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Last Updated: September 12, 2016

Realtime Gaming Review

Introduction

RTG software is fast, sharp, and easy to use. The casinos that use RTG tend to be generous with bonuses, although some have less than perfect reputations. RTG offers both a download and Flash casino. This review should apply equally to both, but the photos, unless otherwise stated, are from the download casino.

One of RTG casino's unique features is many of the games have rules or settings that are configurable by the casino manager. For example, in video poker, the pay tables are configurable. In blackjack, the number of decks and surrender feature are also configurable. With the slot machines, there are multiple unknown settings for the return percentage.

Download Vs. Flash

For the most part, the game selection should be almost the same between the Flash and download casinos. Other than some slots not being available in Flash, the game selection seems the same. As with any casino software, the graphics are a little sharper and the speed faster in the download casino. The following screenshots show side by side both versions. With any image in this page, click on it for a larger version.


Blacjack — Flash
 
Blackjack — Download

Roulette — Flash
 
Roulette — Download

Megasaur — Flash
 
Megasaur — Download

Realtime Gaming CasinosExpand

Name Wizards Seal US Friendly Play
5Dimes NO YES -
99 Slot Machines NO YES -
Aladdins Gold Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
All Star Slots YES YES Visit Casino >
All You Bet Casino NO YES -
Bodog88 YES NO Visit Casino >
Bodog YES NO Visit Casino >
Bovada YES YES Visit Casino >
Café Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Captain Jack Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Casino Extreme NO YES Visit Casino >
Casino Midas NO NO Visit Casino >
Casino Titan NO YES -
Cherry Gold Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Club Euro NO NO Visit Casino >
Club Player Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Club SA Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Club World Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Cool Cat Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Diamond Reels Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Dreams Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Exclusive Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Free Spin Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Go Lucky Casino NO YES -
Gold VIP Club Casino NO YES -
Golden Euro Casino YES NO Visit Casino >
Grand Fortune Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Grande Vegas NO YES Visit Casino >
Highnoon Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Ignition Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
iNetBet YES YES Visit Casino >
Intertops Red Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Island Casino NO YES -
Jackpot Capital NO YES Visit Casino >
Jackpot Jungle NO YES -
Joe Fortune Casino YES NO Visit Casino >
Kudos Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
La Riviera Casino NO NO Visit Casino >
Lapalingo NO NO -
Las Vegas USA Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Le Bon Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Lock Casino NO YES -
Lucky Red Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Majestic Slots NO NO Visit Casino >
Manhattan Slots Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Mighty Slots NO YES -
Ocean Reef Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Old Havana Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Palace of Chance NO YES Visit Casino >
Planet 7 Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Plenty Jackpots NO YES -
Prestige Casino NO NO -
Prism Casino NO YES -
Raging Bull NO YES Visit Casino >
Real Vegas Online NO YES -
Reel Spin NO YES Visit Casino >
Royal Ace NO YES Visit Casino >
Ruby Slots Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Silver Oak Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Slot Nuts NO YES -
Slotastic YES YES Visit Casino >
Sloto'Cash Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
Slots Inferno NO YES -
Slots Oasis NO YES -
Slots of Vegas NO YES Visit Casino >
Slots Plus YES YES Visit Casino >
Slotter Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Sportbet Casino NO YES -
Springbok Casino NO NO Visit Casino >
Sun Palace Casino YES YES Visit Casino >
The Virtual Casino NO YES Visit Casino >
Thunderbolt Casino NO NO Visit Casino >
Uptown Aces YES YES Visit Casino >
Vegas Casino Online YES YES Visit Casino >
Vegas Spins Casino NO NO Visit Casino >
Vegas Strip Casino NO YES -
Wild Vegas Casino NO YES -
Win Palace NO YES -
Yebo Casino NO NO -

Baccarat


Baccarat
 

The most notable thing about RTG baccarat is that the tie bet pays 9 to 1, as opposed to the usual 8 to 1. Otherwise, the rules are standard. I'm told that six decks of cards are used. Wins on the Banker bet are rounded down to the nearest quarter, so be sure to bet in increments of $5. The house edge on each bet is as follows:

  • Banker: 1.06%
  • Player: 1.24%
  • Tie: 4.93%

For superstitious players, there is a history board available by clicking the "history" button on the left of the screen.

