Deuces Wild VideoPoker

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Deuces Wild is a widely used Video Poker game with four Wild Cards.
There are 3 video poker games that use the Deuces Wild rules and payouts:
Deuces Wild Poker (Single Play)
Deuces Wild Poker 10 Play
Deuces Wild Poker 50 Play
The features of this game are:
52 Card Deck
Double Game
Unique features and rules of this game are:
Cards with a value of 2 are displayed as Wild.
A Wild card will substitute for other cards, to give the highest possible win/payout for the hand.
There are 4 of these, one for each suit.
When these cards appear in the Double game, they have a value of 2 and are not wild.
The overall return to player is calculated as:
99.42%

In the event of a game malfunction, all affected bets and pays are rendered void. For more information on malfunctions, disconnections and other errors, please refer to the gaming website that you opened this game from.

General Layout
Video Poker is a Coin based game, similar in format to 5-card-draw poker. In Video Poker however, you are not playing against another player’s cards, but are simply trying to get the best hand possible according to the game’s pay table, which is displayed on the game screen.
Each version of Video Poker has its own particular features and scoring system. Some allow wild cards, others do not. Each version does however have a gambling game that can be played if you win a payout, which gives you a chance to increase those winnings, or to lose them.
All Video Poker games are played using 'coins', which are used to represent wagers and payouts.
Single, 10 and 50 Play games

Video Pokers come in Single, 10 Play and 50 Play variations. The different winning card combinations shown in the pay table are the same for each variation of each game, but the number of hands and the size of the wagers is different.
Pay Table

The Pay Table in a Video Poker game is shown across the top half of the screen (for Single play games) or above the button bar (for 10 and 50 Play games). The Pay Table indicates the ranking of different hands.
For Single Play games, the columns of numbers indicate the payouts per coin wagered, and can be clicked on to change the number of coins you wish to bet.
For 10 Play and 50 Play games, the payouts are shown for the selected number of Coins. To change the number of coins, click the Bet One or Bet Max buttons.
Cards

Five cards are shown on the screen, which make up your poker hand. After a new hand has been dealt, you can click on any or all of these cards to hold them during the Draw. Cards that are not held will be replaced during the Draw. Held cards are visibly identified as such.
Button Bar

Towards the bottom of the screen is the Button Bar. This contains the buttons and displays that enable you to control most of the game functions, other than the holding and releasing of cards, which is done by clicking the cards themselves after the Deal.
Game Display and Controls
The Button Bar contains the various displays and controls that allow you to play Video Poker. Although there are several different variants of the game, they all work in broadly the same way, and share a common set of controls.
Note: If you are playing this Video Poker game on Mobile, see the Mobile section below for display and control details.
Ticker Display. This is the display window at the top of the Button Bar. It displays information relevant to the game.
Coins Balance Display. This display is on the left of the Button Bar, and shows you how many Coins you have left to bet. Note that this will vary depending on the value of the coins you are using. If you have 1000 credits and are using 1-credit coins, the Coin Balance will read 1000. If you are using 100-credit coins, the Coin Balance will read 10.
Coin Selector. The Coin Selector looks slightly different on each game, but always shows a coin of the value that is currently selected for betting on this game. To change the value of the coins you are using, click on the Coin Selector until you have selected the coin of the value you want.
Coins Display. The Coins display shows how many Coins are set to be bet on each hand. You can change this either by clicking on the Bet One button, the Bet Max button, or on one of the payout columns in the Pay Table.
Bet Display. This shows the total number of Credits that are set to be bet on the next hand.
Win Display. Just above the Deal/Draw button, when you get a winning hand, this screen will display how many credits you have won.
Double Button. The Double Button, along with the Collect button, only becomes active when you have won a payout. Clicking on the Double button starts the gambling mini-game that gives you a chance to increase your winnings.
Collect Button. Like the Double button, the Collect button only becomes active when you have won a payout. Clicking the Collect button retrieves your winnings and deposits them in your account, ready for the next hand.
Bet One Button. The Bet One button increases the number of coins you are betting on each hand, by one coin, up to the maximum possible for the game being played. Clicking the Bet One button again returns the number of coins being bet to one.
Bet Max Button. The Bet Max button is positioned on the right, just next to the Deal/Draw button. Clicking the Bet Max button sets the bet to the maximum number of coins for this game, and automatically deals a new hand.
Note: the Bet Max button will not change the value of the coins you have selected; it will only bet the maximum number of coins possible on a single hand.
Deal/Draw Button. Before a game begins, this button is the Deal button, and once the value and number of coins to wager has been selected, clicking on it deals five cards and begins the game.
Once a game is in progress, the label on the button changes to Draw, and it is used to request replacement cards for the ones that were not held.
Game Display and Controls - Mobile
The interface and buttons for Mobile client Video Poker games are described below.
Balance. Your total balance at the casino is displayed in the bottom-left of the screen.
Coin Size. Shows the coin value and currency that is currently selected. To change this, press on it until you have selected the coin value you want.
Note: Not all games have the same selection of coins; make sure you know how much you are betting before you deal!
Coins. Shows how many Coins are set to be bet on each hand. To change this, press on it until you have selected the value you want.
Deal. Pressing the Deal button makes a bet and plays the game. The cost of the bet is the currently configured Coin Size multiplied by the number of Coins.
After the cards are dealt, this button becomes the Draw button
After a win, this button becomes the Collect button
Win. After a Win, the number of coins won is displayed here.
Double. If the game supports the Double feature, this button will be enabled after a Win.
Options. The cog icon, in the top-left of the screen, opens the Options menu, see below.
The X button, in the top-right of the screen, closes the game and returns you to the gaming website.
Pressing the Options button (the cog icon, in the top-left of the screen) shows additional buttons for;
Sound button. A musical note icon. This toggles the sound effects on and off.
Menu/Quit game button. Block of squares with an arrow icon. This closes the game, returning you to the gaming website.
Fullscreen button. 4 arrows icon. This is only available on some mobile devices. It toggles the game between fullscreen and not fullscreen. When running in fullscreen, the devices browser is not displayed.
Playing the Game
Video Pokers come in Single, 10 Play and 50 Play variations. The different winning card combinations shown in the pay table are the same for each variation of each game, but the number of hands and the size of the wagers is different.
Coins and Coin Balance

