Video poker Strategy

Electronic Poker : Wagering Tips

by Sergio on Oct.26, 2009, under Video Poker

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Love to play electronic poker machines? Step into any betting house in Vegas and 1 element you will immediately realize is that the casinos spend a ton of layout space on machines. Much of that floor space goes to electronic Poker. If you have gambled on Video Poker for even a bit of time, you know that not all games were created equal. As the years have gone by, more and more "unique" video poker games have come into being. At present, I am going to share a few of my electronic Poker hints, I belief you will enjoy them.

Trick One: Identifying a great machine

Locating a great game is as simple as looking at the payment schedule. You really want to keep away from specialty pay machines that have bigger top pay outs, but minimize the lower pay outs. e.g., a machine could pay a bit more on four of a kind, but might pay a lot less on 2 pair, flushes and full houses. Since you will rack up smaller scale payouts often, mainly because of the probability of acquiring these hands, you want a great smaller scale payout system.

Hint 2: Wagering Technique

Discovering how to play properly is a must. Your betting strategy will, in the end, determine your average return and your final bank roll amount. Knowing what to do in a situation where you have, for example, 2 Kings, but four to the flush is essential. Do you keep the Kings and the assured cash or roll the dice for the harder to get flush? Playing a great machine with an excellent tactic will offer you an amazing chance to earn cash over the long haul.

Tip Three: It’s random

For years, I have observed individuals wager on Video Poker in Vegas employing all sorts of bizarre movements. Most will just use cold tokens to bet, some will push the buttons with gusto, some will hit the game with their money prior to gambling and the list goes on and on. Each hand is setup by a random number generator. The moment you begin to gamble, the hand is set in rock. The game will at random select all the cards from a deck and hand them out.

Tip 4: There’s Absolutely no memory

This is a big one. A number players figure that if they begin to see hands with three of a kind, four to the royal and so forth that the bigger hands are about to hit. This is just incorrect. As explained in tip 3, the system uses a random number generator to create the hands. The system has no memory. It does not have knowledge that you haven’t received a full house in four hundred hands or that you just received 3, 4 of a kind hands in sequence. It is conceivable you could go 100,000 hands and not receive a 4 of a kind and it’s very likely to get ten in sequence. The game does not track, because in the end, the numbers are a wash.

I hope these pointers have assisted you to blossom as a Video Poker player. Misunderstandings on how the game works can be a whole lot more deadly than simply wagering wrong. I’ve observed people spend (and lose) thousands of dollars on a game just because they thought the game had a memory and was "set" to hit. Don’t become trapped like this. Understand that electronic Poker is just luck and must be bet on carefully. Now, go experience some fun.

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