Big 2 (Deuces or Pusoy dos) is one of the most popular poker games, especially in east Asia or south Asia. The detailed Big 2 rule can be found at Wikipedia:
With this Big 2 poker game, you can play not only with AI but also other nearby players, such as your family members, friends or classmates etc. (This Big 2 game must be installed on their devices, otherwise, you cannot play with nearby players).
When playing this Big 2 poker game with nearby players, one can play with from zero to three other nearby players (AI will play some roles when the total number of players is less than 4). A video, which shows how to play with nearby player with this Big 2 poker game, can be found at Youtube:
Currently this Big 2 poker game supports two kind of Big 2 rules:
1. TaiWan rule. In this rule, the following card combinations are valid:
c. Straight < Full House < Four Of A Kind < Straight Flush, when compare Straight or Straight Flush, A-2-3-4-5 is the smallest and 2-3-4-5-6 is the biggest, plus it doesn't allow you put Full House when the current play is Straight, but Four Of A Kind and Straight Flush are still allowed.
d. Dragon (13 cards, 3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K-A-2). Dragon is the biggest card combinations, you may put it whatever the current play is.
2. A generic Big 2 rule, the following card combinations are valid:
c. Straight < Flush < Full House < Four Of A Kind < Straight Flush, when compare Straight, Flush and Straight Flush, A2345 > 23456 > .. > 34567, plus you may put Full House when the current play is Straight or Flush.
d. Dragon. it is the biggest card combinations, and you may put it whatever the current play is.
Others variations, such as suit order, who will play first can be configured in this Big 2 game.
While playing with nearby players, the rule in a room is defined by the room creator (his/her local options), all other players are using this room owner's rule.
This Big 2 game employs the following score rules:
1. Initially, each player has 1000 points.
2. When a game is ended (one player has no any card left), each remained card is calculated as 10 points, therefore if you have 7 cards left, you will lost 70 points; but if number of remain cards is greater than or equal to 10, then the total lost points is doubled, if the total number of remain cards is 13, then the total lost points is tripped, plus if you have a Two left in your hand, your total lost points will be doubled again, if you have two 2s left in your hand, your lost score will be quadrupled. Total lost points from three players will be credited to the winner.