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- Place your bets.
- The dealer will then give you five face-up cards and you'll choose whether you want to hold or discard each card by clicking on the card or on the "Hold" button beneath each card.
- You will then click "Deal" to replace your discarded cards with new cards. Until this point, this video poker game is identical to other versions of the game, like Deuces Wild or Aces and Faces. But it's in the evaluating of your poker hands, the addition of the wild joker, and the payouts that this game differs. Because you have the advantage of the extra card, some of the payouts are altered. For example, the lowest possible winning hand is a pair of kings. If you get two queens, that will not be considered a winning hand. (A pair of aces, however, is a winning hand.)
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