the Advanced Player;Insurance in Gambling?;How to Play Slots;How to Play
Roulette;How to Play Video Poker;How to Play Baccarat;How to Play Craps;Hacking
Tips;Gambling Tip #1: Know thy Casino!
- Play for the sake of playing, that way you'll always
come out a winner. Enjoy!
- Never make decisions based on how much money you have
already won or lost.
- Block out outside factors. Always make a decision based
on sound principles. Long shots do sometimes come in but they are long shots for
- Never be afraid to fold or stop. Better to lose a little
than a lot.
- Have a number in mind which will see you stop gambling
when you reach it.
- Have a game plan and strategy in mind when you sit down
- Try to stay focused and calm. Small hiccups do happen
but let them stay as that.
- Do your gambling homework: Know that game rules change
from casino to casino and find out which rules the casino you're playing in is
- Think you've learned a tried and tested betting system?
Don't be fooled - you haven't. Betting systems have never and will never work.
- Don't get angry if you lose! Set a losing limit so you
never lose huge and consider the lost cash the price you paid for a day of
pleasure and entertainment.
- Everyone is a beginner at some point. Don't be afraid to
ask the dealer questions or advice.
- Those with the best luck usually know the games really
well! Nobody starts off as a professional but make sure you know a game's basic
rules before you start betting.
- Friends don't let friends drink and gamble! There's a
reason why casinos give out free booze, you need a clear head to win the games.
So the more you drink, the more the casino wins!
- Be aware of advertisements. Many casinos promote
themselves with 'Our Slots pay 97% payback.' Most of these great payback slots
can be found in back out of the way areas. The slots at the front and center
don't usually pay that high so find out if you're playing at the machines you
want to be.
- Remember that beginner's luck is just that â€“ luck.
Beginner's luck won't last forever so make sure you know the game strategy and
knowledge to fall back on when the first run of luck stops.
- Be nice and polite to the other gamblers. You won't be
alone at a casino and what you do will influence the other players' gambling
pleasure. Rude gestures at dealers, swearing at slot machines, being crude to
cocktail waitresses are just a few examples of inappropriate casino behavior.
Etiquette â€“ it's not just for table manners anymore.
- Even if you're not a superstitious gambler, you should
keep in mind that keeping good casino karma is important. Don't forget to tip!
For the Advanced Player
A bit of the gameâ€™s terminology so that
you can feel more comfortable at the table
To hit means to take
another card from the dealer
If you want to stay with your card
value and match that against the dealerâ€™s, you opt to stand.
Doubling your wager and taking exactly one more card and
standing is whatâ€™s called doubling down.
On the condition that you were dealt two cards with the
same value, you have the option of splitting. This means
that you double your wager and have each card be the first card in a new hand.
A surrender, where the player forfeits
half the bet and gives up the hand, is no longer available at most casinos.
Of the dealerâ€™s initial hand of two cards, the one that
is turned down and concealed from the rest of the players is the hole
Another name for the two-card hand of 21 (â€œblackjackâ€)
is a natural.
Both player and dealer showing the same
hand value at the end of play is called a push, and in such a
case neither one wins the hand.
hand is one in which the player's ace card can be given an 11 value without
going over 21. It is always possible to draw another card on a soft hand
Insurance in Gambling?
Yes, even in gambling there is the
opportunity of purchasing insurance. This, as would be expected in
gambling, carries with it a risk just as well. Taking insurance is
possible when the dealerâ€™s top card shows an Ace. An insurance bet can
be in the sum of up to half of the playerâ€™s original bet and must be placed
before the dealer checks his hole card. So, what is it? Placing this
type of bet (in addition to your original bet) means that you are expecting the
dealerâ€™s hole card to be a 10-value card (10, Jack, Queen, or King).
Insurance also plays a part in "card counting" (see next section), where a
player believes he has a better chance to correctly predict a 10.
How to Play Slots
By far, slots are the easiest casino
games to learn and win at. It's no wonder that they are popular throughout
the world. There are literally thousands of versions, styles, and themes of
slot machines across the globe and even online, on the world wide web.
