Quick Rules With Screenshots
|Play live video poker against other people!|
|Each turn, you're playing 7 hands at once--so the rewards can be great, but so can the losses. A win on one hand can be canceled out by a loss on another hand. At the end of the game, you keep the GV Rewards you won. Be the game's top scorer to win DOUBLE the GV Rewards! (What are GV Rewards?)|
|Draw the special Jackpot Card to win the GV Rewards Jackpot prize! This can happen at any time, on any hand.|
Quick-Draw Poker® Official Rules
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How to Enter and Play
To enter the Promotion, log on to Gamesville at http://www.gamesville.com and follow the directions set forth in the registration area. You will be asked to provide your name, address, email address, and date of birth and other information. Once you have completed the online registration process, you can play any Gamesville Game. After you have registered as a Gamesville Member, to play any Gamesville Game visit http://www.gamesville.com, sign-in and click on your selection.
In Quick-Draw Poker, winning the prize and winning the game are two different things.
To win the game, you need to have the most GV Rewards accumulated, coming out of the final turn. For having more GV Rewards than anyone else playing, you receive a special 2x multiplier.
For example, if you have 1,000 GV Rewards on your final turn and are #1 on the high score list for that game, you'll walk away with 2,000 GV Rewards!
To win the prize, you need to draw the special Jackpot card. This can happen at any time, on any turn.
Your odds of winning the prize are not diminished if you enter the game after it has already started because the GV Reward Jackpot prize is not dependent on your score. To win the prize, you need to draw the special Jackpot card. This can happen at any time, on any turn.
Magic 21, Quick-Draw Poker, Gold 21, and other games may behave quirkily if your Zoom or magnification settings are set above 100% in Internet Explorer or other browsers. Fortunately, this is easy to fix.
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