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Jackpot Poker Review

Jackpot Poker Review

If you have never tried out your hand in the lottery, Jackpot Poker gives you every reason to do so. What is interesting with this game offered by the Massachusetts State Lottery is that you don’t require any card playing skills for you to win a prize. All you need to do is to pick your favorite 5 numbers out of a pool of 1 to 52 numbers. Based on your allocated budget, you can also set aside the amount you wish to wager in every game. If you don’t to always go back to the drawing board and pick different numbers, you can choose the number of consecutive draws that you want to be entered for using the same 5 numbers you have picked.

In every Jackpot Poker drawing, a computer system chooses all the 52 cards and spreads them on the monitor screen. Your prize will be based on the poker hand which consists of 5 cards on the screen and how they match to the numbers you picked.

Playing Jackpot Poker

It is very simple to play this game. The first step is to choose the wager amount per game. This is purely based on your financial ability and probably for beginners they may want to start small and increase the amount with time.

Thereafter, you are to select the numbers you want to be entered for in each game and the number of consecutive draws you want to play the games for. Per game, you are to choose 5 numbers from a total of 52 as indicated on the bet slip. If you don’t want a manual picking of numbers, you can opt for a Quick Pic.

You can also opt to play the progressive jackpot poker option. To play this, you will have to part with an extra $1 per draw. After filling the slip, you should give it to the lottery agent who will then give you your game ticket together with your bet slip.

Before leaving your lottery agents premises, ensure you confirm the numbers printed on the ticket and whether they are consistent with those you choose on your bet slip. Any discrepancy should be immediately addressed because a delay could mean a missed opportunity and probably an invalid ticket.

For every Jackpot Poker drawing, the lottery computer system using an algorithm randomly picks playing cards out of the 1 to 52 and this is known as the Jackpot Poker hand. It consists of 5 cards displayed on the screen which correspond to the number of those you picked on your ticket. The best poker hand you can make with the displayed cards will determine your prize.

Hours of Play

If you want to place bets, you can do so from Sunday to Saturday from 5 a.m. to 1.15 a.m. The Jackpot Poker drawings are held throughout the week from Sundays to Saturdays. On Sundays, the timing is from 10.02 a.m. to 12.58 a.m. while on Mondays to Saturdays, the timing is 5.02 a.m. to 12.58 a.m.

The Odds of Winning Jackpot Poker

There are 10 Jackpot Poker hands and each of them comes with its own prize. The first is known as the royal straight flush and this requires you to match A, K, Q, J, 10 cards of the same suit. For instance, all of them can be spades, clubs, diamonds, or hearts. Odds of winning are 1:649,740 and the prize payout is $25,000.

The second Jackpot Poker hand is the straight flush which consists of any 5 consecutive cards that belong to the same suit, but not a royal straight flush. For instance, you can have 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 all being spades or diamonds. The prize here is $2000 and the odds are 1:72,193.

The third hand consists of 4 of a kind, but strictly Aces, Queens, Jacks or Kings. The odds of winning are 1:4165 and the prize is $450.

The fourth hand comprises any 4 cards of the same kind, but drawn from different suits. For instance, you can have number 8 cards of diamonds, spades, clubs, and hearts. The prize is $200 and the chances of winning are 1:4165.

The fifth hand is known as full house and consists of any three numbers or letters of the same kind in addition to two of the same card, but not necessarily the same suit. For instance, you can have card number 7 of diamonds, hearts, and clubs in addition to two Kings of hearts and diamonds. The odds of winning the $25 prize in this category are 1:694.

The sixth hand is known as a flush and consists of any 5 cards drawn from the same suit. You could have diamonds or hearts. The prize is $15 and the odds of winning are 1:509.

The seventh hand is called straight and consists of any 5 cards that are in order, but not of the same suit. You could have 9 hearts, 8 spades, 7 diamonds, 6 diamonds, and 5 clubs. The odds of winning are 1:255 and the prize is $10.

The eighth Jackpot Poker hand is known as three of a kind and consists of any three letters or numbers of different suits. Here, you can have Kings for diamonds, hearts, and clubs and any other which have no consequence. The prize in this combination is $4 and the odds are 1:47.

The second last Jackpot Poker hand is known as two pair and consists of any two sets of similar cards drawn from any suit. You could have two Queens and two 7’s. Players here can earn $3 at odds of 1:21.

The last hand is known as one pair jack or better. Here, you need one pair of Jacks, Kings, Queens, or Aces from any suit. At odds of 1:8, players here earn $2.

The overall odds in the Jackpot Poker are 1:4.85 which is really friendly and makes it likely for you to win a prize.


Hands Odds
Royal Straight Flush 1 in 649,740
Straight Flush 1 in 72,193
Four of a Kind 1 in 4,165
Full House 1 in 694
Flush 1 in 509
Straight 1 in 255
Three of a Kind 1 in 47
Two Pair 1 in 21
One Pair 1 in 8

Jackpot Poker Prize Breakdown

The Progressive Jackpot

Abbreviated as PJ, the progressive jackpot is a play option treated as a separate wager. First, you must play the Jackpot Poker game so that you can be eligible for the PJ. At a cost of $1 per game, you can play the progressive jackpot. If you take part in the PJ and happen to win the Jackpot Poker with a royal straight flush, you automatically win the progressive jackpot. With every PJ sale, the progressive jackpot grows. The minimum amount you can win in progressive jackpot if you play and win the royal straight flush is $100,000.

For you to play the progressive jackpot option, you should mark the Y box on the bet slip. In the event of multiple winners in the PJ category, the prize will be divided equally among the winners. Odds of winning the PJ are 1:649,740.

Claiming Your Progressive Jackpot Prize

It is very important to have your ticket signed at the back so that you can claim ownership of it. If it doesn’t have a signature, the lottery ticket becomes a bearer document and anyone who picks it up can sign it and claim the prize which you should have rightfully claimed.

If you win a prize over $600, you should bring a document that has a signed photo identification such as a work ID, passport, military ID, mass ID, or driver’s license. You should also submit documents that have proof of your Social Security Number. Examples of documents you can submit here include a signed social security card, military ID, Medicare card, as well as a driver’s license with Social Security Number.

Prizes from $600 and below can be claimed at a lottery agent location near you or from the Lottery Office. There is no need for you to prove your identity.

Prizes from $601 to $49,999 should be claimed from the Lottery Office.

Prizes from $50,000 and above should be claimed from the Massachusetts Lottery Headquarters, which is located on 60 Columbian Street, Brain Tree, MA 02184. The working hours at the headquarters are from Monday to Friday 8.45 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Holidays are excluded from the working days.


Hands Prize
Royal Straight Flush $25,000
Straight Flush $2,000
Four of a Kind $450
Full House $25
Flush $15
Straight $10
Three of a Kind $4
Two Pair $3
One Pair $2