Despite the enormous variety, the main objective of every slot machine game
is to beat the machine and win money by receiving a winning combination of
cards, symbols or whatever objects that particular game is using. Almost all
slots games have their different winning combinations posted on the machine
Before you begin playing casino slots, find out if the casino
where you are has a player card program. For every game of slots you play,
once you are a member of the players' club, you will receive comp points,
which can be redeemed for various gifts from the casino. Casinos give away
everything from discounts on meals to free hotel rooms for the weekend. The
gifts and amounts vary from casino to casino and also depend on how much you
Once youâ€™ve completed this preliminary check up, playing the
game couldnâ€™t be any simpler. Since slots is truly a game that your
fortune lies on a payout mechanism inside the machine, all thatâ€™s left for
you to do is to pull the lever, watch those drums spin, and try to get into
the therapeutic flow that so many others experience once selecting their
How to Play Roulette
Roulette is one of the simplest casino games to learn. It's fun, easy to
learn, and has great payouts so its no wonder that roulette is one of the
most popular games around the globe. It is important to remember, though,
that there are two different versions of the game so make sure you know
which version you are playing at a casino because the odds and payouts will
A lot of noise around the casinoâ€™s roulette table. Be
it from the spinning wheel and the bouncing ball inside of it, hopping in
and out of the playersâ€™ temporary fortunes before finding a brief rest in
one of the wheelâ€™s pockets, or from the eyes of the spectatorsâ€™ eyes
moving back and forth, tennis-style, between the flying chips and the real â€˜wheel
As mentioned already, Roulette has gone global and crossed continents.
What do we mean by that? The game knows no international conflict and
has adopted styles of play from both American and European influences.
The roulette wheel (the same one used in so many metaphors) has the same
number and classification of pockets on it as those on the table. In
the European version there are pockets for numbers 1 through 37 (that is, 37
possibilities). The American version includes the double zero (00) to
make it 38 possible selections for the player.
The setting may look like a messy pool table with a wheel that doesnâ€™t
belong to the scene, but the game is in fact simple and enjoyable.
Bear with the initial feeling of disorder and the experience will prove to
be quite exciting. Begin by observing that the colored numbers (be it
37 or 38 of them) on the table correspond to those on the wheel. This
wheel will be in motion for the majority of the game and it is where most of
the drama takes place. When the wheel is spun, an ivory ball is thrown
against its direction and the crowd waits to see in which pocket it will
fall and by that declare a win. Until the croupier (or dealer)
declares "no more bets", anyone and everyone is welcomed to place their bets
on the table in whichever quantity and/or method (see next section) they
choose and speculate the ballâ€™s final destination. The winners
will be those who correctly predicted the ballâ€™s landings through specific
parameters (number, color, odd/even) and will be paid according to the odds
within which they placed their bets. All other chips will be swept
away to make room on the table for the next spin of the wheel.
How to Play Video Poker
Video poker machines made their entrance
into the casinos around the 1970's and their popularity has been increasing
ever since. Today, video poker is the most popular form of slot machine
gambling and new versions of video poker machines are being created every
year. The basic objective of all the machines remains the same, though.
To win at video poker, a player must simply beat the machine with a winning
hand. First, choose your poker game. Decide the amount of coins you want to
enter into the machine; almost all video poker machines are coin operated
devices. You are permitted to bet between one and five coins.
The height of the winnings will be in accordance to the amount you decided
to wager. The machine will show the amount of credits you have
entered. Most serious gamblers recommend always playing the maximum
amount of credits. The height of the winnings will be in accordance to the
wager you opted to place.
Once you choose your betting limit, the
machine will deal you five cards. You will have the option of saving or
getting rid of certain cards. Keeping the good cards and get rid of the bad
ones is the best strategy for video poker. Most machines will show the hand
rankings but, generally, the order- from highest to lowest, is as follows;
royal flush, five of a kind, straight flush, four of a kind, full house,
flush, straight, three of a kind, two pair, and, lastly, one pair. This
order may vary slightly between games.
