Loose Deuces | 52 Hands | RTG
Goal: get a winning poker hand as listed in the pay table. 2’s can be substituted for any card. Special payouts offered for 4-of-a-kind hands and Wild Royals. When playing 1 hand, you can double your win in a Double or Nothing Bonus Round – select a card that is higher than the dealer’s card to win. Cards ranked from highest to lowest: A, K, Q, J, 10, 9…3, 2. In the Double or Nothing Bonus Round, wild 2’s rank higher than all other cards.
Loose Deuces | 52 Hands | is available at the following casinos
The goal of Loose Deuces is to get a winning poker hand as listed in the pay table. In Loose Deuces, 2’s can be substituted for any card. Loose Deuces offers special payouts for four-of-a-kind hands and Wild Royals (Royal Flush that uses a wild card).
When playing one hand, you can double your win in a Double or Nothing Bonus Round. In the Double or Nothing Bonus Round, select a card that is higher than the dealer’s card to win.
When playing multiple hands, winning hands are highlighted in the game. Winning hands and payouts are also listed on the left-hand side of the game.
Deal – Initial request of cards.
Draw – Request for new cards once player has selected which cards to keep. Also used in the Double or Nothing bonus feature.
Double or Nothing – Bonus round that gives the player a chance to double the winnings.
- Select how many coins you want to play. Increasing the number of coins increases the payouts.
- Select the amount to bet for each coin you want to play (coin value).
- Tap/click on Deal.
- Select the cards you want to hold for that hand. Tapping/clicking on them will hold the card, tapping/clicking again will release it.
- Tap/click on Draw.
Please refer to the pay table displayed in the game. Payouts increase when you increase your bet per hand.
The payout to the player is calculated multiplying the value on the active paytable by the value of the game denomination (bet value).
For example if you play with 4 coins at a denomination of $5.00 and you win a Five of a Kind you’ll be paid $300.00 (60*5).