Poker is very much a skill-based game, but your skill can’t always prevent a Bad Beat.
Bad Beat Jackpot gives you a chance to make up for a loss with a good hand.
A “Bad Beat” is when you lose with a great hand to an even better one.
Bad Beat Jackpot occurs when you lose with one of the following hands.
To hit the Bad Beat Jackpot, you need to satisfy the following conditions:
All blinds share the same jackpot payout percentage, despite the jackpot being allocated differently for each blind.
Jackpot payout percentage is as shown in the table below.
Hold’em, PLO, PLO-5, Short Deck, and Rush & Cash will share the same jackpot fund, with its sole purpose being the prize pool for Bad Beat Jackpot hits and its payouts.
The jackpot fund will continue to grow by reserving certain amounts from Hold’em, PLO, PLO-5, Short Deck, and Rush & Cash.
In other words, your cash prize for hitting the jackpot will always be waiting!
You can check the Bad Beat Jackpot pool live in the PC client lobby/tables and the mobile client lobby.
• If the pot amount exceeds or is equal to 30 big blinds(BTB), the amount equivalent to 1 big blind(BTB) will be reserved for the jackpot fund.
• In Rush & Cash, no amount will be reserved for the jackpot fund in tables with 5 or less dealt players.