How to Play Baccarat
Considered the simplest of all casino
table games, baccarat is very similar in game play to its casino neighbor
blackjack. There are three different versions of baccarat. The most commonly
played, today, is punt blanco, otherwise known as North American Baccarat.
Mini-baccarat, the most popular version at casinos around the world
currently, is a form of punto blanco. It has actually become difficult to
find casinos that offer regular versions of baccarat today, at almost all
casinos around the world the only version offered is mini-baccarat.
The main difference between baccarat and mini-baccarat is the minimum
betting limit. At casinos that offer regular baccarat the minimum betting
limit normally starts at $100 or even more, whereas the minimum betting at
mini-baccarat normally begins around $5. The rules and the low house edge
remain exactly the same, however. The game play is also significantly faster
The main objective in baccarat is to have a hand as
close to 9 as possible. Players must first choose the amount that they wish
to bet on that hand and then select which betting option they would like to
wager on. A player has three different possible betting options; player,
dealer or tie.
A player selection bet is a wager that the player will
have the higher hand, a dealer selection bet is a wager that the dealer will
have a higher hand, and a tie is a wager that the dealer and player will
have a tie â€“ equal â€“ hand value
How to Play Craps
The apparently complex table and the vast
amount of betting options can be scary for craps beginners. Luckily, the
table layout and betting options may appear scary but are actually quite
simple to learn. Fundamentally, craps is a game of rounds. There are just
two rounds in every game. The first round is called the Come Out round, the
second is called the Point round.
The hardest task for beginning
craps players to learn is not the rules, but mainly the terms surrounding
the game. The most intimidating factor after getting up the nerve to
approach the loud, boisterous craps tables is the fact the players seem to
be speaking some type of foreign language â€“ there are so many unusual
words being thrown around. This makes it important for players to learn
'craps slang' after learning the rules so you'll be able to understand, and
even speak, the craps lingo.
In the two different craps rounds, there
is only one basic bet.
The main objective in the Come Out round is
for the shooter â€“ the person throwing the dice â€“ to roll a 7 or an 11.
These numbers are an automatic win the first round of the game. If the
shooter rolls a 2, 3, or a 12 then that roll is an automatic loss. The
numbers 2, 3, and 12 are called craps. If any other number is rolled in the
first round â€“ 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 â€“ it will become the Point and the
game will progress to the second round.
Hacking Online Poker
HACKING IN THE PAST
Hacking Online Poker is largely a myth.
There is only one ever recorded case of it happening. . This specific case
involves taking advantage of a flaw in a random number generation code. This has
been fixed by specific verification of their RNG's (random number generator).
HACKING DOESN'T HAPPEN
Hacking just cannot happen -- at least not
from the outside. Why? Well any semi-legitimate online poker company employs
128bit encryption. Such as digital certificates from companies like
THAWTE. The value of these certificates is that
the client side program (say partypoker client) connects on a secure level to
their server - therefore it is encrypted on your computer and decrypted on the
server side. Making it nearly impossible to hack, the server that is.
HACKING THE CLIENT
Hacking the client is something that
happens quite frequently.
For instance, you can open your poker
c:\program files\poker client\images\
and you could open all those images and
modify them. The new images would appear on your client only.
Example: modify table.jpg
to add a pot odds chart instead of blank table felt.
Another way to hack the client is to
"Hex-Edit" it. Goto
Download.com search for the programs by the
name of "Hex Edit" and download one. Then use this program to
open the client example "pokerclient.exe" . And you can view alot of information
programmed into the client.
For the most part this is just an
interesting way to look at how the program runs. However, in the past its been
used to modify a couple interesting things such as registering banned
names on that poker client. Such as "POKERCLIENT SUPPORT" or "ASSHOLEPLAYER" ,
Old Method, New Target
Phishing is one of the oldest known
methods of scamming people on the Internet. However, it is relatively new to
Phishing attacks use 'spoofed' e-mails and fraudulent websites designed to fool
recipients into divulging personal financial data such as credit card numbers,
account usernames and passwords, social security numbers, etc. By hijacking the
trusted brands of well-known banks, online retailers and credit card companies,
phishers are able to convince up to 5% of recipients
to respond to them. (from
Bearing On Online Poker
Recently people have been victim to this
form of fraud with their online poker accounts. What happens is that they get an
e-mail that looks like this :
Subject: IMPORTANT Need
Regarding your recent cash-out. PartyPoker
needs to verify your account information. If you do not fill out this required
information you will not get a cash-out. Click here immediately.
