Video Poker Strategy - From Basics to Expert Play

Guide to Video Poker

Video poker is a popular pick for casino visitors who want the best chance of winning. After all, some video poker games offer payback worth between 99.17% and 100.76%.

The big catch, though, is that you need to use good strategy in order to achieve these lofty payback percentages.

This is easier said than done because there are lots of different moves that you can make on any one video poker hand. But the good news is that you can gradually become a better player and make the right play again and again.

Let's discuss how to use good video poker strategy below by looking at the basics, strategy charts, training software, hand calculators, loyalty programs, and bankroll considerations.

Strategy Basics - Bet Size & Picking Games

The best way to learn video poker strategy is from the ground up. Once you understand the fundamentals, it becomes easier to learn the intermediate and advanced techniques later on.

If you're new to strategy, here are some basic concepts that are good to start with.

Bet Size

Standard video poker machines give you the ability to bet between 1 and 5 coins per hand.

To many low rollers, the idea of betting just one coin per hand sounds appealing. But the problem is that you won't put yourself in line for maximum payback.

The reason why is because you only stand to win the highest royal flush payout when betting the 5 coin max. You can see this point illustrated below:

  • 1 coin bet = 250 coin royal flush
  • 2 coin bet = 500 coin royal flush
  • 3 coin bet = 750 coin royal flush
  • 4 coin bet = 1,000 coin royal flush
  • 5 coin bet = 4,000 coin royal flush

The royal flush payout increases proportionately from 1 coins to 4 coins. But there's a large 3,000 coin increase when you move up to the fifth coin.

This is the sole reason why skilled players wager 5 coins on every hand.

Of course, you don't have to bet the 5 coin max. After all, the royal flush only makes up around 2% of the average video poker game's payback.

But again, this is what you need to do in order to get the highest return possible. Here's an example using 9 / 6 Double Double Bonus:

  • 9 / 6 Double Double Bonus w / 1 to 4 coins bet = 98.90% optimal payback
  • 9 / 6 Double Double Bonus w / 5 coins bet = 100.07% optimal payback
Choosing Games

One of the simplest things that you can do to ensure your video poker success involves picking the right games. After all, why put all the work into strategy if you're just going to play low paying machines?

When choosing a video poker variation, you should consider three main factors:

  • 1Payback
  • 2Availability
  • 3Volatility

The biggest factor that most players focus on is the payback. Obviously you want to get as close to 100% payback as possible, or even over.

The highest paying video poker games found in land based casinos include Deuces Wild (100.76% payback) and 10 / 7 / 5 Double Bonus (100.17%). But the problem here is that no casino outside of Nevada offers these games.

And this brings us to availability because you can't play video poker variations that you can't find.

One game that most players have access to is 9 / 6 Jacks or Better, which offers 99.54% payback. If you can't find this, the next best choice is normally 8 / 5 Bonus Poker (99.17% payback).

These two games are also good with respect to volatility (a.k.a. variance), or how predictable your short term results will be in relation to long term payback.

If you don't have a large bankroll, then you want to choose the least volatile games. And the least volatile games are those that offer more small payouts.

Bonus Poker is a good example because it offers the following small payouts:

Hand Payout
Full house 8 coins
Flush 5 coins
Straight 4 coins
3 of a kind 3 coins
Two pair 2 coins
Jacks or better 1 coin

Due to all of these smaller payouts, Bonus Poker will see you win more frequently than most video poker games. And this is why it's a good choice for low rollers looking to preserve their bankrolls.

Choosing Pay Tables

Every video poker game offers different pay tables, and your goal should be to pick the best available pay table for each variant.

Let's look at examples of Double Double Bonus pay tables:

  • 10 / 6 Double Double Bonus (DDB) = 100.07% payback
  • 9 / 6 DDB = 98.98%
  • 8 / 6 DDB = 97.89%
  • 9 / 5 DDB = 99.87%

Here's another example using Jacks or Better:

  • 9 / 6 Jacks or Better (JoB) = 99.54% payback
  • 9 / 5 JoB = 98.45%
  • 8 / 6 JoB = 98.39%
  • 8 / 5 JoB = 97.30%
  • 7 / 5 JoB = 96.15%

The two numbers in front of both JoB and Double Double Bonus signify how much they pay for a full house and flush.

