December 6th, 2012
A simple Deuces Wild Strategy
- If we have three deuces and two to a Royal Flush, that’s a Royal Flush and should be held intact.
- With two deuces and three to a Royal, this hand should be held intact as a Royal Flush.
- Two deuces and a Three of a Kind hand is a Five of a Kind hand and should be held intact.
- If we have two deuces and three cards to a Straight Flush, this hand should be held intact. If it’s merely a flush, save the two deuces.
- With two deuces and three odd cards, none of which can give you a Royal Flush, draw three cards to the deuces.
- With a single deuce and three to a Royal Flush, plus an odd card, we discard the odd card and draw one card.
- Without a deuce, if the hand gives us a payout with all five cards intact, we hold the hand and don’t draw.
- Without a deuce, we hold the following hands: four to a Straight Flush, four to a Flush and four to a Straight, discarding the odd card.
- Without a deuce, we hold three card Straight Flushes and draw.
- With hands such as ♦A ♥K ♠Q ♦4 ♥8, we discard all the cards.
Pairing any of the big cards or even making two pair gives us nothing. You’ll find you’ll often, up to 25% of the time, be discarding the cards dealt to you.
Play the game correctly, and you’ll be rewarded with all kinds of big hands, and if you encounter a good winning streak, this game can earn you some good money even without hitting the Royal Flush.