Party Poker Support
Phishing is particularly
vulnerable to online poker because its legal grey area.
Its Not An Illusion
Collusion is the most widely known method
of online poker cheating.
Collusion is the co-operation of two or more players at the same table to better
their odds at winning.
They could collude through telephones,
instant messaging, etc. There are virtually an unlimited amount of colluding
Newest Method Of Cheating
Self-Collusion also referred to as the
"Boiler Room" method. and find out exactly how Self-Collusion is accomplished.
Self-Collusion: Involves setting up a
number of computers in the same room and running all of them yourself. By doing
so, in theory, you could run a poker room where everyone in that room is
colluding, except for one or two people. Who stand no chance.
Money Making Machines
No we don't mean Poker Playing Robots:
A Pokerbot is a utility that you set up to
play online poker and win 1+ pots an hour. In order to profit without you doing
Programs such as WinHoldEm, in our 3rd
Party Program sectioncan achieve this. However, are banned in many poker rooms.
But, on the other hand - where there is a
will there is a way. These people continually find new ways to dupe the poker
rooms. And PokerBots continue to exist, successfully.
Poker Tips and Poker Articles
When to Check-Raise in a Sit and Go Tournament
The check-raise is a strong move that should be
used sparingly. It can be used as a bluffing device, as a semi-bluffing
device, and as a defending strategy for a great hand. The first way in which
the check-raise can be used is as a bluffing tool. To set up the bluff the
check-raise can be used during the preflop, the flop, the turn, at the
river, or at a combination of these game events. If a player doesnâ€™t have
a strong opening hand, but they do have the advantage of a late position and
most of the early position players have folded or checked to them and there
are no more than three players remaining in the round, the player can use a
check-raise to start their bluff. A check-raise under these circumstances
will almost always force the other players in the hand to fold, unless they
too are trying to bluff their opponents.
If the check-raise is called or raised at the flop,
and the player feels that their opponents are also trying to bluff in this
hand, they may want to again make a check-raise bet instead of backing off
or folding. If their opponent(s) still donâ€™t back down, then the player
will need to decide if the amount of
poker chips they have
already added to the pot are all ready too much for them to wager, or if
they feel that they have enough
chips to see their
bluff through until the showdown. If they decide to go as far as they need
to defend their hand, they will want to maintain their aggressiveness to the
end, when wither their opponents fold out of the hand or they meet their
fate at the showdown.
Another way the check-raise can be used is as a
semi-bluff tool. The semi-bluff check-raise can occur at the preflop to
intimidate their opponents into folding out of the hand, or it can be
applied to the flop thereby allowing the other players to add chips to the
pot during the preflop. The benefit of using the check-raise for a
semi-bluff is that if the semi-bluff makes it to the showdown, there is
still a chance that the hand will be able to win the hand on its own merits.
The final way that the check-raise can be used
is to defend a killer hand. The check-raise is a very strong and aggressive
bet that should be used sparingly. However, if there is a hand that is worth
defending, the check-raise is a great way to intimidate weaker players, and
to entice aggressive players into adding more chips to the pot. This
strategy will help a player to minimize their losses and it will help them
to maximize their wins. By learning all of the above semi-bluffing skills
and strategies a poker player will be able to perform better is a sit and go
tournament, and they will be able to improve their overall poker playing
To quote the great Doyle Brunson â€œPoker
without the check raise is like football without the forward passâ€.
Play Slots Like A Pro
the machine before you start playing Slots. First and foremost you should know
the basic rules of the game. Do inquire about the how many reels, lines, money,
and jackpot are offered on a particular machine. Make sure that you check the
payable of the machine before choosing. Sometimes it also happens that you get
machines with low jackpots, but that can spit out loads of cash.
