Deuces Wild Video Poker is, like most video poker games, played on a straightforward gaming screen. RTG (RealTime Gaming) are the developers behind this game, which features your primary 5-card hand, holding and betting buttons below that hand, and a sizeable paytable located above the main hand. Options aplenty adorn the screen of this video poker title.
The Look and Feel of Deuces Wild Video Poker
Video poker games are seldom complex in terms of design, and that is what you will find with Deuces Wild Video Poker. There is no dealer, nor are there any opposing players in this RTG game. Any player who has tried their hand at video poker before will know that the primary objective is to merely build the best hand you possibly can.
As for bets, players can opt to wager anything from $0.05 per hand (with a single coin bet), up to $25 a hand (based on a 5-coin bet) in this video poker title.
How To Play Deuces Wild Video Poker
After placing a bet, players will receive five cards. They must choose which of the 5 cards they wish to keep, by clicking on them. New cards will then replace any which have been discarded, giving you a final 5-card hand. That hand is then measured against the paytable, and if it matches one of the hands on the paytable, a prize is paid out based on the value of the hand and the number of coins you have staked.
Deuces Wild Video Poker features an additional perk. As its name suggests, 2s are wilds in this video poker game. This unlocks additional hands in the paytable, some of which include the non-conventional Five-of-a-Kind, 4 Deuces, and Wild Royal Flush. A consequence of this is that the Three-of-a-Kind is now the lowest paying hand. The best paying hand is the Natural Royal Flush, worth between 250 coins and 4,000 coins in all.