Deuces Wild
Deuces Wild Video Poker is extremely popular because it is easy to play yet contains an element of strategy. The player first chooses what denomination of coins they wish to use, ranging from 25 cents to $5. The player then deposits coins into the machine and then bets up to five coins on the hand. Once the cards are dealt, the player selects which cards to keep or ‘hold’, and the remaining cards are replaced in the second deal. After the second deal, the player is paid out based on the rank of the resulting poker hand.

Deuces Wild is great fun because all twos are wild. This means that they can be used as any card, giving the player a much greater chance of achieving high hands, including 5 of a kind! To compensate for this advantage, three of a kind is the minimum hand to win. The player is paid out according to the rank of the poker hand, as shown on the machine.

Joker Poker
Joker Poker is extremely popular because it is easy and quick to play but still contains an element of strategy. To begin, you choose what denomination of coins you wish to use, ranging from 25 cents to $5. You then deposit coins into the machine and bet up to five coins on the hand. Once the cards are dealt, you may select which cards to keep or ‘hold’, and the remaining cards are replaced in the second deal. After the second deal, you are paid out based on the rank of the resulting poker hand.

Joker Poker uses a 53-card deck which includes one wild-card joker. The joker can be used as any card to improve the player’s hand. The minimum payout hand is a pair of kings. This is a very exciting and popular casino game among the players of all ages.

Bingo
Each player has a number of BINGO cards (players can usually play any number of cards). Each BINGO card has 5 rows and 5 columns thus providing 25 spaces. The columns are labeled from left to right with the letters: ‘B’, ‘I’, ‘N’, ‘G’, ‘O’. With one exception (the center space is “free”) the spaces in the card are assigned values as follows: Each space in the ‘B’ column contains a number from 1 – 15. Each space in the ‘I’ column contains a number from 16 – 30. Each space in the ‘N’ column contains a number from 31 – 45. Each space in the ‘G’ column contains a number from 46 – 60. Each space in the ‘O’ column contains a number from 61 – 75.

Furthermore, a number can appear only once on a single card. Here’s a sample BINGO card: B I N G O 10 17 39 49 64 12 21 36 55 62 14 25 FREE SPACE 52 70 7 19 32 56 68 5 24 34 54 71 The number of unique BINGO cards is very large and can be calculated with this equation: // the B, I, G, and O columns * the N column (15 * 14 * 13 * 12 * 11) ^ 4 * (15 * 14 * 13 * 12) While perhaps interesting to a statistician, the number of possible BINGO cards has nothing to do with player’s chances of winning.