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28.11.2018., srijeda

Video Poker Myths

If you are not already aware that there are many myths that surround all gambling games, well, you are now. Video poker is no exception to this. Below, we have provided you with the more commonly known or asked about myths involved with video poker, and the real truth behind them. By reading through this section you will also get a better feel for the game whether you plan to gamble online or at a casino in Las Vegas, or whether you are betting a nickel or much more.

Myth: The machines are set to a specific payback, so the way you actually play does not matter one way or the other.

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Fact: This excuse for not learning how to be a winner can only come from a player that is rather non ambitious. If you think about it this way, you might as well not play poker at a table either since the cards are shuffled. Skill is a large factor when playing video poker, just like it is playing at a table. Good games can only happen because the majority of players give up about 2% of the potential payback by not learning a pin-pointed strategy.

Myth: You can't possibly beat the games, because they are random.

Fact: "Random and "beatable" do not mean the same thing and are not the same word. Let's say you were banking a craps game with trusted dice. The outcome of each event would be random, but the house edge would convince you that you would be a winner in the long run. You will find that some video poker games will give you the same chance to bet on the winning side of the game.

Myth: You should always look for a machine that hasn't hit recently. It should be due.

Fact: Just like slot machines. These machines do not have a memory they are random. You have probably heard that a royal flush occurs about once every 40,000 plays. That doesn't mean that a machine can be "due" to hit. No matter how recently or how long its been it has been since a machine has paid a jackpot, the random number generator used to shuffle the deck has no memory. Yes, any machine can run hot or cold for short periods of time, but there is no way to effectively tell when such a streak will take place.

Myth: If you want to bet a total of 25 cents, play five coins on a nickel machine rather than one coin on a quarter machine.

Fact: If the two machines have the same payoff rate, that is good advice. You will often find though, that you will be confronted with full-pay quarter machines and only a short-pay nickel machines. You will give up around 1.5 % of the long term pay back by playing only one coin (because you will not qualify for the royal flush jackpot) , but a short-pay off rate is most often more costly. If you are going to play anyway, it's more advantageous for you to play 1 quarter on a full-pay machine than 5 nickels on a short-pay machine. No matter what, video poker is most always better than the reel slots, however, it is best for you to always play five coins on a full-pay game.

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22.08.2018., srijeda

A Slot Glossary for Players

You're probably not going to encounter many of the terms from this glossary when you play online slot machines, but it's always good to have an understanding of the history of any casino game.

This term refers to the total amount of money bet in a session or period of time. For example, you might say that you have $200 of action ahead of you before you start to play.

Bonus Game
This is an opportunity to win additional money from a slot machine, usually in a game format that doesn't have anything to do with spinning reels.

Buy-A-Feature and Buy-A-Pay
Both of these terms refer to slot machines that include bonus features or pay tables that only kick in when you're making the maximum bet.

In a casino, this term refers to a cluster of four or more slot machines. Superstitious gamblers often have preferences as to the placement of the cluster they're going to play at.

This is the term used most frequently instead of "coins" in both brick and mortar and online casinos. You're awarded a credit for each coin amount you place into a machine and you're also rewarded credits back when you win. For instance, if you're playing a quarter slot and insert $1, you have four credits with which to play.

This term only applies to "live" slot machines as it refers to the bag of coins that are used to fill up an empty slot machine's hopper.

Hit Frequency
This is the frequency of a slot machine's wins and jackpots versus the number of times that it is played. Neophytes often believe that casinos set machines with a greater hit frequency near pathways through the casino floor, but this has never been proven. A machine with a high hit frequency is also known as a "hot" or "loose" machine. The opposite would be a "tight" machine.

This is, of course, the most popular term related to slot machines – it’s the highest payout on a machine. Some people misuse the term to mean any payout.

Max Bet
This is the maximum number of credits you can play in a spin. This depends greatly on the machine that you're playing and the number of paylines available. A traditional 3-reel mechanical slot machine will only let you bet one credit at a time. A 30-payline machine will let you play up to 30 credits.

This is the line by which a winning combination is determined. This varies from machine to machine with some offering up to 50 different ways for players to win on a spin. On some video slot machines, there is a "scatter pay" payline, in which certain symbols don't have to be connected in any fashion in order to count as a win, as long as they appear.

Reels are the rotating narrow barrels on which the slot machine's symbols appear. These are more and more simulated than real now thanks to the prevalence of video slots.

Take/Pay Cycle
This is a term applied by people playing a certain sort of strategy based on the payout percentage of a given machine. For instance, if it pays out 10% of the time, then it'd have a 9/1 take/pay cycle.

This refers to the ratio of the size of payouts versus the frequency of jackpots in a slot machine. This, along with the "take/pay cycle" and "hit frequency" is the cornerstone of many slot machin

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