In the idiom of Ventura Boulevard, he'd hit 'em with the whole deck, deuces wild.
He laid down two aces and two deuces, which under the cutthroat rule of “deuces wild” he was privileged to call four aces.
This sort of game with “the roof off and deuces wild,” was not good for the morale of his junior officers, mused the major.
They're a pair all right, and they'd make a great hand if you was playin' deuces wild.
A team's situation with two men out, two strikes on the batter, and two men on base
[1980s+ Baseball; fr the dealer's call in poker that all deuces may be valued as any other card]