There's a version of texas hold em' we play with jokers. They add some spice and diversity to the game. These are the rules we play by. Jokers are worth nothing on their own but they are allowed to complete straights and flushes. Jokers may NOT be used with regular cards to create pairs, trips, four of a kind, or a full house, however, when both jokers are in play, whether in your hand or as a community card, they can be used together to make a pair that ranks one higher than an ace pair. A joker pair may be used in conjunction with three of a kind to make a full house, i.e. three kings and two jokers. Often when both jokers are out in play, the 'high pair' rule doesn't come into effect because both jokers can be used together on the same straight or flush making higher hands much easier to come by.