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Bitcoin Video Poker Full House Payouts

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Apr/03/2018

Bitcoin video poker payouts for Full House are substantial at Bitcoin Games, with a a provably fair gaming site with 99% or better expected return.

You can try out any of their games using test credits. If you want to play and win Bitcoins, simply send any amount of Bitcoins to the address at the bottom of your screen.

A full house is the fourth best possible hand in video poker. A full house is three of one card and two of another. For example, 3-3-3-7-7 is a full house. Full houses usually pay out between 5 and 9 times your bet.

PLAYING VIDEO POKER AT BITCOIN GAMES IS PROVABLY FAIR

Play with confidence! Bitcoin Games guarantee that every Video Poker game you playis completely fair. You will be dealt a completely random deck of cards every game, and they can provably demonstrate that there is no way to manipulate the shuffle.

The reason that we can guarantee this is that your web browser supplies a random number that we must incorporate into the random number generator in a provably consistent way.  Their server first shuffles the deck, and your computer then gives us a random number that we must use to repeatedly cut the deck. Since the Bitcoin Games servers do not know what random number your computer will send, they have no way of knowing how the shuffle will look in the end.

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