In the case of 10 / 6 DDB, you'll be paid 10 coins for a full house and 6 for a flush. With 8 / 6 DDB, you'll only get 8 coins for a full house and 6 for a flush.

You gain no upside by choosing the worst pay tables. This is why it's important to look for the best table you can find for your favorite game.

One problem is that some land based casinos just don't offer good pay tables. In this case, you can either play online video poker or choose a lesser pay table like the 9 / 5 or 8 / 6 version.

The key is that you know what to look for so you understand what kind of payback you're facing.

What Game Should You Start with?

The best video poker game to begin with is Jacks or Better, and here are the reasons why:

  • 1The 9 / 6 pay table is available in many land based and online casinos.
  • 2The strategy is simpler than many other games.
  • 3JoB has low volatility.

The reason why JoB features simpler strategy than other variants is because there aren't as many payouts. With fewer payouts to consider, you'll also have fewer strategy aspects to worry about.

Let's compare Jacks or Better to Double Double Bonus to illustrate this point:

9 / 6 Jacks or Better Pay table
Hand 1 coin 2 coins 3 coins 4 coins 5 coins
Royal flush 25000.00% 500 750 1,000 4,000
Straight flush 5000.00% 100 300 400 500
4 of a kind 2500.00% 50 75 100 125
Full house 900.00% 18 27 36 45
Flush 600.00% 12 18 24 30
Straight 400.00% 8 12 16 20
3 of a kind 300.00% 6 9 12 15
2 pairs 200.00% 4 6 8 10
Jacks or better 100.00% 2 3 4 5
9 / 6 Double Double Pay Table
Hand 1 coin 2 coins 3 coins 4 coins 5 coins
Royal flush 250 500 750 1,000 4,000
Straight Flush 5000.00% 100 150 200 250
4 aces + 2 4 40000.00% 800 1,200 1,600 2,000
4 2s 4s + A 4 16000.00% 320 480 640 800
4 aces 16000.00% 320 480 640 800
4 2s 4s 8000.00% 160 240 320 400
4 5s Ks 5000.00% 100 150 200 250
Full house 900.00% 18 27 36 45
Flush 600.00% 12 18 24 30
Straight 400.00% 8 12 16 20
3 of a kind 300.00% 6 9 12 15
2 pairs 100.00% 2 3 4 5
Jacks or better 100.00% 2 3 4 5

The JoB pay table has 9 payouts, while the DDB pay table has 13 payouts. As you can see, this is a notable difference and one that makes DDB tougher to play.

Now, this isn't to say that the DDB playing process is any more difficult. But if you're looking to use optimal strategy, then you'll have a much easier time with JoB.

Another point worth making is that JoB is less volatile because it pays 2:1 for a two pair.

This doesn't seem like a big difference, but consider that a two pair occurs 1 in 7.75 hands. Contrast this to the odds of a 4 of a kind occurring, which are only 1 in 423.25 hands.

Video Poker Strategy Charts

Once you understand video poker games and what they pay, the next step is learning strategy.

This is where things seemingly get difficult because you have multiple options with every video poker hand. And each decision you make has an impact on the long term house edge.

Let's look at a sample 9 / 6 JoB hand to illustrate this point:

  • You're dealt: Kd 9h 7s 5c Jc
  • Choice #1: Keeping Kd Jc results in 2.451 expected value (EV) on a 5 coin bet.
  • Choice #2: Keeping only the Jc results in 2.324 EV.
  • Choice #3: Keeping only the Kd results in 2.312 EV.

As you can see, there's not a tremendous difference in the average expected payout you'll receive from each decision. But the difference becomes greater over time as you continue playing hands.

This is why it pays to take every step possible towards improving your video poker skills. And one of the best places to begin is with strategy charts.

What is a Video Poker Strategy Chart?

A strategy chart (a.k.a. card) ranks made and non made video poker hands in terms of their importance. This becomes particularly helpful when you're trying to decide what to keep in a difficult hand.

Here's an example:

  • You're playing Jacks or Better.
  • You're dealt: 8s 9s 10s Js 8d
  • You have both a two pair and 4 cards to a straight flush.

Keeping a made two pair is alluring because you're guaranteed to win. But a strategy chart will show you that 4 cards to a straight flush ranks just above a two pair in this instance.

