Deuces Wild Video Poker considers all deuces as wild cards. This treats the '2' as any card a player chooses it to be, regardless of its suit or face value. In this type of Video Poker, a player has an improved chance of getting good hands. However, the casino counters this with a tighter schedule of payout. A player gets paid if he has a three of a kind or better, at the very least.
To start the game, the player clicks the 'deal' button and the machine responds by dealing him five cards with everything face up. This game, being Draw Poker, allows the player to choose whether he holds or lets go any of the five cards. The player keeps the best hand, comparing his original deal and his possible draw. Any deuces a player draws are considered wild and can therefore possibly make a better hand.
If the player wishes to keep or hold his card, the 'hold' button is clicked under the corresponding card to be held. A card to be held is indicated by a pin and the button that previously indicated 'hold' now changes to 'release'. In the event that the player changes his mind, clicking the release button (or clicking the card) triggers the release action. After selecting the respective cards to be held, clicking the 'draw' button lets the player draw the new cards to replace those cards that are discarded.
The newly drawn cards, together with the held cards from the original deal, will comprise the player's final hand. The player should always hold a total of 5 cards in his hand. The payout of the game will be based on the chart that is displayed on top of the machine. The payouts are done through the amount of coin credits that are shown by the 'credit' meter on the face of the Video Poker machine.
A player can drop as many casino chips as he wishes into the 'insert coins' slot. The more coins inserted, the higher the player's winning coin credits, depending on the coin setting of the machine and the dollar value of the chips.
When the player is through playing, he can click 'coins out' to exchange his coin credits for casino chips. If the player forgets to click 'coins out' and eventually exits the game, the casino empties the machine and increases his account balance to the appropriate value.
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