Raking It In With Video Poker

November 22nd, 2017

Raking It In With Video Poker

 

By: Jay Bauder

 

Raking it in at Video Poker

Fact, of all the hands dealt only 21% are winning hands. The rest, which is 79%, are losers. The difference between a winner and a loser is what he does with 79% of the hands dealt so that it becomes a winner.
To increase the chance of making money at video poker is to understand, embrace and promise loyalty to these video poker tips.

Find a machine that pays 9 for a full house win and six for a flush win.

If you want to play on a progressive machine that pays 8 for a full house win and 5 for a flush win, be sure that the nickel machine pays a jackpot of $250 or better, the quarter machine pays $2,500 or better or $10,000 on a dollar video poker machine
To collect on the royal flush bonus for a progressive machine, be sure to bet the maximum number of coins

Play on the machine with the lowest denomination if you are a new player. Wait until you get better before playing on the higher domination video poker.

Use slot card to get credit for playing, if the casino offers one. First ask the point equivalent for each dollar played. Then learn what those earned points are worth.

Take time to read every hand you get. Remember you’re not playing against another person, it will not intimidate you for playing too slowly.

Players don’t recognize that the jack is the most important card in the deck, not the Ace. A Jack gives you a lot more lucrative hands than an ace.

The variety of video poker you can play is almost endless, but all have their own payables that need specific strategies. The best way to start learning is to limit your choices to two.

Improve your game by playing on a computer or a portable video poker game. If you train this way, you get to test your skills with zero risk.

Here are playing tips:

1. Don’t ever hold a kicker with your pair. This reduces your payoff by 5%

2. Don’t draw four cards, if you can get a royal flush drawing three.

3. Always stay on a winning five-card hand except when drawing a royal flush with one card.

4. Never break a flush to draw a straight flush even with one draw.

5. Always break your flush to draw a royal flush.

6. Don’t break your straight to draw for a straight flush.

7. Don’t draw five, if you’re holding Jacks or better.

8. Never leave a ten on a four card draw.

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Quick and Easy Tips for Blackjack

November 22nd, 2017

Quick and Easy Tips for Blackjack

By: Tim Jeffries

If you’re still at an exploratory stage when it comes to gambling – whether you play online yet or not – we suggest that you stay away from the more difficult games first and stick to easy games such as blackjack.

Games such as poker are classified as difficult because players will initially have a hard time winning since there are just so many rules and strategies to study before you can start raking in big chips. On the other hand, gambling games such as poker are classified as easy because the rules are straightforward and trouble-free.

What We Have to Say about Blackjack

Although are quick and easy tips for blackjack can not certainly guarantee victory and winnings, by following them, you’ll certainly be able to avoid committing errors that newcomers to gambling are prone to commit and at least lessen the amount you might lose while playing.

Blackjack Tip #1: 21 is the Number of the Game

In real life, people dial 911 to ask for help. In blackjack, 21 is the number that you definitely should pray for. In fact, the term “blackjack” means hitting a black jack (but a red one would do nicely as well) and an ace – because these two cards are equivalent to 21.

For argument’s sake, let’s say you don’t have good luck and you get cards other than those two. Hence, it’s essential that you remember the value system when it comes to playing blackjack. Face cards such as jack, queen and king are equivalent to 10. The ace however can either be computed as either 11 (that’s why a black jack and an ace can be counted as twenty-one, or for that matter a king and an ace as well) or 1 (if you have one nine and two aces, for example).

Blackjack Tip #2: Betting for Your Cards or His?

Before you can play a round of blackjack, you’ll be asked by the dealer to signify just how much you’re betting first.
Now, let’s say that you feel you have a good pair of cards in your hands. In that case, you’re allowed to double down or double your bet. You are also allowed only to hit or draw just one more card if you want to improve your hand even more.

On the other hand, let’s say that your first two cards are two of each kind or a pair (Five and Five). In this case, the game allows you to split the cards into two hands and play them separately just as long as you place an equal bet for both hands. If you draw a pair of aces, you’re once again only allowed to hit one more card.

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