The great thing about strategy charts is that they provide a convenient strategy reference while you're playing. The downside is that you won't find strategy charts across the internet for every video poker game.

In fact, only the most popular video poker variations have charts. And this is another thing that makes Jacks or Better a great game to start with because you can easily find its strategy cards.

Simple and Advanced Strategy

Video poker strategy charts can be broken down into simple and advanced versions. The reason for this is that simple cards often get you close to optimal payback - just with fewer hands to remember.

Advanced strategy charts are meant to get you to optimal payback. But they include more minor details that the average player won't want to deal with.

You'll also find intermediate charts that offer something in between regarding both difficulty and payback. You can see simple, intermediate, and advanced strategy charts in the following sections.

Simple Jacks or Better Strategy Chart (99.46% Payback)

  • 1Royal flush, straight flush, 4 of a kind
  • 24 cards to a royal
  • 3Full house, flush, straight, 3 of a kind
  • 44 cards to a straight flush
  • 5Two pair
  • 6High pair (As through Js)
  • 73 cards to a royal flush
  • 84 cards to a flush
  • 9Low pair (10s through 2s)
  • 104 cards to an outside straight
  • 112 suited high cards
  • 123 cards to a straight flush
  • 132 unsuited high cards
  • 14Suited K 10, Q 10, and J 10
  • 15One high card
  • 16Discard everything
Intermediate JoB Strategy Chart (99.52% Payback)

  • 1Royal flush, straight flush, 4 of a kind
  • 24 cards to a royal flush
  • 3Full house, flush, straight, 3 of a kind
  • 44 cards to a straight flush
  • 5Two pair
  • 6High pair
  • 73 cards to a royal flush
  • 84 cards to a flush
  • 9Low pair
  • 104 cards to an outside straight
  • 11A K Q J unsuited
  • 122 suited high cards
  • 134 cards to an inside straight w / 3 high cards
  • 14K Q J unsuited
  • 15Q J unsuited
  • 16J T suited
  • 17K Q, K J unsuited
  • 18Q T suited
  • 19A K, A Q, or A J unsuited
  • 20K T suited
  • 21One high card
  • 223 cards to a straight flush
  • 23Discard everything
Advanced JoB Strategy Chart (99.54% Payback)

  • 1Royal flush, straight flush, 4 of a kind
  • 24 cards to a royal flush
  • 3Full house, flush, straight, 3 of a kind
  • 44 cards to a straight flush
  • 5Two pair
  • 6High pair (As to Js)
  • 73 cards to a royal flush
  • 84 cards to a flush
  • 9Unsuited K Q J T
  • 10Low pair (10s to 2s)
  • 114 cards to an outside straight w / 0 to 2 high cards
  • 123 cards to a straight flush
  • 13Suited Q J
  • 144 cards to an inside straight w / 4 high cards
  • 15Suited K Q or K J
  • 16Suited A K, A Q, or A J
  • 174 cards to an inside straight w / 3 high cards
  • 183 cards to a straight flush
  • 19Unsuited K Q J
  • 20Unsuited Q J
  • 21Suited J T
  • 22 2 unsuited high cards w / king high card
  • 23Suited Q T
  • 242 unsuited high cards w / ace high card
  • 25Jack only
  • 26Suited K T
  • 27Queen, king, or ace only
  • 283 cards to a straight flush

Video Poker Training - Practice Makes Perfect

While using a video poker strategy chart is helpful, we stress that you can't find charts for every game. Moreover, some players may find it difficult / boring to constantly refer to the chart for every hand.

What else can you do to improve your game?

Video poker training is a great way to improve your skills while simultaneously enjoying the game. Here's an example of how it works:

  • 1You're dealt: 9d Qh 4d 4c 2d
  • 2You only hold Qh
  • 3The trainer alerts you to the mistake, showing that you should've held 4d 4c

If you were playing video poker as normal, you'd never know that you made a mistake in this situation. But thanks to the trainer, you're alerted to the mistake and can take note for future reference.

Another benefit to training programs is that they teach you through repetition. As you continue making the correct / incorrect play over and over, you'll eventually learn what to do in each situation.

Let's take a closer look at how video poker trainers work along with if free training programs will meet your needs.

Choose Your Game & Pay Table

The first thing that you want to look for is the drop down fields that let you choose the desired game and pay table. This ensures that you're learning the exact strategy you need for a specific game.

