Deuces Wild Rules

The deuces wild rules are incredibly simple regardless of the format in which you are playing the game. For instance, if you play the game on your home computer or while seated in a casino, the deuces wild rules will be exactly the same. The only time that things vary is when the game has any bonus options and this will only alter the amount of money paid out on specific hands.

To begin with, the deuces wild rules indicate that all four of the cards with the face value of two are to be considered “wild” cards. This means that they can be used as an acceptable substitute for any other card in the deck. This, in turn, means that even the highest paying combinations can be created through the use of the wild cards as well.

Now, you may be wondering what these winning combinations might be, and interestingly enough they are the traditional combinations from a regular game of poker. For instance, the Royal Flush, Straight, Full House, Three of a Kind, Pairs, and even “Five of a Kind” will exist in the game.

To develop a winning hand, the rules indicate that the player is limited to only two chances. They will receive their first five cards after making a wager (even in the free money versions the player will usually have to place a “fantasy” bet), they will then assess the cards to determine if they are likely to take a prize, and if they think they can improve their chances by replacing a few they can choose to do so. This leads to the second deal and it is at that time that the determination of a winning hand is made.

The game can be as quick or as slow as the player desires because there are no other players forcing a fast pace, and this too is a wonderful “rule” of deuces wild.