Leading three-dimensional online casino WinADay.com has launched a new video poker game called Deuces Wild that allows players to take part in three, five, ten, 25 or even 50 hands at the same time.


WinADay.com in operated by Slotland.com and revealed that Deuces Wild is sure to be popular as it allows players the chance to double their winnings.


Players can raise the stakes by hitting the ‘double' button after a winning spin, which means that any rewards will be doubled while playing a single hand. If a competitor is having a go at two or more hands and their total win is equal to or exceeds the sum of their wagers, hitting the ‘double' button will see them taken to an optional double-or-nothing playoff round.


The instant-play no download casino revealed that players could view a video preview of Deuces Wild on The Slotland News channel at YouTube.com/watch?v=TI3x3rdB7yo.





"Since taking its first real money wagers a year ago, five new games have now been added to our original three one-of-a-kind slot machines and video poker games and there have been four six-figure progressive jackpot winners already," said Ondrej Tuma from WinADay.com.


WinADay.com recently celebrated its first birthday and is offering a pair of free contests beginning tomorrow and running until August 20 to celebrate the launch of Deuces Wild. The Deuces Wild Top Spinner Contest will see the player with the second most total bets during over period get 100 percent of their deposits refunded. In addition, the Deuces Wild Triple Luck Contest will see the competitor with the second biggest single spin pay out on the new game get their winnings for that go will be tripled.


WinADay.com's progressive jackpot was just hit last week for $150,000 on its new Vegas Mania slot machine. This followed a $100, 224 jackpot on May 9 on its Wheeler Dealer game while ‘Monica68' took home $148,724 playing the same game online in January. In March, ‘123jaki' won $159,660 on the site's single-payline Slot-O-Matic title, which had only just been launched.


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