Enjoy every moment as long as you are spinning
along with the reels in your Slot World. The magic signs will appear; no one
knows when but there is always a next time. Although like most of the casino
games, Slots too donâ€™t have any specific gaming strategy for players. Itâ€™s
all about luck, luck, and Luck! Keep your fingers crossed and wait till Lady
Luck is generous on you and you emerge the next Jackpot winner.
If you are not frequent player or a new face
to this machine, try not to punish yourself by sitting in front of slots for
hours. The most important thing about being at a casino is to enjoy every moment
of your gaming session. In case you are worried that the moment you leave your
place, it will be grabbed by other players, donâ€™t worry there is other place
and next time also. Or you can reserve your place by placing an empty coin
bucket in the machines tray.
Donâ€™t trust this game to make you
millionaire on any next spin of the reels. Itâ€™s only a game of chance and
smart Random Number or Symbol Generator software inside that machine. Try
something more skillful such as Video Poker once you gain some confidence or you
feel like changing to some other game.
The most important thing you should remember
is to keep a track of your gambling amount on slots. Always budget the money you
wish to spend on one gaming session. Once you are done with your quota of amount
for that day, quit the game no matter how the luck is favoring you. Take
advantage of all Slot clubs. They offer brilliant comp points and many special
Another mistake to avoid while playing Slots
in casinos is that players sometimes leave the machine with some of their
winnings still in it. Always remember to press the CASH OUT button to release
all your coins left in the machine. Make sure that you donâ€™t forget to collect
your coins there.
Gambling Tip #1: Know thy
Do the background check before you start gambling online.
Once you make up your mind to gamble online, always do a thorough inquiry into
the casino you are going to wager your hard-earned money. You can start by
checking the content, presentation, and features of casino site to know if they
are really serious in their business or not. Also you can check the casino
software authenticity, payout percentages, sign-up bonus, and casino license.
You can also find about fair or rogue casinos through online casino forums and
other casino sites. Last but not least you can mail the casino to know how
prompt they reply or call you back.
Gambling Tip #2: Learn the tricks
of the trade!
Gambling requires more skill than luck. It's a proven
fact that the player who knows the tricks of the trade can turn odds in his
favor. It is always advisable to learn and play for fun first than to head start
for casino games with money. Read a lot about expert views and basic tips and
techniques to learn the game in depth. Then you can jump into the bandwagon of
virtual gambling world to extract more than you pay.
Gambling Tip #3: Drinking and
Gambling do not mix!
Casinos like to offer you free drinks. This is
the first bet they offer to steal you off from your senses. Of course they do it
along with free money as sign up bonus to lure you into playing more and more.
There is no doubt that drinking obliterates your rational thinking pattern and
at the same time misleads your judgment and thinking process. Trust our first
advice: Don't drink and play at the same time in online or land-based casinos.
Remember this magic mantra: drinking and gambling don't mix.
Gambling Tip #4: Money Matters!
Always remember to set a limit on money how much you are going to bet for the
gambling session. Once you become online to any casinos or step out of the door
of your house to casino, set a target or budget your money discreetly to be
wagered for the timeframe. Calculate the amount you are supposed to bet on games
and stick to it no matter you win or lose. It is always the last hand at
gambling parlors. That last hand never comes unless you lose all your money.
Manage your bankroll prudently and always remember to save the money you win.
Never fall a prey to re-bet on your winning amount. Remember that any amount
left over from where you started wagering is a net win and try to save it.
Gambling Tip #5: Caution is thy
Patience and caution while gambling is the word one
should always remember while gambling online. Don't let your emotion overtake
caution. The very worst thing that can happen to a novice gambler is to win too
big too fast. Once you are on a winning spree, pack your things and leave the
MARTINGALE ROULETTE SYSTEM
The Martingale Roulette System dates back about
300 years, according to my research. It is simply a progression system for
even-money bets and is used in casinos, in some form or another, every day of
the year all over the world. The Martingale betting system is a progression
chain. You have to decide, according to your bankroll, how long that chain is
going to be. Most casino players limit the Martingale Roulette progression chain
to eight bets. Letâ€™s take a look at what those eight bets would look like if
you were a $1 player.
