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Why play our free video poker games?

Casino.org’s free online video poker games bring together the most exciting online versions of this much-loved game. You're not risking any money, so take your time to practice for as long as you please.

  • 180+ video poker titles with no sign-up or deposit
  • All popular video poker variants offered here
  • Get the chance to hone your strategy by playing for free

Free online video poker vs real money play

Free games are fantastic for those looking for pure entertainment. However, if you’re looking for the ultimate thrill of winning some cash, make sure you know the pros and cons.

Free online video poker

Play instantly with no sign-up. You can also play free in-browser with no download (our free games are click-to-play)

Enjoy an unlimited amount of gameplay without having to deposit

Ideal for players looking to practice strategies and increase their understanding of video poker odds

No monetary prizes or bonuses up for grabs as an incentive to play

Fewer game varieties to choose from, as some are exclusive to real money

Real money online video poker

Claim fantastic bonuses and promotions in many online casinos, and keep playing to earn loyalty points

Play any variant or title you want — every video poker option is available, even on free download casino apps

Opportunity to get cash prizes when you win

You must risk your own money on games

Players need to create an account and deposit funds, which means set-up takes longer

Free online video poker Real money online video poker

Play instantly with no sign-up. You can also play free in-browser with no download (our free games are click-to-play)

Claim fantastic bonuses and promotions in many online casinos, and keep playing to earn loyalty points

Enjoy an unlimited amount of gameplay without having to deposit

Play any variant or title you want — every video poker option is available, even on free download casino apps

Ideal for players looking to practice strategies and increase their understanding of video poker odds

Opportunity to get cash prizes when you win

No monetary prizes or bonuses up for grabs as an incentive to play

You must risk your own money on games

Fewer game varieties to choose from, as some are exclusive to real money

Players need to create an account and deposit funds, which means set-up takes longer


What to look out for when playing video poker

You can’t play free video poker games to win real money. When you feel ready to play for real money, here are a few things for you to consider:

  • Stick to reputable casinos — if in doubt, check our top real money casinos
  • After you narrow down your options, check the bonuses and take advantage of these to boost your video poker bankroll
  • When signing up and linking to your bank account, bear in mind that withdrawals might have to be made using the same method you deposit with

Free online video poker variants

The choice of free video poker games is extensive, so we’ve narrowed it down to six exciting types of the game. Whether you’re playing on desktop or smartphone, you’ll certainty encounter these variations in many online casinos.

Deuces Wild

The 2s are wildcards in the popular free Deuces Wild game type. So a royal flush with at least one 2 card means an ample payout, although a natural royal flush is still better. This game has a return-to-player percentage (RTP) of 100.7% which means players have the upper hand when they’re playing real money.

Deuces Wild

How to play video poker for free online

There are two main types of free video poker games: ring and tournament. Below we’ve briefly outlined how to play each with details on what a new player can expect. For more in-depth poker rules, you can head to our how to play page for a step-by-step guide.

Ring Games

Ring Games

Ring games are considered the ‘classic’ type of free poker game. They have no predetermined finish time, and players will have the option to enter and leave as they wish. Games are played hand by hand with the number of players varying from two (heads-up), six (6-max) or nine (full ring).

Tournaments

Tournaments

On the other hand, tournaments will start at a fixed time — usually when the allotted number of players are in the lobby. Players that lose all their chips while playing will be ‘knocked out’ one by one until there’s just the winner remaining. They key advantage of a tournament is that the prize pool of all the players’ buy-in is usually shared between the top three winners.

How to play free video poker on mobile

If you have a smartphone or tablet, you can enjoy free video poker on the move. The step-by-step guide above applies just the same as on mobile. You can explore our top video poker games free on mobile. It's simple to start practicing video poker on mobile, with the gameplay being exactly the same once you start playing for real money.

How to practice free video poker to your advantage

Once you get used to employing these tips in your free play technique, you will do them naturally in real money games.

  • Look for basic combinations like pairs, three of a kind and four of a kind. This is a simple way to secure a strong hand and win some play coins to boost your bankroll.
  • Don’t hold an unpaired card in the hope you will get a pair on the next deal. The odds of doing so aren’t worth keeping the card.
  • Match your hand to the highest initial card. That way, you’ve got the best chance of securing a high scoring hand.
  • Remember that any pair, no matter how low scoring, is worth keeping. It's likely that you’ll discard your low pair and then end up with something worse!
  • Always go for a flush over a straight, but don’t break up either hand unless you’re going for a royal flush.
A good tip for beginners is to first practice on free Jacks or Better. It’s as simple as this:

You win if your final five-card hand holds at least one pair of Jacks or higher. This is the game of choice for most beginners as you can claim big casino game payouts on minimal hands. The payout is usually at least 4,000 coins for a Royal Flush on a maximum bet of 5 coins. The payout on anything above a pair of jacks or better is 99.46%.

Top 5 video poker games in February

With video poker’s increasing popularity, the world’s top online casinos are constantly releasing new and exciting games to the market. We are always on the hunt for the games offering players the best game and return on their bet, and these are five of our favorites for February 2024.

Game Rating Free Games Real Money Mobile
Jacks or Better
5/5
Deuces Wild
4.7/5
Aces and Faces
4.5/5
Joker Poker
4.1/5
Bonus Poker
4/5

Finding the best free video poker games for you

Ready to play now? Our free video poker games are available with no download, so why not try them out for free!

Free video poker FAQs

How do you play free video poker?

Essentially, you play by betting fake money on your hopes of building the strongest possible hand. The machine will deal you five cards. You then decide whether to keep the cards you’ve been dealt. The cards you discard will be replaced with new ones. You can press ‘deal’ twice, to build the strongest possible hand. If you win, your coins/play money will be added to your bankroll.

How do free online video poker games work?

They work much like the real money game, you are just keeping track on a fake bankroll for fun. The software has a random number generator to determine which cards get dealt. You don’t need a casino account to play, but need to be connected to the internet. You can play offline if you have downloaded a free video poker app.

How can you get good at video poker?

As with many casino games, the key to getting good is practicing video poker. There are some tips you can employ to improve your skills, but free games are generally the best way to get good. Play as much as you want and learn the payouts for all types of variants. Then you will be able to figure out which game suits you best for real money play.

How do you win at free video poker?

To win at free video poker you need to practice and be patient. There is no real skill involved in playing, but the free video poker game type you choose will make a difference.

What do you win in free play games?

You can’t play free video poker to win real money. In your play money bankroll, you win whatever the payout table for that variant offers. Despite having no monetary value, it is perfect for learning realistic payouts before putting cash on the line.

Is free video poker rigged?

No, free video poker is not rigged. The cards dealt are always completely random. If you keep winning free online video poker, you might think the casino is making it easy to encourage you to play real money. However, this is not true. Casinos are audited by independent firms. They verify that their software is completely random, as well as certifying the claimed payouts.

Can I play Deuces Wild or Jacks or Better for free?

Yes, a variety of popular video poker titles are available to play for free, including Deuces Wild and Jacks or Better. Check out our free video poker games for a whole host of great options.

Can I download free video poker games?

Yes. While there’s no need to download to play for free, you might prefer to download an app if you’re planning to play video poker on mobile. Online casinos offer fantastic free apps for mobile play, supporting a range of popular video poker games.

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A writer and editor with a penchant for games and strategy, Adam Ryan has been with the Casino.org team for eight years now. Having written for and edited numerous iGaming brands in his career, he’s something of a content sage when it comes to our iGaming copy in the US.