Bingo


Roaring Twenties Bingo

Bonus Bingo

There are two bingo games, Bonus Bingo and Roaring Twenties Bingo. They have features like multipliers, extra balls, and bonuses, whose rules are not entirely quantified. Thus, I can't perform an analysis. So, for now, you're on your own with the RTG bingo games.

Blackjack


Blackjack

Blacjack with Perfect Pairs

European Blackjack

RTG has a number of blackjack games to choose from. These are the rules for their standard blackjack game. I believe the same rules are followed in the Match Play, Perfect Pairs, and Suit 'Em Up games, which also tack on side bets.

  • Configurable number of decks. Most casinos seem to opt for six.
  • Dealer hits soft 17
  • Double on any first two cards
  • Double after a split
  • Split two times (to three hands), except re-splitting aces not allowed.
  • Player only loses original bet if dealer has blackjack.
  • Late surrender is a configurable option. Usually it is not enabled but some casinos do allow it, such as Bodog.

For me, the most annoying thing about RTG software is the rule screens don't indicate how many decks are used in blackjack and nobody in support ever seems to know the correct answer. However, after playing RTG casinos for over a decade, I strongly believe most casinos opt to use six decks.

Once I was so frustrated over this important omission in the rules that I created enter page on how to test for the number of decks.

The following tables display the basic strategy for Real Time Gaming casinos, for two and 4-8 decks.


Key to Table

H = Hit
S = Stand
D = Double if allowed, otherwise hit
Ds = Double if allowed, otherwise stand
P = Split
R = Surrender if allowed, otherwise hit
Rp = Surrender if allowed, otherwise split
Rs = Surrender if allowed, otherwise stand

The house edge depends on the configurable rules as follows.

  • 2 decks, surrender allowed: 0.34%.
  • 2 decks, surrender not allowed: 0.40%
  • 4 decks, surrender allowed: 0.49%
  • 4 decks, surrender not allowed: 0.58%
  • 6 decks, surrender allowed: 0.54%
  • 6 decks, surrender not allowed: 0.63%

The following table shows the Blackjack games available in alphabetical order.

Realtime Gaming Blackjack Alphabetic OrderExpand

Game BJ Pays Soft 17 Double Re split aces Surr-ender Return Total Decks
Blackjack 1.5 Hit Any 2 No No 99.46% 6
Face Up 21 1.0 Hit 9 to 11 No No 99.25% 6
Match Play 21 1.5 Hit Any 2 Yes Yes 99.27% 6
Perfect Pairs Blackjack 1.5 Hit Any 2 No No 99.46% 6
Pontoon 2.0 Hit Any 2 Yes No 99.35% 2
Super 21 1.0 Hit Any 2 No Yes 98.94% 6


Here is the same list in returns range, choose your game wisely.

Realtime Gaming Blackjack Return OrderExpand

Game BJ Pays Soft 17 Double Re split aces Surr-ender Return Total Decks
Blackjack 1.5 Hit Any 2 No No 99.46% 6
Perfect Pairs Blackjack 1.5 Hit Any 2 No No 99.46% 6
Pontoon 2.0 Hit Any 2 Yes No 99.35% 2
Match Play 21 1.5 Hit Any 2 Yes Yes 99.27% 6
Face Up 21 1.0 Hit 9 to 11 No No 99.25% 6
Super 21 1.0 Hit Any 2 No Yes 98.94% 6


Blackjack with Perfect Pairs

This is the same as the conventional blackjack game described above with the Perfect Pairs side bet. The side bet follows the 25-12-6 pay table. The house edge on the side bet depends on the number of decks, as shown in the following table.

Perfect Pairs

Decks House Edge
2 22.33%
4 10.14%
5 7.72%
6 6.11%
8 4.10%


European Blackjack

The rules are as follows:

  • Unknown number of decks, but I think most casinos opt for eight.
  • Dealer does not take a hole card. If the dealer gets a blackjack, then the player loses everything, including doubles and splits.
  • Dealer stands on soft 17.
  • Player may double on hard 9 to 11 only.
  • Double after split allowed.
  • Player may split to three hands, except aces may be split once only.
  • No surrender.