Below you can see some of the games and pay tables found on free trainers:

  • All American - Pay tables include 35 / 8 / 8 / 8; and 34 / 8 / 8 / 8
  • Bonus Poker - Pay tables include 50 / 80; 50 / 75; and 40 / 75
  • Double Bonus Poker - Pay tables include 50 / 9 / 7; 45 / 10 / 7; and 40 / 10 / 7
  • Jacks and Better - Pay tables include 9 / 6; 8 / 5; and 6 / 5
Select the Difficulty

Many training programs have various difficulty modes that you can choose. Much like with strategy charts, the mode you pick has an impact on how close you'll get to optimal payback.

The simplest settings let you choose an easy or hard mode.

Easy is perfect for beginners who want to learn simplified strategy and still get solid payback. Hard mode works for advanced players who want the best possible payback.

The detailed (costly) training programs allow you to play a mode where you only deal with hands that you previously missed.

Free Video Poker Trainers - Good for the Popular Games

The best way to get started with video poker training is to do a google search and use a free program. Once you find a program, you simply need to input your game settings and begin playing.

The great thing about using free trainers is that you can get started within seconds, and you don't have to pay anything for the service. The downside is that free programs don't offer as many games or features as purchasable software

If you're a casual video poker player, chances are that you won't care about the lack of games and features on free sites.

But if you're a serious player who's dealing with games outside the scope of a free trainer, then you'll need to upgrade.

Paying for Video Poker Training - Best Option for Serious Players

Free training programs don't cover +EV machines and the higher paying online video poker games. This is where software that you pay for comes into play.

These programs give you a larger variety of games to train with, and they even allow you to customize pay tables.

If you're playing a +EV game like Deuces Wild, Double Bonus, or Double Double Bonus, buying a video poker trainer is a must.

The first reason why is because you need a program that actually covers your desired game. Secondly, as you gain speed and repetition, you stand to make larger hourly profits through +EV games.

Below you can see an example of a video poker trainer we found on Amazon:

  • Optimum Video Poker, Advantage Play Trainer for Windows and Mac
  • Price: $59.95
  • Allows you to customize strategy charts.
  • You can create new pay tables.
  • Practice on a wide range of existing video poker games.
  • Calculate the break even point of a progressive jackpot.
  • Calculate volatility for games.
How Many Hours should You Spend with a Video Poker Trainer?

Once you start practicing, you may wonder how long you should continue with video poker training. And the answer depends upon a variety of factors.

Here are some aspects to consider:

  • What's your current video poker experience?
  • How much time do you have?
  • How serious are you about becoming a great player?
  • Are you training to conquer a +EV game, or close to it?

No two video poker players are the same, and there's no concrete answer on how long you should spend with video poker trainers. The more time you can spend, the better.

It's especially good if you can divvy up your training with real money sessions. This helps you put into practice what you've learned through the training sessions.

But if you're totally new to video poker training, we recommend that you spend at least a few hours training before betting real money.

Hand Calculators

One tool that you can use on the side of video poker trainers is a hand calculator.

These are good to use in combination with training programs because they help you figure out individual hands. Here's how a video poker calculator works:

  • 1You pick a game and pay table.
  • 2You choose the 5 card hand you want to analyze.
  • 3Click the Process button.
  • 4The calculator shows you what the best play is, along with the EV that other players yield.

The advantage that hand calculators have is helping you figure out a single hand. This isn't possible with training programs, which randomly deal hands as you play.

The one problem with hand calculators is that they're slow to set up. It takes several seconds to set up each hand, then you have to read the results afterward.

This isn't nearly as efficient as a training program, which generates all the hands for you. It's also not as handy as a strategy chart, which allows you to quickly reference where a hand ranks in hierarchy.

Nevertheless, hand calculators do have their place in the video poker world. And what's nice is that some training programs come packaged with calculators.

How to Find the Best Video Poker Games - Online and Offline

In the Basics section, we covered how important it is to find the right games and pay tables. But how do you go about accomplishing this?

Sometimes casinos do the work for you by advertising that a bank of machines offer "Up to 99.80% Payback." In this case, all you need to know is your games and pay tables to spot the high paying variation.

But in most instances, you need to do some research to find good games in online and land based casinos. Let's discuss a few ways that you can go about this.

