## Below is the suggested strategy for Super Draw 6 Card Poker with an 8/6 Bonus Poker Deluxe pay table.

The theoretical payback percentage for Super Draw 6 Card Poker with an 8/6 Bonus Poker Deluxe pay table is 98.18% and is based on the following pay table:

### Bonus Poker Deluxe

HAND |
Pay Per Coin Bet |
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ROYAL FLUSH 6 |
1600 |
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STRAIGHT FLUSH 6 |
800 |
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FOUR OF A KIND WITH PAIR |
400 |
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TWO THREE OF A KIND |
40 |
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FLUSH 6 |
30 |
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STRAIGHT 6 |
14 |
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THREE PAIR |
9 |
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ROYAL FLUSH |
800 |
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STRAIGHT FLUSH |
50 |
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FOUR OF A KIND |
80 |
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FULL HOUSE |
8 |
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FLUSH |
6 |
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STRAIGHT |
4 |
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THREE OF A KIND |
3 |
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TWO PAIR |
1 |
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JACKS OR BETTER |
1 |

Please note that this strategy chart was created by Pax0r32, who is one our followers on our YouTube channel. We believe that the strategy is correct and we use it ourselves. However, we do not assume any liability for its accuracy.

## Part A – If the 5 Card Deal is a Dealt Winner. Note: Like in all video poker games, there will be a sound effect and a display in the middle if it is a winning hand

### Tier 1 – If it is the even money payout “Jacks or Better” winner, move on to Part B

### Tier 2 – Hold and draw without further hesitation

• Royal Flush – All 5 Cards

• Straight Flush – All 5 Cards

• Four of a Kind – Note: It does not matter if the 5th card is held for the Four of a Kind with Pair payout. Holding the 5th card, there is 3 out of 47 chances draw it will match up. The same odds as 69 out of 1081 chances for drawing a new pair of cards. 11 other ranks, 6 possible pairs each from 4 cards (4 choose 2). The thrown away 5th card has 3 cards of the same rank that produces 3 more pair possibilities (3 choose 2)

• Full House – All 5 Cards

• Three of a Kind – All 3 Cards

• Two Pairs – All 4 Cards unless there is 3 to Royal Flush

### Tier 3 – 5 Card Flush Dealt

Check if there is 4 to the Royal Flush

• If Yes – See if the range of the cards are 8 thru King or 9 thru Ace, if not, drop the 5th

card breaking the Flush to go for the Royal Flush

• If No – Hold all 5 cards

### Tier 4 – 5 Card Straight Dealt

Check if there is 4 to the Royal Flush

• If Yes – Break the straight and go for the Royal Flush

• If No – Hold all 5 cards

## Part B – Observing the suits [♠ ♥ ♦ ♣] in the dealt hand. Note: I feel this is the best approach since the strategy is geared towards the 6 Card outcomes. There will always be at least 2 cards of the same suit in a 5-card deal.

**Tier 1 – If 4 of the same suits is dealt**

• Hold all 4 suited cards and draw

**Tier 1 – If 4 of the same suits is dealt**

*Tier 2 – If 3 of the same suits is dealt*

• Step 1: Check if the 3 cards are within a Straight Flush range and if a Pair exists. If so also look for other cards that can form a 4 card outside straight within the gaps.

o Here is the following order of priority to hold the cards

1. 4 Card Straight with 3 Suited Cards (includes 3 to Royal Flush)

2. 3 to Royal Flush

3. 3 to Straight Flush with a High Card

4. High Pair (Jacks, Queens, Kings, Aces)

5. 3 to Straight Flush with No High Cards with 0 or 1 Gap

6. Low Pair (2s thru 10s)

7. 3 to Straight Flush with 2 Gaps (or 3 Gaps for 6 Card Straight Flush)

### • Step 2: Hold the three suited cards

*Tier 3 – If 2 of the same suits is dealt*

• Step 1: See if there is 4 to inside straight, if yes, hold those 4 cards and draw

• Step 2: See if a Pair exists, hold the pair and draw

• Step 3: See if both cards are 9 through Ace (Royal Flush possibilities), if yes, hold them both and draw

• Step 4: See if there is a 3 card outside straight (ex 789), if yes, those 3 cards and draw

• Step 5: See if one of the cards is a high card, if yes, see if it is within range of 6 card straight with the other suited card. If yes to both, hold them both (J8, J7, J6, Q9, Q8, Q7, K9, K8, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6)

• Step 6: See if there are 0 to 1 gap in rank between the two cards (e.g 7 and 9). If so, see if there is a 3rd card that can form a 3 card no gap outside straight. If yes, hold the 3 card straight. If not, hold just the close 2 cards

• Step 7: See if there is a Jack, if yes, hold the Jack

• Step 8: See if there are 2 gaps and the lower card is at least a 3 (e.g. 4 and 7). If so hold them both

• Step 9: Hold the lowest high card, Queen then King then Ace

• Step 10: If the lower suited card is at least a 2 see if the other card is 3,4,5,6. If so hold them both

• Step 11: If there are 3 gaps in rank between the cards, hold them both

• Step 12: Hold 10 high or any highest ranked card