Based on my blackjack house edge calculator, the following table shows the house edge according to the number of decks.

European Blackjack

Decks House Edge
2 0.47%
4 0.60%
6 0.63%
8 0.65%

The following strategy is appropriate of the European blackjack rules, assuming four or more decks.

Caribbean 21

I don't think any RTG casinos offer this game any longer. However if you do see it, please refer to my page on Caribbean 21 and let me know where you found it.

Casino War


Casino War
 

Standard Casino War rules are used where the player wins on a tie after a tie. One deck of cards is used for a house edge of 2.42%.

Craps


Craps
 

Here are the craps rules and payouts of RTG craps.

  • Odds allowed: This seems to be configurable. Two settings I know of are 2x and 3x. In both taking and laying the odds, the max bet is relative to the amount bet on the pass, come, don't pass, or don't come. One of these days, I hope to see an Internet casino understand that when laying odds the multiple is supposed to be relative to the win, not the bet amount.
  • Field: The win on the 12 seems to be configurable at 2 to 1 or 3 to 1. At 2 to 1, the house edge is 5.56% and at 3 to 1 is 2.78%.
  • Place bets: Standard rules. House edge is 6.67% on the 4 and 10, 4.00% on the 5 and 9, and 1.52% on the 6 and 8.
  • Don't place bets: For those not familiar with don't place bets, they can also be found in the UK and Australia. They are the opposite of place bets, winning on a 7 and losing on the chosen number. The following table shows what they pay and the house edge (per bet resolved):

    Don't Place Bets

    Number Pays House Edge
    4 or 10 5 to 11 3.03%
    5 or 9 5 to 8 2.50%
    6 or 8 4 to 5 1.82%

  • Buy bets: A 5% commission is charged on wins based on the bet amount. For example, a $100 buy bet on 4 would pay $195 (2 to 1 less 5% of $100). House edge is 1.67% on the 4 and 10, 2.00% on the 5 and 9, and 2.27% on the 6 and 8. Note that buy bets have a lower house edge than place bets on every number except the 6 and 8.
  • Lay bets: The help screens say a 5% commission is charged but it doesn't say whether it is based on the bet or the win or whether it must be prepaid. Based on a lot of testing, I think the help screens are wrong and they adjudicate lay bets as follows:
    • Point of 4 or 10: Commission of 2.5% of the win, for an effective payoff of 39 to 80. House edge is 0.83%. Bet in increments of $20 to avoid getting rounded down.
    • Point of 5 or 9: Commission of 2.5% of the bet, for an effective payoff of 77 to 120. House edge is 1.50%. Bet in increments of $30 to avoid getting rounded down.
    • Point of 6 or 8: Commission of 4% of the win, for an effective payoff of 4 to 5 (the same as the place to lose bet on 6 or 8). House edge is 1.82%. Bet in increments of $5 to avoid getting rounded down.

    So note how the house edge on lay bets is lower than don't place bets on every numbers except 6 and 8, in which case it is the same.
  • Proposition bets: All the standard pays are followed, including 15 to 1 on easy hops, 30 to 1 on hard hops, 4 to 1 on any seven, and 7 to 1 on any craps. Due to the high house edge on all these bets, I would recommend having nothing to do with them.
  • Big 6 and 8: These sucker bets are the same thing as the place bets on 6 and 8, except they pay even money instead of 7 to 6. Stay away!

Warning: Winnings are rounded down to the nearest quarter. For this reason, when taking the odds you should bet in increments of $5 on the 6 and 8 and $1 on all other numbers. Lay bets should be in increments of $20 on the 4 and 10, $30 on the 5 and 9, and $5 on the 6 and 8.

Face Up 21


Face Up 21
 

This is the same thing as Double Exposure. The usual rules are followed with these specifics:

  • Six decks
  • Dealer hits soft 17
  • Doubling allowed on hard 9-11 only
  • Doubling allowed after splitting
  • Split to three hands
  • Tied blackjack wins

According to Norm Wattenburger, the house edge is 0.90%.