Bet Number One
Bet Number Two
Bet Number Three
Bet Number Four
Bet Number Five
Bet Number Six
Bet Number Seven
Bet Number Eight
As you can see from the chart, your total bankroll would
need to be at least $255 for the session to run this Martingale chain. If you
were a $5 bettor, you would need $1,275 to run the Martingale Roulette
If your even-money bet hits anywhere from the first bet
to the eighth, you win one unit. In the table above, you would win $1. The first
question that pops into one's mind is why in the world would someone bet $128 to
win $1. The answer for most Martingale players is that the probability of losing
nine times in a row is somewhat minimal and therefore, you are not just winning
$1, you are winning back all of your money.
Just how safe is the Martingale system? Well, no
system is safe in Roulette, but let's look at the probability of you losing with
an eight step Martingale Roulette system approach. It's important to remember
there are two kinds of Roulette (American and European). As you will see in the
chart below, the European version of Roulette is better for using the Martingale
European Version |
Probability of winning even-money bet.
Probability of losing even-money bet.
A. Probability of losing 9 consecutive bets.
B. Loss probability in number of spins
1 in 320 spins
1 in 400 spins |
The European version of Roulette is approximately, all
things being equal, 20% safer than the American version of Roulette. The
probability of losing nine consecutive even money bets exists all the time, but
over the long run, it should happen about as often as stated in point (B) in the
table. If you are going to use the Martingale system for Roulette, you should
limit your playing sessions. Remember, the ONE in (B) can happen at any point
during those spins.
However, if you were able to achieve the mathematical
accuracy represented here, the Martingale system would prove to be a profitable
one, even on the American version of Roulette. Out of 320 spins, 311 would be
winners (9 lost). For the $1 bettor, this would be a intake of $311. The
Martingale chain, with eight steps, costs $255. Therefore, you would end up with
$56 per spin cycle ($311-$255).
If you are tight with money and scared of losing it, the
Martingale system for Roulette is not for you. Martingale players would be wise
to have amble bankroll to sustain losses and to limit playing time. Knowing that
your ultimate expectancy per cycle is $55, for the $1 bettor, it would be wise
to leave the table once you have a portion of that in hand to start with.
Roulette System for the Patient Player
This Roulette system is very easy for anyone to do and is
pretty short to example. As usual, this Roulette system will play of the
probability of action. We are only looking at even-money bets on the Roulette
table, so that includes: odd and even, red and black and high and low. You could
expand it out to the dozens and columns if desired, but that would require more
modification than what will be presented. For this system, we are going to use a
modified progression chain and it will contain four steps. Below is a chart that
shows the steps for a $1 and $5 bettor.
$5 Bettor |
Bet Number One
Bet Number Two
Bet Number Three
Bet Number Four
According to this betting pattern, the $1 bettor will
need at least $27 for the progression chain and the $5 bettor will need $135.
You will probably notice that this progression system is not a typical double up
chain. The $1 bettor has four profit levels: $1, $2, $3, $5. The $5 bettor has
four profit levels: $5, $10, $15, $25. Therefore, the deeper you get into the
chain, the more profit you will have when you bet hits.
In the event that your chain gets busted, you do not
continue on with bet five, six and so on. If you wish to continue, simply start
over at bet number one again. Since the last bet would have been a consecutive
loser, you will get right back on the horse and bet the same wager for the next
spin. Here's a table that shows how you would play five consecutive ODD losses.
Bet Number One
Lost $1 |
Bet Number Two
Lost $3 |
Bet Number Three
Lost $7 |
Bet Number Four
Lost $16 (busted) |
Bet Number Five
Started Chain Again. |
While you might be tempted to at least double up for bet
number five, it's not advised. Ok, let's talk about the system.
Each even-money bet has a 47.3% probability to show up on
any spin in American Roulette and 48.6% in European Roulette. This equates to a
52.7% and a 51.4% probability of losing respectively.