Use vpFREE2 to Find Top Video Poker Games in Land based Casinos

The ultimate tool for finding the best video poker machines in brick and mortar casinos is vpFREE2.com. This website features search filters for finding video poker in Canada and different regions of the United States.

Here's how you use the vpFREE2 site:

  • 1Visit the "Casinos" tab at the top.
  • 2Choose your desired filter (Canada, East, Gulf Coast, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Mid West, Nevada, Reno Tahoe, and West).
  • 3Every casino in the region with video poker will be shown.
  • 4Payback percentages are listed in descending order.

One key with using vpFREE is that you need to understand what the game abbreviations mean. For instance, "FPDW" means full pay Deuces Wild.

If you come across abbreviations that you don't know, visit the "Pay Tables" tab to figure them out.

We performed a search for Las Vegas, and here's an example of what turned up at Aliante Casino:

  • 100.76% FPDW: $0.05, $0.025 denominations
  • 100.17% DB: $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 100.07% DDB: $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 100.15% LDW: $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 100.07% DDB: $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 99.80% TB+: $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 99.73% NSUD: $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 99.69% SDB: $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 99.64% Bdlx: $0.25, $0.50, $1.00
  • 99.54% JoB: $0.25, $0.50, $1.00

As evidenced by the fact that they have three +EV games, Aliante Casino is one of Vegas' best when it comes to video poker.

Unfortunately, most casino searches won't turn up video poker this good. But if you know where the top games are in your area, then you'll have a much better chance of winning.

Google Online Software Provider Reviews to Find the Best Online Video Poker

No comprehensive site like vpFREE2 exists for finding the top online video poker games. But you can still find this information by googling reviews on software providers.

If you find the right reviews, you'll see what each provider offers in terms of video poker payback.

We googled Realtime Gaming (RTG), scrolled down to the video poker portion, and found that they offer the following payback:

  • 1Aces & Eights (8 5 4 3 2 1) = 99.78% payback
  • 2Double Jackpot (160 80 80 40 20 8 5 4 3 2 1) = 99.63%
  • 3All American (35 8 8 8 3 1 1) = 99.60%
  • 4Jacks or Better (9 6) = 99.54%
  • 5Bonus Deuces Wild (9 4 4 3 1 1) = 99.45%
  • 6Double Bonus (45 10 7 5 3 1 1) = 99.37%
  • 7Double Double Jackpot (160 160 160 80 50 9 6 5 3 1 1) = 99.36%
  • 8Sevens Wild (25 15 10 5 3 2 2 1) = 99.16%
  • 9Pick 'Em Poker (239.8 100 18 15 11 5 3 2) = 99.11%
  • 10Loose Deuces (25 15 5 4 3 2 2 1) = 99.07%
  • 11Bonus Deuces Wild (8 4 4 3 1 1) = 99.06%
  • 12Double Jackpot (140 70 70 35 20 8 5 4 3 2 1) = 98.99%

This list doesn't include all of RTG's video poker games, but it gives you an idea on what to expect from their best paying video poker variants.

You can do the same with any other software provider that you want to know about. Of course, the key is that you need to know software companies before you can google them.

This isn't difficult information to find, though, and it should only take you a couple minutes to find some good video poker games.

From here, you need to find out which casinos a software provider supplies. Again, this is another easy matter that won't require much research.

Google Articles on the Best Land based and Online Video Poker

The first two methods that we discussed are by far the best with regard to finding payback for both land based and online casinos. But if you're looking for one more, then you can also google / bing articles on the subject too.

You can search for phrases like the following:

  • Best video poker payback
  • Best online video poker payback
  • Best video poker casinos

Whenever you search for these terms, you'll find articles that discuss online or land based casinos with good payback.

Again, this isn't the most efficient way of finding quality video poker games. But if you're up for some reading, these articles make for interesting subject matter.

Look for Progressive Video Poker that's Offering +EV

One final way that you can search for good video poker is to scope out progressive machines.

As you may know, a progressive video poker machine's royal flush jackpot grows with each bet. And if the jackpot reaches a certain point, then it begins offering +EV to players.

