Bob Dancer enlightens us about how you can learn the right lessons when playing video poker: “Experience can be a great teacher.”
Video Poker: My mentor (Bob Dancer, unbeknownst to him) made a comment on one of my articles, that I should put myself in a position to bump up to dollars..
Sharp Angles Can Cut You One casino was offering a Card of the Day (COD) promotion, where players hitting a
“Dear Mr. Dancer: I am not a greedy player. Unfortunately, neither am I lucky. I start out each session playing for nickels. If I get ahead $20, I quit for the day. If I get behind, I switch to dimes. If that still goes bad, I try quarters, and then eventually half-dollars, dollars, and then a maximum of $2…”
So let’s say your score has been in a freefall for twenty minutes straight. Is this a sign the machine is “cold” or “bad” or something? Not at all.
Will Things Break Even In Video Poker? I was reading a column by Mike Caro in a poker magazine several years ago where he argued that in live poker, things will not break even over the course of a year or even a lifetime.
How Does It Make You Feel? Assume you start with 100 credits on your favorite machine. Over the next twenty
Who Would Have Better Results? Also read part 1 of this article “Why Don’t Straight Flushes Pay More?“ I’ve asked
Why Don’t Straight Flushes Pay More? Straight flushes, which consist of five consecutive cards in the same suit, are
Continuing our conversation from Part I, Skilled or lucky, blackjack players are frequently barred from playing. This happens less often