• Video Poker : Gambling Tricks

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    Love to bet on electronic poker games? Step into any betting house in Atlantic City and one item you will quickly observe is that the betting houses spend a lot of floor space on machines. A lot of that layout goes to electronic Poker. If you have gambled on electronic Poker for any amount of time, you realize that not all video poker machines were created the same. As time has gone by, even more "specialty" electronic poker games have come into being. Today, I am going to share a couple of my Video Poker tricks, I belief you will love them.

    Tip One: Finding a great machine

    Finding a good machine is as easy as observing the pay out schedule. You really want to keep away from unique pay games that have larger top payouts, but minimize the smaller payouts. For instance, a machine could pay a little more on four of a kind, but will pay less on two pair, flushes and full houses. Since you will rack up smaller scale pay outs often, mainly because of the chance of receiving these hands, you should be looking for a strong smaller scale pay out system.

    Pointer Two: Betting strategy

    Figuring out how to gamble competently is a must. Your gambling procedure will, ultimately, decide your average return and your finishing bank roll value. Knowing what action to take in a situation where you have, for instance, 2 Kings, but four to the flush is essential. Do you keep the Kings and the guaranteed money or toss the dice for the difficult to hit flush? Competing on a great machine with an excellent strategy will offer you an excellent opportunity to win cash over the long run.

    Pointer Three: It’s random

    Through out the years, I have watched people gamble on Video Poker in Sin City relying on all sorts of bizarre actions. Many will only use cold coins to gamble, other will push the buttons with gusto, some will hit the game with their money before betting and the list just keeps going. Every hand is setup by a random number generator (RNG). The instant you begin to play, the hand is set in rock. The game will randomly select all the cards from a deck and deal them out.

    Pointer 4: There’s Absolutely no memory

    This is a very important one. Many individuals believe that if they start to observe hands with three of a kind, four to the royal and so forth that the better hands are due any moment. This is simply incorrect. As explained in hint three, the process uses a random number generator to setup the hands. The game has absolutely no recollection. It does not know that you haven’t had a full house in four hundred hands or that you’ve just received three, four of a kind hands in sequence. It is conceivable you could go one hundred thousand hands without a 4 of a kind and it’s possible to receive 10 in sequence. The game doesn’t keep track, because in the long run, the numbers work out.

    I hope these tricks have helped you grow as an electronic Poker player. Misunderstandings on how the game works can be a whole lot more deadly than merely betting wrong. I have observed people spend (and lose) a multitude of dollars on a machine just because they believed the machine had a memory and was "bound" to hit. Don’t fall into traps like this. Be aware that Video Poker is random and has to be bet on properly. Now, go have some fun.

     October 31st, 2007  Sonny   No comments

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