Outs

Outs is a free poker puzzle game. It's easy to play & extremely challenging! Without knowing the final card, fill up the board to make the best possible poker hands across & down at the same time. See how well you've done when the final cards are revealed! Supports bragging! Easily share hi-scores with friends. Like the game? Leave us a snazzy review! :D Feeling social? Hit us up! ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ https://instagram.com/OutsApp https://facebook.com/OutsApp https://twitter.com/OutsApp

Outs is a free poker puzzle game for iOS. It's easy to play & extremely challenging! Outs is available for free from the App Store for both iPhone and iPad devices. #GetOuts

Outs App Store Download

Outs is a free poker puzzle game for Apple iOS (iPhone and iPad). You can download Outs for free for iPhone and iPad from the Apple App Store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id1042150281?mt=8

Outs — A free poker puzzle game for iOS

Outs is a free poker puzzle game — easy to play & extremely challenging. Get it now for iPhone & iPad with iOS 7.0!

Outs Free iPhone iPad App

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Outs

is a

free poker puzzle game

. It's easy to play & extremely challenging!

The goal is to make the best possible 5

card poker hands

like with

five card draw

in both directions without knowing the value of the 5th card — kind of like poker solitaire with a fun twist!

Poker (not just for the iPhone Game)

Outs is similar to poker where you try to make the best 5 card hands without knowing the river card. Outs is available for iOS only, for free from the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad.

iPhone / iPad Poker Outs Puzzle Game App Gameplay:

You're dealt 16 cards.

Fill up the board by placing your cards in the open spaces. Try to make the best poker hand (or potential hand), in both directions (horizontally & vertically) at the same time; keeping in mind you don't know the final card.

Poker Puzzle iPhone App

Once you've placed all your cards, see how well you've done when the final cards are revealed!

iPhone / iPad Outs Poker Puzzle Game Bonuses

iPhone / iPad Game Bonuses are awarded based on the number of similar hands you make in a single game> (e.g. two Full Houses), with extra bonuses for making those hands with the final 5th card.

Easily share your hi-scores with friends

and dance at their frustration!

Using your iPhone or iPad

you can download Outs form the Apple App Store to play the game.

Playing the Poker puzzle Game — Outs!

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iPhone / iPad Outs Poker Puzzle Game hands

Royal flush

Like a Straight flush but with all the face cards, Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten.

Straight flush

A straight flush is a hand that contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit, such as (a hand that meets the requirements of both a straight and a flush). Two such hands are compared by their card that is ranked highest. Aces can play high or low in straights and straight flushes: a 5-high straight flush, also known as a "steel wheel".

Four of a kind (Quads)

Four of a kind, also known as quads, is a poker hand that contains all four cards of one rank and any other (unmatched) card. Quads with higher-ranking cards defeat lower-ranking ones.

Full House

A full house, also known as a full boat, is a hand that contains three matching cards of one rank and two matching cards of another rank. Between two full houses, the one with the higher-ranking three cards in their hand wins.

Flush

A flush is a poker hand where all five cards are of the same suit, but not in sequence. Two flushes are compared as if they were high card hands; the highest-ranking card of each is compared to determine the winner. If both hands have the same highest card, then the second highest-ranking card is compared, and so on until a difference is found.

Straight

A straight is a poker hand that contains five cards of sequential rank in at least two different suits. Two straights are ranked by comparing the highest card of each. Two straights with the same high card are of equal value, suits are not used to separate them.

Three of a kind (Trips)

Three of a kind, also called trips or a set, is a poker hand that contains three cards of the same rank, plus two cards which are not of this rank nor the same as each other. In Texas hold 'em and other flop games, three of a kind is called "a set" usually when it is composed of a pocket pair and one card of matching rank on the board; It is called "trips" usually when it is made by one card that player has in the hole with two matching cards on the board.

Two pair

A poker hand that contains two cards of the same rank, plus two cards of another rank (that match each other but not the first pair), plus any card not of either rank, is called two pair. To rank two hands both containing two pair, the higher-ranking pair of each is first compared, and the higher pair wins . If both hands have the same top pair, then the second pair of each is compared. If both hands have the same two pairs, the kicker determines the winner.

Two pair

A poker hand that contains two cards of the same rank, plus two cards of another rank (that match each other but not the first pair), plus any card not of either rank, is called two pair. To rank two hands both containing two pair, the higher-ranking pair of each is first compared, and the higher pair wins . If both hands have the same top pair, then the second pair of each is compared. If both hands have the same two pairs, the kicker determines the winner.

One pair

One pair is a poker hand that contains two cards of one rank, plus three cards which are not of this rank nor the same as each other. Higher-ranking pairs defeat lower-ranking pairs; if two hands have the same pair, the non-paired cards (the kickers) are compared in descending order to determine the winner.