pay tables are listed per coin, assuming that at least the Full-coin level is reached (5 coins in most instances).
Originally a term used to distinguish the first version of a particular game (to commonly appear), which was subsequently replaced by a similar game with a lower return. Today, the Full-pay designation refers to a particular pay table for a game and does not indicate if higher or lower returning variants are common. To avoid confusion, game return and pay table should be used to distinguish games.
See also: Pay table
The 100.7% EV variant of deuces wild.
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