How to play DJ Wild

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DJ Wild is a poker-based game in which the deuces and a single joker are considered wild and can stand in for any other card. You can enjoy this cool game at a few casinos located in the US and a couple which is found in the UK.


  1. You will need a 53-card deck which also includes a single joker inside of it.
  2. The hands that you can have are ranked as follows, from highest to lowest:
    • Five Wilds
    • Royal Flush
    • Five of a Kind
    • Straight Flush
    • Four of a Kind
    • Full House
    • Flush
    • Straight
    • Three of a Kind
    • Two Pair
    • Pair
    • Ace high or less
  1. To start playing the player will have to make equal bets on the Ante and Blind. There is also the option of another bet which is called the Trips side bet.
  2. Now the dealer will hand each player and himself exactly five cards each.
  3. After he has inspected his cards a player can either fold here or make a Play bet. The Play bet has to be exactly equal to two times the Ante bet that he made before.
  4. Now the dealer will reveal all of his cards and compare it to the player’s, the highest poker value will win the hand.
  5. In the case that the dealer has the higher hand, the player will lose his cards and all of the bets that he made.
  6. If there is a tie between both hands, the Ante, Blind and Play bets will have to be pushed to the next round of play.
  7. When the player ends up having the higher hand, the Ante and Play bets will pay him even money. The Blind bet will pay according to a pay table which you will find below.
  8. And last but not least the Trips bet will pay depending on the poker value of the player’s bet only.

Blind Bet Pay Table

  • Five Wilds – 1000 to 1
  • Royal Flush – 50 to 1
  • Five of a Kind – 10 to 1
  • Straight Flush – 9 to 1
  • Four of a Kind – 4 to 1
  • Full House – 3 to 1
  • Flush – 2 to 1
  • Straight – 1 to 1
  • Three of a Kind or less – Push


The strategy for this game is pretty straightforward. You have to raise when you have a pair of fours or better, except when you have two fours and a single three. Otherwise, you should fold. The reason for the three singleton exception is because a pair of fours will beat a pair of threes, and the odds of the dealer getting a pair of threes is a lot smaller if you are holding one in your hand.

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