How to Play Dueces Wild Video Poker.
Dueces Wild Video Poker is very point and click, with most online casinos, they will offer you instructions on how to play while you’re playing the game in case a beginner is trying the game out for the first time! So this article is more about strategies and what to look for when playing the game. One thing to remember when playing Dueces Wild is that the four two cards in the deck also referred to as dueces, can be sustituted for any other card, any other rank, in any suit. This is a major thriller for this game because it’s like magic.
In Dueces Wild, the best hand to have is the Royal Flush without dueces, which consists of an Ace King Queen Jack & a 10 of the same suit. This is usually a payout of 4,000 or more coins if the player has made a five coin bet. If the player only bet 1-4 coins, they’ll get 250 coins for each of the coins they bet which is still a pretty good payout!
Next follows the Royal Flush is Four Dueces which is actually Four wild cards in one hand, this usually pays 250 per coin. A
Wild Royal Flush is the same as a Royal Flush that was made up of one or more dueces, this pays out about 25 or 20 per coins bet.
The following hands pay the same, whether they are natural hands or contain deuces:
Straight Flush – Five consecutive cards in the same suit, Pays 10, 9 or 8 per coin bet.
Four of a Kind – A hand with four cards of the same value. Pays 5 or 4 per coin bet.
Full House – Three cards of one value, and two cards of another value. Pays 3 or 4 per coin bet.
Flush – Any five cards of the same suit, in no particular order. Pays 3 or 2 per coin bet.
Straight – Any five consecutive cards but not in the same suit. Pays 2 per coin bet.
Three of a Kind – Any three cards of the same value. In Deuces Wild this is the lowest-paying hand. Pays 1 per coin bet which pretty much makes you break even.
Here are some tips based on some hands you might obtain;
If you get four deuces, keep all of your cards because you can’t make a better hand than this.
Three Deuces: If you have a wild royal flush, keep it. Same with a five of a kind hand if not, hold onto your deuces only.
Two Deuces: If you have any hand that is four of a kind or better, hang onto it in case you end up with a royal flush later on if none of the cards can amount to a royal flush, get rid of those and keep the deuces.
One Deuce: If you don’t have anything toward a Royal Flush or Straight Flush, just keep the deuce.