Deuces Wild Video Poker

Deuces Wild Video Poker from Net Ent is a well designed online video poker game in which you can play up to 25 hands simultaneously. Or you Net Ent Deuces Wild Video Pokercan just play a single hand- you choose (a nice innovation this, similar to betting on more paylines on a slot). You can play Deuces Wild which has an online casino bonus offer up to £/$/€ 1000 for new players.

How to Play Deuces Wild Video Poker
This is Net Ent’s upgraded Deuces Wild game. Deuces are “2”s of course, so in this variant, the more 2’s you get, the better, as they will make up the highest winning poker hand by standing in for other cards. Cpmpare this to something like Aces and Faces video poker, wher you get higher payouts for 4 aces or 4 of the same face cards (eg, K,K,K,K).

This newer game also has a Double Up gamble option.
The RTP (return to player %) on Net Ent’s Deuces Wild Double Up video poker is 97.97%

You choose whether to play 1, 5, 10 or 25 hands, and you can change  bet levels and coin values. You need to build up as many winning poker hands as you can out of 5 cards. All the ‘deuces’ (the twos) in the 52 card deck( which is shuffled before the cards are dealt) can swap out for all other cards to make up a winning poker hand.

The winning poker hands Deuces Wild Double Up video poker are the following (best hands at the top)

Natural Royal Flush: A, K, Q, J, 10 from the same suit.
4 Deuces: 2, 2, 2, 2
Royal Straight Flush: A, K, Q, J, 10 of the same suit (you’ll need one Deuce).
Five of a kind: four cards with the same value plus a Deuce.
Straight Flush: 5 consecutive cards from the same suit (2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of hearts would be an example)
4 of a Kind: eg 7, 7, 7, 7.
Full House: 3 cards of the same number value and two cards of the same value (10, 10, 10 and Q, Q for example)
Flush: 5 cards all from the same suit (eg five diamonds)
Straight: 5 consecutive cards from different suits, eg 3,4,5,6,7
3 of a Kind: 3 cards with the same value (eg K, K, K )

Betting Limits
You can change the bet level, the coin level and the number of hands you play. Hit BET MAX for a full bet. Pick a bet level from 1 to 5 coins and a coin values of 10c, 20c, 50c, €/£/$1, €/£/$2, €/£/$5, and €/£/$10.

So , minimum bet is 1 x coin value @ 10c = €/£/$ 0.10, maximum bet: 5 x coin value @ €/£/$10 = €/£/$50.
That would be for a one hand game.

These maximum and minimum bets dpend on the amount of hands you play on each go (up to 25).

Pay Outs
The game displays the amount of pay out you will get for each hand. Click the PAYTABLE button.

The best poker hand in Deuces Wild video poker is a Natural Royal Flush, – which is a natural flush that does NOT inclide a wild deuce. This hand will net you x 4000 your coin value at the highest bet level.

Start the game by clicking the big START button and 5 cards will be dealt to you. If a poker hand can be formed straight away, all the cards contributing to the hand will be held automaticall. You can also hold cards manually by clicking on them.

Hit the middle button again and you will move into the ‘draw’ – all cards that weren’t held are discarded and new cardsare dealt to form the final hand.

If you win the hand, you can hit the GAMBLE button – for a double or quits bet. You’ll get a further 5 cards face-down. You need to guess, which colour the next card will be. If you guess right, you win is doubled. Yu can gamble another 4 times if you wish. We advise against this- have the odd go, but don’t go crazy- it’ll just reduce your odds.

Deuces Wild Video Poker Strategy
So which cards should yo hold, and which should you discard? The machine will make some suggestions for you, but you can also do this manually (and it’s good to at least manually check the machine’s suggestions).

For a payout, you need at least a 3 of a kind in Deuces Wild (unlike say Jacks or Better). BUT, remember, all 4 twos are wild, so this works in your favour.But it does mean that your strategy will need to be a bit different.

Always hold the Deuces. Sounds obvious, doesn’t it? But some people don’t do this.
If you have a pat hand, which is a winning hand on the first 5 cards dealt, you should hold them. Again, obvious, right? Well, we prefer to be as clear as possible.
EXCEPT when you have 2 deuces and are one away from a Straight Flush or higher. (There’s always an exception)! This is one time you might have to over-ride the machine.
Hold any pair unless you are one off a flush or straight.
If you have no deuces and no pairs, throw them all away, except in the following scenarios:

2 cards short of a Royal Flush
1 card short of a Flush
1 card short of an Outside Straight (is you can make the straight up from either end, not from the middle).
2 cards short of a  Straight Flush

If you Have 1 Deuce
Throw away the other cards except for the scenarios below, where you throw the-

1 card short of a Royal Flush
1 card short of a Straight Flush
Keep three of a kinds
1 card short of a Straight Flush
2 cards short of a Royal Flush
2 cards short of a  Straight Flush

If you have 2 Deuces, chuck the other 3 except where you throw:
The odd one out of a 4 of a kind
1 card short to a Royal Flush

1 card short Straight Flush

If you have 3 Deuces, throw the other 2 if the 5 isn’t making up a straight or better.

Summary
A neatly designed video poker. We particularly like the way you can adjust the number of hands you play, which on many power poker variants like Microgaming Jacks or Better, is fixed (although you can go all the way up to 100 hands on some Microgaming variants).

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