The point at which a video poker machine reaches the +EV point varies based on the game and pay table. Here are some examples based on a 5 coin bet:

  • ($0.25 Coin Denomination)
  • 9 / 6 Jacks or Better = $1,220 (4,880 coins)
  • 9 / 5 Jacks or Better = $1,696 (6,794 coins)
  • 8 / 6 Jacks or Better = $1,705 (6,820 coins)
  • 9 / 6 Double Double Bonus = $1,461 (5,844 coins)
  • 9 / 5 Double Double Bonus = $1,944 (7,776 coins)

The idea here is that these jackpots have become worth so much that you're theoretically earning +EV due to the larger royal flush.

Of course, the catch is that your chances of getting the royal flush are still low. But if you can find these opportunities and continue to take advantage, then you can earn long term profits.

Not surprisingly, the best place to scout progressive video poker machines is Las Vegas. But other casino hubs like Atlantic City, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Reno can also offer big progressive jackpots.

Video Poker Loyalty and Promotions

No video poker player should play without loyalty rewards. Sadly, some players miss out on comps because they don't know to seek them.

Let's cover how you can get video poker comps so that this doesn't happen to you.

Sign Up for the Slots Club

The Reasonwhy some people miss out on video poker rewards is because they don't sign up for the slots club.

Be sure to sign up online or in the casino because you need a slots club card to collect video poker rewards. And the more you play, the more comps & cashback you're going to earn.

The comp rate differs based on where you play and what game you choose. But it's common for casinos to offer video poker players a rate between 0.1% and 0.3%.

Here's an example of how a comp rate works:

  • You earn a 0.2% comp rate.
  • You bet $1,000 on a video poker game.
  • You'd earn $2 in comps (1,000 x 0.002).

This doesn't sound like much money, but it adds up as you continue playing video poker.

Just be aware that every land based casino has their own way of dealing with comps.

We've seen some casinos that'll only comp you 0.01% if you play games with over 99% payback. Others don't care and will still offer you the standard 0.1% to 0.3% on any video poker machine.

Make Sure Your Online Casino Offers Video Poker Loyalty

All you need to do to pick up loyalty rewards at internet casinos is make a deposit and start playing. The casino software will automatically keep track of your loyalty and reward you accordingly.

One thing to watch out for, though, is online casinos that don't reward video poker players. This breaks down into a few categories:

  • Casinos that offer loyalty rewards to slots, table games, and keno players - but not video poker players.
  • Casinos that offer video poker loyalty - but don't include video poker in meeting bonus wagering requirements.
  • Online casinos that don't offer a loyalty program period.

All internet casinos offer fewer rewards to video poker players when compared to slots, keno, and scratch card players. After all, video poker has one of the lowest house edges in the gaming world.

But you should at least get something for your online play. If not, then you need to search for another casino.

Can You Become a Professional Video Poker Player?

Given that certain video poker games offer over 100% payback, many players wonder if it's possible to become a professional.

Yes, technically you can become a video poker pro. But you also have to consider the many pitfalls that accompany such a profession:

  • The pay is low ($10 to $12 an hour on FPDW w / comps included).
  • This is like real work and there's nothing glamorous about video poker.
  • You need a large bankroll to survive the volatility.
  • You'll go weeks without a profit.
  • You have to spend hours and hours in the casino every week.
  • You have to play near perfect video poker.
  • You must live in Vegas.
  • +EV machines are gradually reducing throughout Vegas.
  • You have to play on holidays, when double and triple point promotions are offered.
  • The best machines aren't always open.

These are the main things that any prospective pro must consider before embarking on this difficult career.

In the end, you're better off getting a regular job over playing video poker. The game isn't as profitable as it once was due to fewer +EV machines and lucrative promotions.

But if you're willing to take on the risk and you really love video poker, then the option to be a professional is there.

Conclusion

Becoming a strong video poker player all begins with learning the fundamentals, including the proper bet size, how to choose games, and how to read pay tables.

Once you pick up these basics, the next logical step is to check out a strategy chart. This helps you develop a strategy anchor that you can apply to the nuances of other video poker variations.

The ultimate step to becoming a successful player is using a training program.

If you're a casual player, free video poker trainers will serve your purposes just fine. But when you want to take your game to another level, consider buying a program so that you can practice +EV games.

Also don't forget to take advantage of loyalty rewards. Sign up for the slots club in a brick and mortar casino, and make sure that your online casino delivers rewards to video poker players.

Improving your play takes time. But if you're willing to put forth the effort, then you'll have a much better shot at beating video poker!

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