How to Play
Deuces Wild Video Poker

To play Deuces Wild Video Poker, simply take the following steps:

First: Choose the value of your coins
Video poker is played with 25¢, 50¢ and $1 coins. You can choose any coin value by clicking the left mouse button on the preferred coin in the lower part of the screen. The coin selection can be made whenever the red "Insert Coin" arrow is showing. The selected coin is illuminated.

Second: Make your bet
To make your bet, click on the coin receiver slot on the lower right. You can click up to five times, each click adding a new coin to your bet. The minimum bet is 25¢ (one click with the 25¢ chip selected). The maximum bet is $5 (five consecutive clicks with the $1 coin selected). Coins of different value cannot be mixed in the same wager. After the first hand, you can speed up the process of making a multiple coin bet by clicking once on the "Repeat Bet" button. This places, with only one click, a new bet of the same value as the last one.

Third: Play your hand
To start the game, click on the "DEAL" button, which is activated once the bet is made. The machine deals you five cards.

Fourth: Select your cards
You will have a second round of cards and you form the final poker hand by keeping some of these first five cards and replacing the bad ones with new cards of the second "draw" round. To keep a card you click the mouse on the "HOLD" button below that card. A "Held" mark is visible under the preserved cards. All the cards that do not show the "Held" mark under it will be discarded and replaced with new ones. Remember that in this game the four deuces are wild cards, that is, you can use a deuce as if it were any card that better suits your hand. Therefore, deuces are the most valuable cards and you will always want to hold them.

Fifth and Last: Form your final hand
Click on the "DRAW" button. All the unheld (discarded) cards are replaced by new ones and the final hand is formed. If you succeed in making a winning hand, you will see the prize flashing on the screen, while your winnings drop into the coin bucket, and your account is automatically increased by the amount of the prize.

The game is loaded in silent mode. To activate sound, click on the "Sound" button located at the lower part of the screen. It will take a few seconds to load the sound files and you will hear them as they are being loaded. The sound will stay active while the "Sound" button remains depressed. A second mouse click on this button will release it and return to silent mode.

Prizes are paid in coins of the same value of the coins wagered and are listed on the machine screen. For the same hand, prizes increase accordingly with the number of coins betted. For example, a natural Royal Flush will win 400 coins of 25¢ value ($125) if the bet was one 25¢ coin, while the same hand would win 5000 coins of 1$ value ($5000) if the bet was 5 $1 chips.

There is an element of skill in video poker: Decisions of which cards to keep must be made which, unlike other slot machines, will determine whether and how much you can win. The poker machines at the 4 Jacks Casino conform to the rules and payoff regulations found in Las Vegas and casinos around the world.

Winning Hands
The winning hands in Deuces Wild Video Poker are the following:

Hand Description
Royal Flush (natural) A hand containing an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten of the same suit and no deuces.
Four Deuces A hand containing the four deuces and any other card.
Royal Flush (with Deuces) A Royal Flush in which one or more deuces replace some of the cards of that hand.
Five of a kind A hand with any five cards of the same value (i.e. five Jacks or five Fours, etc.). As there are only four cards of the same value, this hand needs at least one and up to three deuces.
Straight Flush A hand containing any five consecutive cards of the same suit (i.e. Eight, Nine, Ten, Jack and Queen of hearts. Deuces can replace any cards.
Four of a Kind A hand with any four cards of the same value (i.e. four Jacks or four Fours, etc.). Up to three deuces can be contained in this hand.
Full House A hand containing both a "pair" and a "three of a kind". A deuce can replace any missing card.
Flush A hand containing any nonconsecutive five cards of the same suit. (i.e. Three, Four, Seven, Ten and Jack of clubs). Deuces can replace any of these.
Straight A hand with any five consecutive cards of different suits. Deuces can replace any of these.
Three of a Kind A hand with any three cards of the same value (i.e. three Sevens or three Eights, etc.) or a pair plus a deuce or two deuces plus three other non matching cards.
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