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Is it right? You don't have that rule. You have to cover a variety of special rules upfront, or there will be confusion. Keep the stakes low LOL. True, but I do see the logic that the joker does have to be a real rank and suit, so making five aces does require duplicating one of the four "real" aces even if it doesn't matter which one. Re: Rules question re: dealer's choice game with wildcards. Re: Rules question re: dealer's choice game with wildcards I've always understood the rule to be that a wildcard can be used to represent any card not already in your hand, or to make five of a kind, and I did find this same rule here. I actually think the problem would come up more for low hands, since usually a flush isn't good enough for a high if there are enough wild cards. Thread Tools. You should just make the best hand you can make, without regard for the number of wild cards used. Wild cards introduce a lot of logical arguments that could go either way, like this one. If that's how it works, why not duplicate a rank and suit in a flush? Re: Rules question re: dealer's choice game with wildcards It's been ages since I played anything like this, but I think the "house rule" back in the day was that multiple wild cards had to be different within the hand. I don't think that this is a worthwhile policy; it creates more mess where things are already a bit messy. Who knows. As chucksim mentioned, as long as everybody agrees on the rule ahead of time, whatever the rule may be, conflicting interpretations like this can be avoided. Send a private message to chucksim. Send a private message to Bene Gesserit. So should it change when you can have a flush with more than only high cards to compare? Only 1 in the deck, but would not duplicate for an AAxxx flush. I strongly dislike wild card games. Forum Rules. The ace-high has better high-card strength no matter how you cut it, but trips beats a pair. The cards in brackets indicate that the player does not hold that physical card, but is using a wildcard. Originally Posted by flyingtriangle. But I think wildcard games are nonsense, and I'm lazy, so it's hard for me to figure that out. Glad to see you addressed the five-of-a-kind versus straight flush rule in advance. But I have never liked a rule where the hand with the fewest wild cards somehow has a higher value than one with more. I play in a similar game and we play the "triple ace" flush is the winner. Originally Posted by Milo We used to play games with all kinds of wild cards and this is how we did it. Your game just needs to pick a rule and stick with it. Find Threads Started by chucksim. Smilies are On. Player B's flush is A, K, Q, 7, 3 using two wilds. If you didn't have a rule in place, I think arguments could be made for both cases, and I would probably argue for a split just to settle it, then come up with a rule. Find Threads Started by flyingtriangle. This is why you need a rule established. Player A's flush is A, K, Q, 10, 6 using his one wild card. I've seen that one resolved by shouting volume when there wasn't a rule in place. There's also the question of whether the "more natural" hand between two hands of equal rank should beat the "more wild" hand. That not only complicates things a lot, it doesn't make sense to me. But it is what we all agreed on for simplicity since everyone is usually bombed and we didn't want confusion or arguments. Mark Forums Read.

Rules question re: dealer's choice game with wildcards. I think that if you are going to play games like this you should come up with a rule and stick to it.

I can see it working either way. Home Poker Discussions of home poker games. BB code is On. Remember Me? Player A has the higher flush and wins the high. User Name. Send a poker with wild cards rules message to flyingtriangle. Normally, you only rank a flush by its high cards, but that's also how you judge unpaired poker hands.

They're much easier to resolve upfront with poker with wild cards rules firm rule than in the middle of the game, when money hangs in the balance. Counts as the 'best' card that isn't already in your hand.

However, I suppose it's not strictly incorrect to call the poker with wild cards rules flush A[A][A]73, since introducing wild cards makes some impossible hands possible. I thought my interpretation was most consistent with the rules re:allowing 5 of a kind, but when the argument hadn't been resolved after a couple of minutes, I just conceded the pot to Player A so we could move on.

A wildcard has the same value as whatever natural card it represents. Find More Posts by Bene Gesserit. Full disclosure: I was Player B in this scenario the one who wanted to use wildcards for multiple A 's.

Yup, when we played with wildcards, it was same as most. For future games, I think I'll suggest we adopt the "usual" rule from abby99's link: that a wildcard cannot duplicate another card in the player's hand, understand slot sim card asus zenfone 5 regret in the special case where you make 5 of a kind.

Personally, I like to make the wild cards stick to normal poker rules as much as possible. Originally Posted by Jimulacrum. This eliminated the 5 of a kind hand. View Public Profile. The reason I mentioned the rule on 5 of a kind at the top of the post is that clearly there is no restriction in this game on using a wildcard to duplicate another card, even if you hold the physical card in your hard.

Games like this, as fun as they are, can get pretty "absurd" pretty quick sometimes. All times are GMT The time now is PM.

It's been ages since I played anything like poker with wild cards rules, but I think the "house rule" back in the day was that multiple wild cards had to be different within the hand.

Ironically, while several of the players not involved in the hand considered the AAAxx flush suggestion to be ridiculous, it was Player A who was most receptive to the suggestion that my hand might have been best. Seems pretty clear now that there is not a "standard" answer to this, and it's more a matter of house rules as to whether multi-ace-high flushes are allowed.

Find More Posts by flyingtriangle. By the by, when using a wild for purposes of Five of a kind, the suits are irrelevant so the question of which suit the fifth ace is does not matter.

I don't like that rule personally, but it is a valid argument. Personally i think the winner in your example should be the player with just one wild card, but again, in a game like that it is best to come to a consensus and stick to it. Send a private message to abby Find More Posts by abby Find Threads Started by abby Re: Rules question re: dealer's choice game with wildcards This is one of the problems with wild cards, as much as I love a good wild-card game.

Straight flushes are more rare than 3 of a kind, so they're more valuable at showdown. Computer Technical Help Programming. With wild cards in play, 5 of a kind is considered a valid hand at this game, beating a straight flush. So I guess so! Whatever the rule is, that's what's correct. I've always understood the rule to be that a wildcard can be used to represent any card not already in your hand, or to make five of a kind, and I did find this same rule here. On those rare occasions when I play them, I prefer the "any card not in your hand or five of a kind" rule that others have mentioned. I feel like someone should figure out which hand is "less likely" or "harder to get". Find More Posts by chucksim. Thanks to everyone for the responses! Who wins? Player B holds A 7 3 [Wildcard] [Wildcard]. Bear in mind that allowing the multiple aces now raises the question of whether you should judge the flush purely by top-to-bottom high-card strength, or whether you're now looking at a new sub-class of hands: flushes with pair-based hands. This is one of the problems with wild cards, as much as I love a good wild-card game. We used to play that A would lose to A Wild for low which would argue for the AAA flush to win - but then I played with people who totally disagreed and said they are both wheels which would argue that the AKQT flush wins. Find Threads Started by Bene Gesserit. This is a point in favor of sticking with no-pair flushes, in my eyes.