Keno

The player may choose 1 to 15 numbers. The following pay table is for the Las Vegas USA casino. I imagine that others are available.

Las Vegas USA — Keno Pay Table

Catch Pick 1 Pick 2 Pick 3 Pick 4 Pick 5 Pick 6 Pick 7 Pick 8 Pick 9 Pick 10 Pick 11 Pick 12 Pick 13 Pick 14 Pick 15
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 14 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 40 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 150 13 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 800 100 30 10 5 2 0 0 0 0 0
6 1800 400 120 60 25 10 5 2 2 0
7 8000 1600 300 150 100 40 22 10 12
8 30000 4000 1200 500 250 85 45 30
9 50000 10000 2500 1200 600 350 120
10 100000 25000 5000 3700 1100 300
11 100000 25000 12000 8000 2800
12 100000 50000 25000 25000
13 100000 50000 50000
14 100000 100000
15 100000

The following table shows the return and hit frequency for the Las Vegas USA pay table above. Note the highest return is on the pick-11 at 86.75%.

Las Vegas USA — Keno Return

Pick Return Hit Freq.
1 75.00% 25.00%
2 84.18% 6.01%
3 83.25% 15.26%
4 84.51% 25.89%
5 84.10% 9.67%
6 81.42% 16.16%
7 85.16% 6.16%
8 85.41% 2.08%
9 85.03% 3.89%
10 86.64% 6.47%
11 86.75% 2.43%
12 84.31% 4.04%
13 79.42% 6.23%
14 85.41% 10.20%
15 84.42% 4.67%

Let 'Em Ride


Let 'Em Ride
 

This is another name for Let it Ride. The usual rules and pay table are used, which results in a house edge of 3.51%, based on single unit bet. There is also a $1 progressive side bet, which has the same pay table as that in Caribbean Stud Poker (see above).

Match Play 21


Match Play 21
 

This is Spanish 21 under an assumed name. In this game the dealer hits a soft 17 and redoubling is not allowed. I assume that six decks are used. The only rule change is that three suited sevens against a dealer seven, without doubling or splitting, pays 40 to 1.

The house edge is about 0.81%.

Caribbean Hold'em Poker


Caribbean Hold'em Poker
 

This is the same thing as Casino Hold'em. The liberal 100/20/10/3/2 pay table is used, at a house edge of 2.16%.

In lieu of the AA+ side bet, there is a progressive side bet on the five flop cards. The same 100%/10%/$500/$100/$75 pay table is used as in Caribbean Stud Poker (addressed above).

For more information, please see my page on Caribbean Hold 'Em. You can also see a video of my playing on YouTube. Note the last hand to see my flush get paid even money only on the Ante.

Caribbean Stud Poker


Caribbean Stud Poker
 

RTG follows the usual U.S. pay table, except a royal flush pays 200 instead of 100. This lowers the house edge from 5.22% to 5.21%.

There is also a $1 progressive side bet with the following pay table:

  • Royal flush: 100% of jackpot
  • Straight flush: 10% of jackpot
  • Four of a kind: $500
  • Full house: $100
  • flush: $75

This pay table returns 41.152%, plus 2.9242% for each $10,000 in the jackpot meter. The break even point, with zero house edge, is at a jackpot of $201,241.58.

For more information about Caribbean Stud Poker please visit my Caribbean Stud Poker section.

Pai Gow Poker


Pai Gow Poker
 

The dealer is always the banker and the usual 5% commission is charged on wins. The A-5 straight is the second highest. The cards are conveniently arranged in order and the game will warn the player if he fouls his hand. There is no "house way" button. One noteworthy thing about this game is the very elaborate house way followed by the dealer.

The house edge under the RTG rules is 2.86%.

Warning: Winnings are rounded down to the nearest quarter. For this reason, you should be in increments of $5.

Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker


Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker
 

The poker variant features the liberal Las Vegas version of the rules, where the player needs a winning straight only to win the Ante bet. This results in a house edge of 2.04%.

