Triple Double Bonus Poker Game Review

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Triple Double Bonus Poker Game Review

This release is a variant of Online Poker in which bonus payouts are made for some specific 4 of a kind hands. This video poker release provides a greater opportunity to score the highest payouts with the usual Royal Flush return available from 4 Aces and a 2, 3 or 4.

There are even more exciting payouts available in Triple Double Bonus Poker so let’s take a look at what makes this game so exciting.

Game Background

The look of Triple Double Bonus Poker is that of a classic poker game one might find in a physical casino. There is a very old-school feel to play with a simple dark blue background filling the screen behind the block text and card symbols included in play. The screen is filled with a large black and red paytable displaying the returns from various hands and the 5 different stakes available each game. Below the paytable there are 5 cards of play displayed with which players can hope to land high-value hands. Players can change bet stakes, deal with the cards and view game settings across the bottom of the screen using the bright yellow buttons.

Symbols and features

In Triple Double Bonus, Poker players will not find symbols the same as slot games, this is because the gameplay is based on cards making hands of various values. There are still recognisable symbols for example the Heart, Diamond, Club and Spade card suit symbols. There are also symbols used to highlight the high-value card when they are drawn, these symbols will show the value of the card. For example the J, Q, K and A royal cards use symbols that show the value with the Ace depicted by a royal crest. These symbols help to highlight the highest value cards in play that can be used to create Poker hands leading to the highest payouts.

The various hands that can be made during the play of Triple Double Bonus Poker and their respective payouts are as follows.

Regular Poker hands:

  • J or better – Single high-value card of Jack or higher pays out 1-5 coins
  • Pair – Two pairs of the same cards paying out 1-5 coins
  • 3 of a Kind – Three of the same value cards in a hand paying out 2-10 coins
  • Straight – Five cards in consecutive order that pays out 4-10 coins
  • Flush – Five cards of the same suit in no particular order rewarding 6-24 coins
  • Full House – Three of a kind and a Pair in a single hand pays out 9-45 coins
  • Straight Flush – Five cards in consecutive order of the same suit pays out 50-250 coins
  • Royal Flush – Five highest value cards in consecutive order of the same suit paying out 400-4000 coins


Triple Double Bonus hands:

  • 4 Fives and a K – Pays out 50-250 coins
  • 4 Twos, Threes or Fours – Pays out 80–400 coins
  • 4 Aces – Pays out 160-800 coins
  • 4 Twos, Threes or Fours and an A, 2, 3 or 4 – Pays out 400-2000 coins
  • 4 Aces and a 2, 3 or 4 – Pays out 400-4000 coins

CasinoNZ Verdict

If you’re looking for a tried and tested online Poker release with additional hands, which also offers fantastic payouts then this release is perfect for you. The visual features may seem outdated, however this gives it a certain authentic feel of a physical game machine you might find in a casino or bookmakers.

CasinoNZ Score: 4/5

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