Poker Solitaire Game
How to Play
Poker Solitaire is played on a five by five board. The deck of cards is shuffled, and you draw one card from the deck at a time and place it anywhere on the board by mouse clicking on that spot. Your goal is to make each column, row, and diagonal row form the best possible poker hand.
Because there are no other players, the game will be scored. The script will calculate the score for each column, row, and diagonal on the board, and combine them for a total score. Points are awarded for poker hands, with more difficult (and less likely) combinations scoring higher:
. Pair—1 point (Two cards of the same number and different suits)
. Two pair—2 points (Two pairs)
. Three of a kind—3 points (Three cards of the same number)
. Straight—4 points (Five cards in numeric sequence)
. Flush—5 points (Five cards of the same suit)
. Full house—8 points (One pair plus three of a kind)
. Four of a kind—25 points (All four cards of the same number)
. Straight flush—50 points (Five cards of the same suit, in sequence)
. Royal flush—250 points (10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace of the same suit)
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