All Video Poker games are played using 'coins', which are used to represent both wagers and payouts.
When playing a Video Poker game, your current balance at the casino is converted to coins and shown in the Coin Balance. The number of coins displayed in the Coin Balance will depend on the Coin size that is selected.
Example; if you have a balance of 10 credits and the Coin size is set to 0.05, you will see this represented as 200 coins in the Coin Balance.

Bet sizes
The number of coins required for the currently configured wager is shown next to Bet, above the Bet Max button. The amount of coins for the next wager can be changed using the Bet One and Bet Max buttons.
When you select Deal, you make a wager equal to the number of coins shown next to Bet. This is deducted from your balance using the calculation;
Coin size multiplied by Bet multiplied by number of hands (either 1, 10 or 50, depending on the variation of video poker game).
When you make a wager in a Single game, the Bet amount is equal to the number of coins and you wager with a single hand of cards.
When you make a wager in a 10 Play game, the Bet amount is the number of coins multiplied by 10 and you wager with 10 hands of cards.
When you make a wager in a 50 Play game, the Bet amount is the number of coins multiplied by 50 and you wager with 50 hands of cards.
When you get a win and collect a payout from a Video Poker game, it is also shown in coins. The total amount of coins won is shown above the Deal button next to Win. This is added to your balance using the calculation;
Win multiplied by Coin size.
The Deal

When you have selected a coin value and a number of coins that you wish to bet, click on the Deal button to start the game. Five cards will appear face-up on the screen.
Holding and Discarding

You will need to evaluate the cards you have been dealt, against the game’s pay table, and judge which of those cards give you the best chance of getting a high scoring hand. Click on the cards you want to keep, these will be flagged as Held; all remaining cards will be discarded when you Draw. You can Hold any, all or none of the cards, at your own discretion.
The Draw

The Deal process is the same for each variation, but the Draw phase is different.
In Single, the Deal process gives you 5 cards. After you decide which cards you want to Hold, the Draw phase replaces these cards with other cards from the same deck.
In 10 Play games, after you decide which cards you want to Hold, the Draw process creates 10 copies of your hand and then deals new cards to replace the cards that were not held. The replacement cards are from 10 separate decks. The results for each hand are displayed above the Pay Table.
In 50 Play games, after you decide which cards you want to Hold, the Draw process creates 50 copies of your hand and then deals new cards to replace the cards that were not held. The replacement cards are from 50 separate decks. The results for each hand are displayed above the Pay Table.
Once you have selected which cards are to be held and which discarded, click the Draw button. This will replace any cards from your hand that were not Held, and leave you with your final hand. If the cards you are left with contain any of the winning combinations listed in the Pay Table, you will have won a payout. If not, the game is over.
For more details on winning hands, see the Hand Ranks section below.
After each game round ends, all the cards used are returned to the decks. The decks are shuffled when the next game round starts.
Double or Collect?

