How are we different???
Pairs & Up Poker uses a totally re-imagined deck of playing cards. In our game you play poker with a 52 card deck comprised of 25 aces, 12 twos, 8 threes and 7 fours.
WHAT!!! You must be kidding!
How, may you ask, can you have a poker game like that? Well, the answer is simple. We've created an entirely new game that's fun, easy and more challenging than you might imagine. And the best part, it's FREE, and we mean COMPLETELY FREEthere's no cost, no ads, no commercials and no credit card information required! Just download the game and see for yourself. All we ask in return is your feedbacka rating and a reviewnothing more.
- Game Features -
$ 52 card deck with 25 aces, 12 twos, 8 threes and 7 fours.
$ 4 suits / 13 of each just like a regular poker deck!
$ Poker hands where 2 Pair beats 3 of kind.
$ The more difficult the hand the bigger the payout.
$ Check game winning strategies while your hand is in play.
$ Winning hands not offered in regular poker (e.g. 2 Pair Flush).
$ Super payouts for nearly every hand you make.
$ Completely free game resets to start over or buy more chips.
$ Double Match side bet offering more chances to win!
$ A $1 Super Flush Progressive Jackpot.
Pairs & Up Poker was created by a casino dealer with over 40 years experience in the business. The game has been certified by Gaming Laboratories International and was developed for live casino play. Our hope is that with your play and input that will become a reality sooner than later.
So, why play ordinary poker when you can play something totally new and different? Download us today and get started immediatelyit's that easy!
And be sure to look for our other gaming app Super Easy Aces (coming soon).
Pairs & Up Poker is intended for an adult audience of 21 years and up. Pairs & Up Poker does not offer real money gambling nor any opportunity to win real money or prizes. This game is strictly for your entertainment. Practice or success at social gaming does not imply future success at real money gambling. This game is free to play, but that policy may change sometime in the future.