On the Bonus Bet they follow the "Atlantic City" pay table that goes 30-25-20-15-10-5-3, which has a house edge of 8.90%.

Please see my page on Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker for more information about this game.

Tri Card Poker


Tri Card Poker
 

This is the same game as Three Card Poker. I know of two possible settings for the Pairplus bet, as follows:

  • 1-4-6-30-40: House edge of 2.32%.
  • 1-4-6-25-40: House edge of 3.49%.

Pontoon


Pontoon
 

This is a blackjack variant that should not be confused with Australian pontoon/Spanish 21.

RTG Pontoon is loosely based on blackjack. There are too many rules to mention, so please visit my RTG Pontoon page for more information. The house edge is 0.38%.

Red Dog


Red Dog
 

The usual Red Dog rules are followed. I'm told that two decks are used, for a house edge of 3.08%.

Roulette


American Roulette

New American Roulette

European Roulette

French Roulette

There are no fewer than four types of roulette games, as follows:

  • American roulette: Double-zero wheel. House edge of 5.26% on all bets except the five-number bet, which is 7.89%.
  • New American roulette: Same as American roulette rules. Just a different look to the game.
  • European roulette: Single zero wheel. It also offers the neighbors and orphans bets. House edge of 2.78%.
  • French roulette: Single zero wheel with the "la partage" rule, which states any even money bet will lose zero only if the ball lands in zero. House edge of 1.35% on the even money bets and 2.78% on all others.


If you must play roulette, there should be no reason to play anything other than French Roulette, preferably sticking to even money bets.

Scratch Cards


Diamond Blackjack

Hot Dice

Lucky 8's

RTG offers four scratch card games, the three pictured below plus Magic 7's. The rules are not quantified, so I have no idea what you are up against mathematically. So, with the scratch cards, you're on your own.

Sic Bo


Sic Bo
 

RTG follows the Macau pay table for sic bo. The following table shows the win for each bet, probability of winning, and return. As always with sic bo, I recommend sticking the the small and large bets, with the lowest house edge of 2.78%.

Sic Bo

Bet Pays Probability Return
Small, Big 1 105 0.486111 -0.027778
4, 17 60 3 0.013889 -0.152778
5, 16 30 6 0.027778 -0.138889
6, 15 17 10 0.046296 -0.166667
7, 14 12 15 0.069444 -0.097222
8, 13 8 21 0.097222 -0.125000
9, 12 6 25 0.115741 -0.189815
10, 11 6 27 0.125000 -0.125000
Triple 180 1 0.004630 -0.162037
Any triple 30 6 0.027778 -0.138889
Double 10 16 0.074074 -0.185185
Two die combination 5 30 0.138889 -0.166667
Any number 1,2,3 75,15,1 0.421296 -0.027778

Slots


Football Frenzy

High Fashion

Jumping Beans

Megasaur

Naughty or Nice Spring Break

Shark School

It is my understanding the casino operator has three settings to choose from on how loose or tight he wishes to set the slots. Naturally, they don't usually disclose their decision.

There is a nice variety of about 50 slots. Most are video slots but some are classic three-reel games. Plenty have bonus rounds and several have progressive jackpots. Here are screen shots of six of their games.

I would like to know why the Naughty or Nice Spring Break slot machine has graphics and sound pertaining to Christmas. When last I checked, spring break was around Easter.

Super 21


Super 21
 

This is a blackjack variant with lots of liberal rules, commonly known as Super Fun 21 in land casinos. To pay for all the special rules, 94% of blackjacks pay even money only. Here are the RTG rules:

  • Configurable number of decks but most casinos likely opt for six.
  • Dealer hits a soft 17.
  • Player may double after a split.
  • Player may re-split to up to three hands, including aces.
  • Player may hit and double down to split aces.
  • Player may double on any number of cards.
  • Player may take late surrender on any number of cards.
  • Player may surrender half of total bet after doubling, what is called "Double Down Rescue" in Spanish 21.
  • A player hand totaling 20 or less, consisting of six cards or more, except after doubling*, automatically wins.
  • A player hand of 21 points, consisting of 5 cards or more, except after doubling*, pays 2 to 1 instantly.
  • A player blackjack always wins
  • A player blackjack in diamonds pays 2 to 1, all other blackjacks pay even money.


