Deuces Wild



5,000.00 fun points

 

Game description

Are you willing to go wild? Don’t worry; you don’t have to go into the woods. You can sit in the comfort of your own home and experience a wild adventure by choosing to play the Deuces Wild game. What’s this game all about? Basically, this is a video poker game in which the Jokers are played by the Deuces. This means that the deuces can replace any card on the table so as to get closer to the winning card hands. Thus, the rule is not to discard the deuces.
There are 4 main winning combinations in the Deuces Wild game. These are Five of a Kind, Royal Flush, Wild Royal Flush and Four Deuces. In addition, you can get various other winning hands that pay less such as Straight Flush, Jacks or Better, Four of a Kind, Two Pair, Full House, Three of a Kind, Flush and Straight. The Three of a Kind is the lowest paying combination, but it can still get you a couple of bucks. You can choose to play the Deuces Wild game for fun or for real money. It depends on your gambling experience. You can go for the fun game if you are a beginner and afterwards hunt for the cash.

Rules

In Video Poker only the ranking of the hands is the same as in table poker. Since the game is played on a machine, your only objective is to get the best-paying hand. The machine deals a five card hand. You may keep or throw away as many cards as you like by activating the appropriate button underneath every card. After selecting the card(s) you want to hold or discard, press on "deal/draw." The cards you didn?t want to hold are replaced with new cards. If the new hand contains a winning combination, you get paid.

DEUCES WILD

The most important thing to remember when playing Deuces Wild is that the four two’s (deuces) in the deck can be substituted for any other card, for any rank, in any suit. For example, a deuce of spades could be used as the fifth card to complete a straight flush in diamonds. You never discard a deuce.

Deuces Wild hand rankings :

The winning hands for Deuces Wild, from highest to lowest are:

Royal Flush without deuce(s) - A, K, Q, J, and 10 of the same suit.
Four Deuces ? Four wild cards in one hand.
Wild Royal Flush ? A royal flush made up with one or more deuces.
Five of a Kind ? Any five cards of the same value (includes one or more deuces).

The following hands pay the same, whether they contain deuces or not:
Straight Flush ? Five consecutive cards in the same suit, for instance 8, 9, 10, J and Q.
Four of a Kind ? A hand with four cards of the same value.
Full House - Three cards of one value, and two cards of another value.
Flush ? Any five cards of the same suit, in no particular order.
Straight ? Any five consecutive cards, such as J, 10, 9, 8 and 7, but not in the same suit.
Three of a Kind - Three cards of the same value, three Sevens for instance.
Two Pair ? A hand containing two pairs, such as two Tens and two Aces.
Pair of Jacks or Better ? A pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces makes up the lowest paying hand, (hence the name).

Because you have four wild cards to help make up winning combinations, the lowest pay-out is for Three-of-a-Kind. Four Deuces is a more volatile but also a more exciting game than Jacks or Better.