• Electronic Poker : Playing Tricks

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    Like to wager on electronic poker games? Step into any casino in Atlantic City and one element you will quickly witness is that the betting houses spend a ton of floor space on machines. A lot of that floor space goes to Video Poker. If you have played Video Poker for even a bit of time, you realize that not all games were created the same. As time has gone by, even more "specialty" video poker machines have come into being. At this time, I am going to share a few of my electronic Poker hints, I hope you’ll love them.

    Hint One: Finding a great video poker machine

    Finding a good game is as easy as looking at the payment schedule. You actually want to keep away from unique pay games that have bigger top payouts, but negate the smaller payouts. For instance, a machine could pay a little more on 4 of a kind, but might pay less on two pair, flushes and full houses. Since you will rack up lower scale pay outs often, due to the probability of receiving these hands, you should be looking for a strong smaller scale payout system.

    Trick Two: Betting Tactic

    Learning how to gamble optimally is a must. Your gambling plan will, in the long run, decide your average return and your final bankroll value. Comprehending what action to take in a situation where you have, for example, two Kings, but four to the flush is significant. Do you keep the Kings and the assured money or throw the dice for the harder to get flush? Playing a good game with an excellent technique will give you a great chance to earn money over the long haul.

    Hint Three: It is random

    For a while, I have observed folks gamble on electronic Poker in Atlantic City using all sorts of groundless movements. Most will just use cold credits to gamble, some will hit the buttons with gusto, some will hit the machine with their money before playing and the list keeps on going. Each hand is built by a RNG. The instant you start to play, the hand is set in stone. The machine will at random choose all the cards from a 52-card deck and hand them out.

    Tip 4: There’s no memory

    This is a big one. Many gamblers think that if they begin to observe hands with 3 of a kind, 4 to the royal and so forth that the better hands are about to hit. This is simply incorrect. As clarified in hint 3, the process uses a RNG to build the hands. The system has no memory. It doesn’t know that you haven’t received a full house in four hundred hands or that you just had three, four of a kind hands in sequence. It’s possible to go one hundred thousand hands without a 4 of a kind and it’s very likely to receive ten in a row. The machine does not keep track, because in the long run, the numbers are a wash.

    I hope these tricks have assisted you to blossom as a Video Poker player. Myths on how the game works can be far more dangerous than just wagering wrong. I have observed gamblers spend (and lose) hundreds of dollars on a game just because they thought the machine had a memory and was "ready" to hit. Don’t fall into traps like this. Understand that electronic Poker is random and has to be wagered on properly. Now, go experience some fun.

     November 8th, 2009  Tyrell   No comments

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