When you have won a payout, the Double and Collect buttons then become active. If you want to risk your payout on the chance to double it (potentially more than once), clicking the Double button allows you to play a mini-game to do so. If you want to add the credits you just won straight into your account, click on the Collect button.
If you choose to play the Double game, you will be shown a different screen, with no Pay Table, but retaining the Cards and Button Bar sections of the normal Video Poker screen. The card on the left will be face-up, the remaining four cards will be face-down. To play the game, click on any one of the four face-down cards. All four hidden cards will then be revealed and the following situations are possible:
If the one you selected, which will be marked with a Held flag, is higher than the card on the left, you will have doubled your initial winnings.
If your card was lower than the card on the left, you will have lost the payout you just won from the main game and be returned to the Video Poker screen.
If your card was equal to the card on the left, you will not win or lose the Double bet (this is a Push). You can chose to either Collect or try Double again
Note: If you are playing a game that includes 2-Wild cards, these always have a value of 2 during the Double game.
If you successfully double your winnings, you may then try to do so again, by clicking the Double button on the Button Bar and gambling again, or to bank your winnings by clicking the Collect button and returning to the Video Poker screen.
As long as you keep winning, you can keep clicking the Double button, up to the allowed limit for the game. Each time you try to double, the bet is for double or quits; i.e. if you lose, you forfeit everything you have just won, including your original payout from the main game.
The double limit for all Single play Video Poker games is a win of: 500 credits.
The double limit for all 10 play Video Poker games is a win of: 1000 credits.
The double limit for all 50 play Video Poker games is a win of: 2000 credits.
Video Poker - Hand Ranks
The Video Poker games use the hand ranks from traditional poker games. The hand ranks used by each game are displayed on the games paytables.
The hand ranks available in each game vary. Wild/Deuces/Joker cards are only used in some Video Poker games.
Here are some examples of the five cards you need in order to win each type of hand rank.

Jacks or Better:
A pair of cards with matching values and the values are either Jack, Queen, King or Ace.
Example: 6, 3, J, Q, J

Kings or Better:
A pair of cards with matching values and the values are either King or Ace.
Example: 6, 3, K, Q, K

Two Pair:
Two pairs of cards with matching values.
Example: 6, 6, 5, 7, 5

Three of a Kind:
Three cards with matching values.
Example: 6, 6, 5, 6, 9

Straight:
All five cards have values that are in numerical order.
Aces are included if they appear after a King or before a 2 in the sequence.
Example: 7, 9, 8, Jack, 10

Flush:
All five cards have the same suit.
Example: 3 Hearts, 9 Hearts, Jack Hearts, 5 Hearts, King Hearts

Full House:
A pair and a three of a kind.
Example: 3, 9, 3, 9, 9

Four of a Kind:
Four cards with matching values.
Example: 9, 9, 3, 9, 9

Four 2-4:
Four cards with matching values and the values are either 2, 3 or 4.
Example: 2, 9, 2, 2, 2

Four 2-4 + Ace-4:
Four cards with matching values and the values are either 2, 3 or 4. The second requirement is that the fifth card must be either an Ace, 2, 3 or 4.
Example: 2, A, 2, 2, 2

Four 2-4 + 5-K:
Four cards with matching values and the values are either 2, 3 or 4. The second requirement is that the fifth card must be either a 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Jack, Queen or King.
Example: 2, 7, 2, 2, 2

Four 5-K:
Four cards with matching values and the values are either 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen or King.
Example: 9, 3, 9, 9, 9

Four J, Q or K:
Four cards with matching values and the values are either Jack, Queen or King.
Example: J, 9, J, J, J

Four Aces:
Four cards with an Ace value.
Example: A, 3, A, A, A

Four Aces + 2-4:
Four cards with an Ace value and the fifth card must have a value of either 2, 3 or 4.
Example: A, 3, A, A, A

Four Aces + 5-K:
Four cards with an Ace value and the fifth card must have a value of either 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Jack, Queen or King..
Example: A, J, A, A, A

Straight Flush:
All five cards have values that are in numerical order and have the same suit.
Example: 3 Hearts, 6 Hearts, 5 Hearts, 4 Hearts, 2 Hearts

Royal Flush and Natural Royal Flush:
All five cards are the highest value cards (Ten, Jack, Queen, King, Ace) and have the same suit. No wild or joker cards.
Example: Ten Hearts, Queen Hearts, Ace Hearts, King Hearts, Jack Hearts

Hands that include Deuces/Wild/Joker cards:

Four Deuces:
Four cards with a value of 2-Wild
Example: 2-Wild, 3, 2-Wild, 2-Wild, 2-Wild

Four Deuces + Ace:
Four cards with a value of 2-Wild and the fifth card must be an Ace
Example: 2-Wild, A, 2-Wild, 2-Wild, 2-Wild

Four Deuces + A Joker:
Four cards with a value of 2-Wild and the fifth card must be a Joker
Example: 2-Wild, Joker, 2-Wild, 2-Wild, 2-Wild

Five 3-5:
Four cards with matching values between 3, 4 or 5 and the fifth card must be a 2-Wild or Joker.
Example: 4, 4, 4, 4, 2-Wild

Five 6-K:
Four cards with matching values between 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen or King and the fifth card must be a 2-Wild or Joker.
Example: 8, 8, 8, 8, 2-Wild

Five of a Kind:
Four cards that are all the same value and the fifth card must be a 2-Wild or Joker.
Example: 9, 9, 9, 9, 2-Wild

Five Aces:
Four cards that are all Aces and the fifth card must be a 2-Wild or Joker.
Example: A, A, A, A, 2-Wild

Wild Royal Flush:
This is a Royal Flush hand that includes one or more 2-Wild or Joker cards.
Example: 2-Wild, Queen Hearts, Ace Hearts, King Hearts, Jack Hearts