You’ve heard the expression, “The operation was a success but the patient died.” What does it mean? Could it relate to the concept of: “Gamble Perfectly But Still Lose?”
video poker strategy
It’s getting harder to find full pay video poker in Las Vegas, but until the costs outweigh the benefits, I will continue to play. I cannot provide a comprehensive list of the best video poker in Las Vegas, as I did with Atlantic City. Fortunately, I have been going to Las Vegas for many years and know about most of the low denomination (25c or below) opportunities.
Scott Roeben, founder of the Vital Vegas blog and podcast, asked me some questions about video poker strategy, during my interview at the live broadcast of Vegas Confessions Podcast in November. He followed up by interviewing me for the Vital Vegas Podcast and we spoke off the record about his quest to hit his first Royal Flush.
I have been on a quest to find the highest returning video poker for 14 years now, so I thought I’d make a list of the best video poker in Atlantic City.
This post is NOT to tell you what to do, but instead to consider the reasons and possibilities. Playing video poker and video poker pay tables there are many things to consider if you want to give yourself the best chances to win. Let’s look at the big picture.
Learn Video Poker | Generally, video poker has better long term theoretical odds than slots but you have to learn how to play it. You must find and play only machines with the best pay tables and learn the strategies well enough to get close to realizing the best odds you can find.
In casinos, their basic program is that the players lose. I don’t like that program. Going along with that program isn’t a way to come out ahead. So I regularly look for exceptions and sometimes find them. And when I do find them, and I think the exceptions are to my benefit,
If you are a Video Poker Player, the Truth is…
That you should learn to play Jacks or Better perfectly and stick with it unless you have a really good reason to play something else.
Last year I read Michael Craig’s “The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King,” which was about a banker from
Video poker coaching isn’t just about odds and techniques, but also about the person who’s playing. Everyone has their own style, games & knowledge..