Please note that doubling will void any special rules for 5-card and 6-card hands.

The house edge is as follows, according to the number of decks:

  • One deck: 1.08%.
  • Six decks: 1.33%.


Vegas Three Card Rummy


Vegas Three Card Rummy
 

Vegas Three Card Rummy is a game I've seen only at Internet casinos using RTG and Cryptologic software. I've never seen it in a land casino.

The game is similar to Three Card Poker, but hands are scored much differently, and the odds are better. The house edge is 3.23% on the Ante and 3.54% on the Bonus. For all the details visit my section on Vegas Three Card Rummy.

Video Poker


Jacks or Better

Sevens Wild

Aces & Eights

All American

Bonus Deuces

Bonus Poker

Deuces Wild

Double Bonus

Double Double Bonus

Double Double Jackpot

Double Jackpot

European Slot Poker

Pick 'em Poker

Joker Poker

Jacks or Better - 10 play

Jacks or Better — 52 play

Jacks or Better - 100 play

Loose Deuces

Mystery Bonus

Real Time Gaming has lots of video poker games to choose from. The pay tables are configurable, so they vary from one casino to another. All conventional games are available in 1-play, 3-play, 10-play, 52-play, and 100-play. Often the pay tables are not as generous for any form of multi-play.

Following is a list of quantifiable video poker games available at RTG with known pay tables and returns. I'm sure other pay tables exist. If you know of any, please send me a screenshot.

Known RTG Video Poker Games and Pay Tables

Game Pay Table Return
Aces & Eights 8-5-4-3-2-1 99.78%
Aces & Eights 7-5-4-3-2-1 98.63%
All American 35-8-8-8-3-1-1 99.60%
All American 30-8-8-8-3-1-1 98.49%
Bonus Deuces Wild 9-4-4-3-1-1 99.45%
Bonus Deuces Wild 8-4-4-3-1-1 99.06%
Bonus Poker 80-8-5 99.17%
Bonus Poker 75-8-5 99.07%
Bonus Poker Deluxe 50-80-8-6-4 98.49%
Bonus Poker Deluxe 75-75-8-6-4 97.59%
Deuces Wild 25-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 98.91%
Deuces Wild 20-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 97.97%
Double Bonus 45-10-7-5-3-1-1 99.37%
Double Bonus 40-10-7-5-3-1-1 98.57%
Double Double Bonus 400-50-9-6 98.98%
Double Double Bonus 350-45-9-6 97.86%
Double Double Jackpot* 50-160-160-160-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 99.34%
Double Double Jackpot* 50-140-70-70-35-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 98.99%
Double Double Jackpot* 50-150-150-150-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 98.95%
Double Jackpot* 50-160-80-80-40-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 99.63%
Double Jackpot* 50-140-70-70-35-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 98.99%
Jacks or Better 9-6 99.54%
Jacks or Better 8-5 97.29%
Joker Poker 150-80-50-20-6-5-3-2-1-1 98.51%
Loose Deuces 25-15-5-4-3-2-2-1 99.07%
Pick 'Em Poker 239.8-120-18-15-11-5-3-2 99.95%
Pick 'Em Poker 239.8-100-18-15-11-5-3-2 99.11%
Sevens Wild 25-15-10-5-3-2-2-1 99.16%

*: Double Jackpot and Double Double Jackpot are what is normally called Double Double Aces & Faces in land casinos.

There are also two games I can't quantify. One is Mystery Bonus poker, where a randomly chosen pay is increased after the bet is made. Without knowing the probability of each bonus and amount, I am unable to quantify the odds of the game. My request to RTG for this information was not returned.

There is another game called European Slot Poker. I have to give RTG points for creativity for that game. Regarding strategy and math, you're entirely on your own with that one!

Finally, the thing I find most annoying about RTG video poker is the player is prompted to make a double or nothing bet after every win. I think there should be a way to say "No, and don't ask me again."

The following table shows the Video Poker games available in alphabetical order.

