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One More Poker by Espresso

One More Poker

Game Features:

  • Play head to head against the dealer
  • Dealer qualifies with King/Ace
  • Player has six cards
  • Optional Insurance bet
  • Optional Jackpot bet

The object of the game is to achieve a better poker hand than the dealer.

There is also a progressive jackpot, funded by each Jackpot bet placed by any participating player.

The game is played with one standard deck of 52 cards, reshuffled before each round of play. Standard poker hand rankings are used to evaluate hands (see Hand Values).

How to Play One More Poker

  1. Click on the chip tray to select the desired bet amount.
  2. Place your bets. You must place a bet in the Bet space to play. The Insurance bet is optional. The Jackpot bet is optional. Details can be found in the Jackpot Rules section below.
  3. Click on the DEAL button to start the hand. Six cards will be dealt face up to you, then five cards face down to the dealer. The hand ranking of your hand will be shown next to your cards considering the top 5.
  4. After viewing your cards, you must choose whether to fold your hand and lose your bets, or to continue and play against the dealer. The FOLD button will terminate the hand and the bets and cards on the table will be swept. The RAISE button places a 1x Bet bet in the Raise circle, the bet is removed from your balance and the dealer's cards are revealed.
  5. The dealer's hand ranking will be shown beneath his cards. If the dealer does not have at least a King and Ace or higher, he does not qualify to play. If the dealer qualifies, the hand with the higher poker ranking wins (see Hand Values). If you and the dealer have the same hand ranking, it's a tie and your bets are returned to you. There is no additional ranking order for suits.

The Payouts section below shows the payouts for the possible results of play.

Jackpot Rules

To participate to win the jackpot you must place a Jackpot bet. Your Jackpot bet is added to the jackpot balance at the end of each hand, after a dealer's fee has been deducted. See RTP section for jackpot increment %. The jackpot win is independent of the outcome of the DEALER cards. The payouts based on the player's hand are shown below.

Jackpot Payouts
Royal Flush100%
Straight Flush50%
Four of a Kind10%
Full House5%
Flush3%
Straight1%

Jackpot fixed bet, which costs the value of 1.00.

  • You must bet on Bet before placing a Jackpot bet.
  • When you compete for the jackpot, the dealer's hand is not considered.
  • If you decide to fold your hand, you could still win the jackpot.

Jackpot Balance Management

When the jackpot balance increases or decreases, there can be a delay of up to 30 seconds in displaying the updated jackpot amount in the game.

In the extremely rare case that the same jackpot is won twice within this brief period of time, the first jackpot win in chronological order will be paid out based on the jackpot balance at the time of the win and the second payout will be based on the remaining jackpot balance. If the first jackpot payout causes the jackpot balance to be reset, this will occur before the second payout is processed.

Because the timing of game events is tracked with finite precision, simultaneous jackpot wins are not technically possible. There will always be a chronological first and second jackpot winner, the first payout being based on the jackpot balance at the time of the win and the second being based on the remaining jackpot balance or the newly reset jackpot balance, if the first win caused the jackpot to be reset.

Jackpot payouts are always based on the latest jackpot balance stored on the remote game server at the time of the jackpot win. Through continued technical optimization, all efforts are made to ensure the smallest possible delay in jackpot balance updates from the remote server to the display of the game on the end user's device.

Payouts

No Insurance
Bet TypeDealer doesn't qualifyDealer qualifies, your hand winsDealer qualifies, hands tieDealer qualifies, dealer's hand wins
Bet1:11:1Push (bet is returned)Bet is lost
6thPush (bet is returned)Push (bet is returned)Push (bet is returned)Bet is lost
RaisePush (bet is returned)Payouts for winning hands shown belowPush (bet is returned)Bet is lost
Insurance
Bet TypeDealer doesn't qualifyDealer qualifies, your hand winsDealer qualifies, hands tieDealer qualifies, dealer's hand wins
BetPush (bet is returned)Bet is lost
6thPush (bet is returned)Push (bet is returned)Push (bet is returned)Bet is lost
RaisePayouts for winning hands shown belowPayouts for winning hands shown belowPush (bet is returned)Bet is lost
InsurancePush (bet is returned even if you decide to fold your hand)Bet is lostBet is lostBet is lost

In cases where the dealer does not qualify and the player has bet on INSURANCE and has a hand lower than A-K high, the player is only entitled to the payment of the BET, while the RAISE, 6th and INSURANCE bets are returned.

Payouts for winning hands
Royal Flush500:1
Straight Flush80:1
Four of a Kind30:1
Full House12:1
Flush9:1
Straight6:1
Three of a Kind4:1
Two Pair2:1
Pair1:1
A-K High1:1

Hand Values

Hand RankHand Description
Royal Flush10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace of the same suit.
Straight FlushA straight with all five cards in the same suit. If both hands have a straight flush, the hand with the highest card(s) wins.
Four of a KindFour cards of the same number or face value, for example four Queens. If both hands have a four of a kind, the hand with the higher four of a kind wins.
Full HouseThree of a kind plus a pair. If both hands have a full house, the hand with the highest ranking three of a kind wins.
FlushFive cards of the same suit, not in sequence. If both hands have a flush, the hand with the highest card(s) wins.
StraightFive cards, of any suit, in sequence. An Ace can be used as a high card in the highest straight (10, J, Q, K, A) or a low card in the lowest straight (A, 2, 3, 4, 5). If both hands have a straight, the straight with the highest card(s) wins.
Three of a KindThree cards of the same number or face value, for example three 7's. If both hands have a three of a kind, the hand with the higher three of a kind wins.
Two PairTwo Pairs of cards with 2 different values, for example two Queens and two 6's. If both hands have two pair, the hand with the highest pair wins. If they have the same high pair, whoever has the second highest pair wins. If they have the same two pair, whoever has the highest fifth card (the kicker) wins.
PairTwo cards of the same number or face value, for example two Queens. If both hands have a pair, the hand with the higher pair wins. If both hands have the same pair, the highest outside card(s) wins.
A-K HighA hand with none of the other combinations specified above. If both hands are high card hands, the one with the highest card(s) wins. Ace is the highest possible card.
  • RTP: 97.81%
  • Jackpot bet: 90.00%
  • Supported Platform: TV, Desktop, Tablet, Mobile
  • Release Year: 2020


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One More Poker Review

One More Poker: A Fun and Thrilling Video Poker Game

If you're a fan of video poker, you'll love One More Poker by Espresso. This exciting game is played head to head against the dealer and features six cards for the player, along with optional Insurance and Jackpot bets.

How to Play

The objective of the game is to achieve a better poker hand than the dealer. The dealer qualifies with King/Ace. The game is played with one standard deck of 52 cards, which is reshuffled before each round of play. Standard poker hand rankings are used to evaluate hands.

Optional Bets

One More Poker also offers optional Insurance and Jackpot bets. The Insurance bet pays out 2 to 1 if the dealer has blackjack, while the Jackpot bet contributes to a progressive jackpot that can be won by any participating player.

Play for Free

If you want to practice your video poker skills or simply enjoy the game without risking any real money, One More Poker is available to play for free. Try out the demo version and see if you have what it takes to beat the dealer.

Experience the Thrill of One More Poker

Overall, One More Poker is a fun and thrilling video poker game that offers players the chance to win big while enjoying the classic game of poker. Try it out today and experience the excitement for yourself!

Game Rating: 5