Challenge the hottest video poker game of the world. How many rounds can you win?
This is basically the Poker Solitaire portion of the Atari 2600 game Casino or the game Poker Squ♠res ported to the Atari Lynx.
The object is to place twenty-five cards out of fifty-two on a grid five rows wide and five rows deep to form the best poker hands you can, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. The better your poker hands, the more points you get. Points are awarded in the following way:
For each row with one pair: two hundred points
For each row with two pairs: four hundred points
For each row with three of a kind: eight hundred points
For each row with a straight: one thousand points
For each row with a flush: one thousand four hundred points
For each row with a full house: one thousand eight hundred points
For each row with four of a kind: two thousand points
For each row with a straight flush: two thousand four hundred points
For each row with a royal straight flush: two thousand eight hundred points
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