Realtime Gaming Video Poker Alphabetic Order

Game Pay Table Return
Aces & Eights 8-5-4-3-2-1 99.78%
Aces & Eights (multi-play) 7-5-4-3-2-1 98.63%
All American 35-8-8-8-3-1-1 99.60%
All American (multi-play) 30-8-8-8-3-1-1 98.49%
Bonus Deuces Wild 9-4-4-3-1-1 99.45%
Bonus Deuces Wild (multi-play) 8-4-4-3-1-1 99.06%
Bonus Poker Deluxe 50-80-8-6-4 98.49%
Bonus Poker Deluxe (multi-play) 50-80-8-6-4 98.49%
Deuces Wild 25-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 98.91%
Deuces Wild (multi-play) 25-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 98.91%
Double Bonus 45-10-7-5-3-1-1 99.37%
Double Bonus (multi-play) 40-10-7-5-3-1-1 98.57%
Double Double Bonus 400-50-9-6 98.98%
Double Double Bonus (multi-play) 400-50-9-6 98.98%
Double Double Jackpot 160-160-160-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 99.36%
Double Double Jackpot (multi-play) 150-150-150-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 98.95%
Double Jackpot 160-80-80-40-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 99.63%
Double Jackpot (multi-play) 140-70-70-35-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 98.99%
Jacks or Better 9-6 99.54%
Jacks or Better (multi-play) 8-5 97.29%
Joker Poker 150-80-50-20-6-5-3-2-1-1 98.51%
Joker Poker (multi-play) 150-80-50-20-6-5-3-2-1-1 98.51%
Loose Deuces 25-15-5-4-3-2-2-1 99.07%
Loose Deuces (multi-play) 25-15-5-4-3-2-2-1 99.07%
Pick 'Em Poker 239.8-100-18-15-11-5-3-2 99.11%
Sevens Wild 25-15-10-5-3-2-2-1 99.16%
Sevens Wild (multi-play) 25-15-10-5-3-2-2-1 99.16%

Here is the same list in returns range, choose your game wisely.

Realtime Gaming Video Poker Return Order

Game Pay Table Return
Aces & Eights 8-5-4-3-2-1 99.78%
Double Jackpot 160-80-80-40-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 99.63%
All American 35-8-8-8-3-1-1 99.60%
Jacks or Better 9-6 99.54%
Bonus Deuces Wild 9-4-4-3-1-1 99.45%
Double Bonus 45-10-7-5-3-1-1 99.37%
Double Double Jackpot 160-160-160-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 99.36%
Sevens Wild 25-15-10-5-3-2-2-1 99.16%
Sevens Wild (multi-play) 25-15-10-5-3-2-2-1 99.16%
Pick 'Em Poker 239.8-100-18-15-11-5-3-2 99.11%
Loose Deuces (multi-play) 25-15-5-4-3-2-2-1 99.07%
Loose Deuces 25-15-5-4-3-2-2-1 99.07%
Bonus Deuces Wild (multi-play) 8-4-4-3-1-1 99.06%
Double Jackpot (multi-play) 140-70-70-35-20-8-5-4-3-2-1 98.99%
Double Double Bonus (multi-play) 400-50-9-6 98.98%
Double Double Bonus 400-50-9-6 98.98%
Double Double Jackpot (multi-play) 150-150-150-80-50-9-6-5-3-1-1 98.95%
Deuces Wild (multi-play) 25-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 98.91%
Deuces Wild 25-15-9-4-4-3-2-1 98.91%
Aces & Eights (multi-play) 7-5-4-3-2-1 98.63%
Double Bonus (multi-play) 40-10-7-5-3-1-1 98.57%
Joker Poker 150-80-50-20-6-5-3-2-1-1 98.51%
Joker Poker (multi-play) 150-80-50-20-6-5-3-2-1-1 98.51%
All American (multi-play) 30-8-8-8-3-1-1 98.49%
Bonus Poker Deluxe 50-80-8-6-4 98.49%
Bonus Poker Deluxe (multi-play) 50-80-8-6-4 98.49%
Jacks or Better (multi-play) 8-5 97.29%