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Poker Web

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Straight 5 Points

Five cards from different suits but with sequential values, it can start or end with an Ace but can't "wrap around".

Pair 5 Points

Two tiles with the same value.

Two pair 10 Points

Two pairs of two tiles with the same value.

3 of a kind 10 Points

Three tiles with the same value.

Full house 25 Points

A combination of three tiles with the same value and two tiles with the same value.

4 of a kind 25 Points

Four tiles with the same value.

Flush 25 Points

Five cards with the same suit.

Straight flush 50 Points

Five cards from the same suit with sequential values, it can start or end with an Ace but can't "wrap around".

Royal flush 100 Points

Five high cards from the same suit with sequential values: 10, J, Q, K, A.

Author Comments

Create poker hands from the cards in the web of this strategic solitaire game. Earn all achievement medals in this simple time waster that on hand follows poker rules, but on the other is nothing like poker!

Select five cards, then click the submit button. Click the help button to learn about the possible hands in the game.

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Good game fr fr been playing it for a while and so far my best score is 12750

A good game here and the gambling element with the cards and such was pretty nice, some things could be smoother more of a visual element but for the mostpart this was a nice lil game here I like the depth and detail of this casino type game



why does a royal flush count for more than a non-royal straight flush when other hands don't care about the value of the cards?

also i'm sorry ut the shape of the web is just annoying. you should have made it a simple grid or something.

also the four suits should be black red green and blue.

Problem 1: Spades and Clubs are too difficult to discern. I suggest you make Clubs green and Diamonds Blue.

Problem 2: The scoring is out of whack. It is better to make some junk hands so that you clear out room to make a couple of royal flushes and other straight flushes. One solution to this problem is declaring a "bust" if you don't make at least a pair. It's not perfect, but many solitaire card games have a bust state.

2a: There shouldn't be anything special about a royal flush. It's just the highest possible straight flush and should not be worth any more points than a strait flush. If you award more points for a full house of aces over twos versus fours over kings, then I could see scoring more for a royal flush.

rvh86 responds:

Thanks for your review! I've added a thin line around the game tiles to make them a bit better visible.

I like the strategy you need to use for getting a highscore by making junk hands. I did increase the scores for simple hands a bit so even junk hands are worth something compared to the higher values.

Credits & Info

3.67 / 5.00

Nov 1, 2022
3:03 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place November 3, 2022