Bonus paid if a very high hand loose, to attract players to the house or site.
A special bonus paid when you hit the highest hand on a video poker machine such as a Royal Flush or a Progressive Jackpot
In Poker, a pair that pays off only if the cards in the pair are Jacks, Queens, Kings, or Aces. Lower pairs do not pay off.
The amount of money accumulated by the house from the pot s to be paid to the winner of a particular hand.
the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
a specific bonus opportunity for winning, under specific circumstances as set by the online poker room
Tote bet in which the punter must pick winners of the first six races at the designated meeting.
This is a special bonus (funded with money removed from the game as part of the rake) that is paid to the loser of hand when he/she gets a very good hand (aces full or better, usually) beaten.
The same as a bad beat jackpot.
A special bonus paid in a high-stakes poker tournament, if they are beaten whilst holding a good hand
A large number of card rooms offer sizeable jackpots for certain things, such as the high hand of the hour. The rules vary from card room to card room
Occurs in bet types such as Pick6 and Pools when no investors select the winning combination. The monies invested into these pools are then carried over to the next running of that bet.
The Tote Jackpot comprises the second to sixth races inclusive. All five winners have to be nominated. Tickets are 50p each.
A special bonus paid to the loser of a hand if he gets a very good hand beaten. In hold'em, the "loser" must typically get aces full or better beaten. In some of the large southern California card clubs, jackpots have gotten over $50,000. Of course, the jackpot is funded with money removed from the game as part of the rake.
A large number of cardrooms offer sizeable jackpots for certain things, such as the high hand of the hour. The rules vary from cardroom to cardroom.
Occurs in bet types such as superfectas when no investors select the winning combination. The monies invested into this superfecta pool are then carried over to the next suitable superfecta race.
A bonus fund which can be won for getting selected hands while playing in selected games.
A number of casinos will offer a jackpot for achievements such as "highest hand of the hour". Rules for this vary from casino to casino.
Many cardrooms offer a bad beat jackpot. When a particular set of criterion are met then the jackpot is paid. A holdâ€™em jackpot might have the following criterion: Aces full of jack must lose and both players must use both their hole cards.
In many low limit games there is a jackpot for some extremely improbably bad beat (like Aces Full of Tens beaten by Four of a Kind or Better). Also sometimes jokingly announced when it is obvious that anyone with a Jack will win the pot (a board of Ac Kd Qh Td 2c) would be one example.
An exceptional bonus given to the loser of a hand when he loses even though he holds a very good hand.
A form of poker in which the cardroom or casino offers a jackpot to a player who has Jackpot Poker lost with a really big hand (usually Aces full or better).
A bonus opportunity to win under specific circumstances set by the poker room.
Some cardrooms offer jackpots, and rules vary. Certain portions of the jackpot go to the loser, winner, and other players when a player holds a very good hand (usually Aces Full or better) and still loses the hand.
The Jackpot is a bet that you place with The Tote. There are six races in a Jackpot and you have to select all six winners to win. All bets are placed in a pool and winners share the pool between them after The Tote has taken a percentage of the pool. The minimum bet is £1 with permutations being accepted to a minimum unit stake of 10p upwards.
A special bonus paid to the loser of a hand if his very good hand is beaten. In Hold 'Em, this must typically be aces full or better.