An extra card usually included in a deck of playing cards, having the same design as the others on the back, but on the face having a picture of a jester. It is not included in the deck used in most games, but in certain games may be included and then takes on a special value, such as the highest-valued card, or a wild card.
A joker is an additional card in the deck that is used in some games. The jokers aren't often used in serious poker, but when it is it's usually considered a wild card.
A 53rd card in the deck, distinct from the others, used as a wild card or as a Bug.
A fifty-third card added to the deck that serves as a wild card.
card included in most standard card decks, which generally has no value, except if it is used as wild cards. Joker's have no real standard look to them, but will usually say "joker" on them. See Figure 9. Joker's were wild in the game, and gave Moe a 5 of a kind: A joker and 4 Aces. Figure 9: Joker King Keno Keno Crayon Keno Race Keno Runners Large Loose Low Card Max Coin Multi-Line Video Slots Multipliers Odd Pair
Wild card in Pai Gow Poker and some Video Poker variations.
This is a bonus card when included in the game of 21. If a player comes across this card in bonus games, it equals an automatic 21.
The wild card, used for aces, straights and flushes in high draw poker and the lowest unmatched rank in lowball.
A card typically printed with a court jester image. Jokers come in either black or red -- the red joker is usually represented by the Jack of diamonds. Jokers are used to represent a missing card of the given color in a meld.
a wild card that can be used as any card the player wishes, (generally not used in mulitplayer games online)
The fifty-third card in a deck, serving as a wild card.
(Also, Wild Card) A card that can be labelled whatever suit and rank the possessor wishes to.
The joker is a â€œpartially wild cardâ€ in high draw poker and ace-to-five lowball. In high, it is used for aces, straights, and flushes. In lowball, the joker is the lowest unmatched rank in a hand.
An extra card that can be used as a completely or partly wild card or have other special functions.
A card that can be labeled whatever suit and rank ye want to give it.
A wild card used in high- and low-ball games.
The joker is used as a cut card.
This is a card that usually plays as a wild card. Jokers are not used in the poker rooms but sometimes in private home games. If a deck has a Joker in it, there will now be 53 cards in the deck instead of 52.
this is the card that serves as a wild card. It can be used to complete a flush, straight or straight flush. If it can not be used to complete one of these hands, then it becomes an Ace automatically.
The 53rd card in a deck, sometimes used as a wild card.
Some games use the joker as a wild card. Kk
(AKA Wild Card). The 53rd card in a deck. The Joker can be called whatever suit and rank the holder wants it to be.
An extra card in the deck that is designated as a wild card. See wild card.
The 53rd card added to a deck (See Bug).
The fifty-third card in the deck, used as a wild card or a bug.
The Joker is a special card found in most modern decks of playing cards, or a Mahjong tile in some Mahjong game sets.
In the Wild Cards universe, a Joker is a person that was infected by the Wild Card virus and got one or more deformities and/or crippling physical conditions as a result. The mutations can be slight (like Father Squid's nose, which turned into a mass of tentacles) or grotesque (like Snotman, who exudes a foul-smelling secretion through every pore of his body). Some alterations that would be classified as a Joker are only obvious if one was aware of the infected individual's original appearance (such as Gimli, who appeared to simply be a dwarf, but was in fact mutated into that form by the virus, or Succubus, who appeared to be an elderly woman, whose physical aging had been accelerated by her mutation).