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About Deuces Wild Video Poker

Playing Deuces Wild from the NuWorks Software Developer sees us trying out a game from a relatively new designer in this industry. The brand has grown in popularity pretty quickly, and this we believe is due to the fact that they do not exclude players from the US. Quite rightly so, this designer must feel that it is up to the player to decide whether they should be entitled to gamble online. There is a top jackpot prize of 4000 coins up for grabs for landing a Royal Flush with a maximum bet.

Special Features

Like all video poker games of the Deuces Wild variety, the Deuce or Two is the wild card which makes it a little easier to create more winning combinations. Bearing this in mind, the first hand that players are able to win on is Three of a Kind. Higher prizes are paid out for more valuable hands, continuing with a Straight, Flush, Full House, Four of a Kind, Straight Flush, Five of a Kind, Wild Royal Flush, Four Deuces, and a Natural Royal Flush as the headliner.

Wagering takes place by adjusting the game to the amount of coins the player wants to wager, and at what value. One to five coins can be played, and as five coins offers the best winning value, we suggest always taking a maximum bet. There is only one value in this games coin range however, and we believe that this is one of its faults. In other words, the coin range value is 1.00, and there are no other choices to play.

Graphically speaking, this video poker game is crisp and clear, as well as simple to understand and play. It is not very innovatively exciting, but if all the player wants is a game of video poker, and not to be pleased by aesthetics, then there is no harm in giving it a go. Sounds are slot machine-like, and are really all very ordinary.

Bonus Feature

As in most versions of Deuces Wild there is a gamble feature available that triggers whenever the player has won. Whether this could be considered a bonus feature or not is really a moot point. It is a game of Double or Quits, where the player is required to choose a card from four face-down cards, that is higher in value than the card that appears face-up.  Either one wins, and double their money, or loses the lot, and this gamble can be repeated. 



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Patsy Nelson
Patsy Nelson ● Posted on 2016-06-25 01:40

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