Three Popular Poker Gambling Strategies

Miscellaneous Advice and Comments Always play the maximum coins. I have never seen a machine that didn't offer a bonus on the highest hand for five coins played. If you are uncomfortable playing five coins then drop down to a lower coinage. The cards are chosen at random. There is no switch inside the machine that can make the machine loose or tight. A royal flush can come along at any time with equal probability.

A machine is never ""overdue"" in the sense that it become more likely to hit. Theories such as that a machine will get very tight right before hitting a royal are simply not true. Given no change in strategy a royal is just as likely to be hit right after the last one as a million trials since the last one. Always use a slot club card if there is one, and there usually is. This is free money for playing and can often make the difference in having an edge or not.






Terms: High card: A jack, queen, king, or ace. These cards are retained more often because if paired up they return the original bet.

Example: Suppose you have the following hand. The top three plays are (1) keep the low pair, (2) keep the 4 to a flush, and (3) keep the 2 suited high cards. The 4 to a flush is listed highest and is thus the best play, so discard the 3 of hearts.

A book the size of the yellow pages could be writen about video poker strategy. Due to the numerous different games, different pay tables, and levels of complexity in the strategy it would be a neverending task to try to cover the topic completely. I offer three video poker strategies as follows.

Jacks or better simple strategy (return of 99.46%) Jacks or better intermediate strategy (return of 99.52%) Jacks or better optimal strategy (return of 99.54%) Deuces wild simple strategy (return of 100.71%) Deuces wild optimal strategy (return of 100.77%)

Outside straight: An open ended straight that can be completed at either end, such as the cards 7,8,9,10.

Suited 10 and jack vs. an unsuited jack and king: If there is no flush penalty card then keeping the 10 and jack then that is the better play, otherwise keep the jack and king. E Suited 10 and queen vs. an unsuited queen and ace: If there is no flush penalty card then keeping the 10 and queen then that is the better play, otherwise keep the queen and ace. F Suited 10, king vs. king only: Normally the suited ten and king is better than the king alone, however if you must discard a 9 and a flush penalty card then hold the king only.

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