The probability of losing four times consecutively, if
you place the same bet, is 7.7% (American) and 6.9% (European). This is when the
system starts. You will monitor the following outcomes: Odd and Even, Red and
Black and High and Low. Once one of those comes up a certain way for four
consecutive times, you bet the opposite. Pretty simple right?
On your first bet, you have a running winning probability
of 96% (American) and 96.5% (European). Why? Well, the probability of an
even-money bet winning five consecutive times is only 4% (American) and 3.5%
(European). By waiting for four consecutive winners, you have dramatically
increased your probability of winning.
However, because you have to wait for four consecutive
winners, it can take a little time to reach that point. You are watching three
separate bets and this will speed up the wait time. If you are on a fast table,
or online, the wait time will be minimal.
That's all there is to the system. To give you an
example, I am going to print out a quick listing of numbers from actual Roulette
At this point, I can see that evens have come out four
times in a row. Therefore, I now place my ODD bet. Next roll is: 9 red (winner).
Spins after winner: 5,20,21,7,24,11,14,1,5
At this point, I can see that LOW (1-18) has come out
four consecutive times. I now place my bet on HIGH (19-36). The next roll is 12
RED. This means I need to step up to progression bet number two and bet black,
because Reds have come out four consecutive times.
Next Roll: 10 Black (winner for Red/Black line). Loser on
HIGH bet, so going to bet number three.
Next Roll: 11 Black. Loser on HIGH bet, so going to
fourth and final bet.
Next Roll: 27 Red. Winner!
In the span of a handful of rolls, I have won three bets.
Two came on the first roll. If I was a $5 player, I would be up $35.
Next time you are in a casino, look at the Roulette board
(if they have one) and see how you would have done.
Most of our slot tips apply to both online
slots and actual slot machines at your local casino. Above all our main advice
is playing slots should be fun.
Play slots that have high payouts
or big jackpots. Online slots generally have higher payouts than live
casinos due to less overhead costs.
Check the payout schedule.
You need to know what winning combinations of symbols you are aiming to get and
adjust your playing strategy accordingly.
The slot is not due a
payout just because you have put alot of money in it. Don't let this be
a reason to stay at one particular slot. You should really leave this slot, ifs
a particular game type you enjoy playing see if the casino has another one. It
will be more fun if its paying out.
Don't leave a hot slot that
is paying out alot or has just paid a big jackpot. Keep playing, its
likely it will keep paying out.
Play in your financial comfort
zone. Don't play at the dollar bet machines if you only have a few
dollars. Your money will last alot longer at the nickel and quarter games.
Start your session with a set amount of money you are happy to lose. If
you lose all of this then stop playing if its money you can't afford to lose or
if losing more will cause you a feeling of regret.
When you are on a
winning streak bet more. Increase stakes and maximise winnings. If you
are on a losing streak bet less and keep losing streaks to a minimum.
Always bet the maximum amount of coins when playing. You don't want to
hit the jackpot and not win the maximum because you didn't bet all coins. You
would always be thinking what might have been if a winning $100,00 combination
jackpot shows and you only win $1000 because you were betting only 1 coin at a
time. If the maximum wager is to high, look for a different slot with max bet in
your comfort zone.
Always read what the minimum number of coins
needed to play is.
Don't play slots you don't understand.
You won't be getting full value from your bets and no doubt you won't be egtting
full amount of fun from the game if its confusing you and you don't know what
you should be doing. Theres plenty more so find another one.
If you are
playing regularly at a particular casino find out if they have a slots
club. You could be entitled to comps or gifts based on how often you
At a live casino never play
two slot machines at the same time, 2 loose
machines are never played side by side. So what you win at one you are very
likely to be losing in the other.
Related to the above tip, never
play next to someone who is winning alot, for the very same reason 2
loose machines are never played side by side.
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Secret #2: Never buy insurance.
Secret #3: Always hit on 12,13,14,15 and 16 when dealer has 10, jack,
queen, king and ace.
Secret #4: Never split a pair of tens or jacks or kings or queens.
Secret #5: Always double-down on 9, 10 and eleven unless dealer has
the same as you or better. Always!
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