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Enjoy A Free Game On The House
The House of Video Poker - where knowledge and skill can bring big rewards for the video poker player with the right bankroll, and a good strategy along with a burning desire are sure to be a long-term winner.

VIDEO POKER WAGERING - What to wager where!

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When it comes to determining your bankroll for Video Poker wagering, most people are confused about where to start. The first question is usually, how many coins do I play? While most Video Poker books and websites will say 'always play full coins', that may be flawed logic.

Let's look at why they say that first of all. You'll notice on the pay-schedule for any standard machine that the payoff for a royal flush is disproportionately higher for full coin play than for non-full coin play. This is reason enough to pump in the extra cash. It would really be too bad to hit a royal flush on one coin, and get paid piddly. That's a depressing moment, and is enough to convince most people to always play with full coins.

Since many Video Poker machines are negative expectation though, there is another logical way of looking at things. Since, chances are, you wont hit a royal in any given session, you'll be losing money at a slow rate. So when you play with one coin, over an hour, you'll have more money left in your bankroll than if you were playing 5 coins. So if you're only playing for an hour, it's better to play with one coin. If you're playing for an extended play, and expect you'll run across a royal, you better play with full coins. Video Poker wagering is a little tricky that way, but no more than other games really.

Bankroll management is vital in any area of wagering, not just Video Poker. It's important to set a bankroll ahead of time and to stick with it. Working within the volatility of the machine you're on, you have to have a large enough bankroll to weather how low you may have to drop before hitting a big hand. Machines with a lower level of volatility wont move your bankroll up and down as fast or as much.

Setting win and loss limits is another smart strategy for your Video Poker wagering techniques. It may sound normal to set a loss limit (knowing when to walk away), but what's the point in setting a win limit? Most experts agree that you've done well for yourself if you increase your bankroll by 20%. This means that hitting one good hand, even if not a royal, may have made your session well worth it, and it would be in your best interests to walk away then, and not lose what you've just gained.

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