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Engellemeyi atlayarak poker yıldızlarını indirin

115 thoughts on “Engellemeyi atlayarak poker yıldızlarını indirin

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:48
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    I recognize youve done the math… I never feel good playing jack high and nearly always seem to lose there. I feel better checking it and waiting and seeing even if it is a slight edge in my favour. Unless its actually JTs

    Ive seen your website. Thats where I learned this. Im just on YouTube as a refresher since I only go to the casino twice a year to play a company tournament.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:49
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    I enjoyed this thank you. Helped me understand the game.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:49
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    Talked to a casino croupier about this new game, and he was like Game has stupid odds. Dont play it. Were friends thats why he told me.

    • 10.09.2021 at 00:51
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      +obiwanfisher537 Well, the guy you talked to has no idea what he is talking about. The odds on the game are by far the best odds for a carnival game, and the odds challenge the odds of blackjack etc. Now, if you play all of the side bets then your odds go down dramatically. Playing optimal, you have a less than 2.5% house advantage (which is incredibly good). If you play the trips then the house has less than 2.5% on your ante, blind, and play bets BUT the house also has about a 3.5% advantage on the trips bet.

      If you play the progressive or millionaire maker then you odds go down even more dramatically. If you want to have a little fun then play the trips and suffer a little worse odds. Do not ever play the progressive or millionaire maker. Those bets are horrible.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:49
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    This video is a joke.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:50
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    Thanks for the tutorial. I like UTH but prefer it as a video option in the casino versus a table game were there is a lot of gabbing going on. Can the casino rig the video version to a preset house advantage regardless of how good a players strategy is? In other words, should the video version of this game be as trustworthy as the table game itself?

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:50
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    Why is this the most uncomfortable video to watch?

    • 10.09.2021 at 00:58
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      😂😂😂

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:09
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      Dude, for real!

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:50
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    Had you bet the trips field…

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:50
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    Love the vids good work does Angela have ig?

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:51
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    When I Check this video out I get a Raise and then Im all in.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:51
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    Mike, I liked this video better than your blackjack guide. However is your strategy and calculations based on a table with 3 or 4 people or just between the dealer and one player?

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:51
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    lol this funny comments you guys

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:52
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    The totally lost blonde chick is like, get me the f**k outta here. This dude is just a creepy local.

    • 10.09.2021 at 00:57
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      Why so negative?

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:53
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    hi guys, must the trips bet be equal to the ante and blind bets??

    • 10.09.2021 at 00:56
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      No. It can be anything you want, subject to the table minimum and maximum.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:00
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      No. There is typically a minimum of $5 and increments of $5 from there up to $300.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:53
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    Dealer said she had a flush. When you had a pair of aces she had a pair of Kings. U didn’t loose.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:53
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    i played this at crown casino melbourne lost about 800 dollars in 45 minutes the dealer kept dealing me nothing or a pair of fives at best this game is a joke

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:21
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      how much were you betting? its best to prepare 100x table min for this game to bank the variance. So If you were playing 10 dollars, its overbetting. usually, Id even bring 300-400 table min to ensure a good session. Ive lost 100 dollars on 5 dollar tables really fast, and have tripled it in 20 hands or so as well, so this game is swingy as hell.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:22
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      Or you ran bad plus you bet like an idiot

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:54
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    I need a cheat sheet! lmaooooooo!!!!

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:54
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    Hes missing a few things that are different; at least at the California Indian casinos. First, the dealer lays out the the five flop, turn and river cards. Then the dealer deals out the two cards to the players then the dealers cards. Of course, all face down. Second. The cards are shuffled by a machine with each slot in the machine holding five cards. I cant prove it, but I believe the machine reads and rigs the cards, for the most part, in the houses favor, but also rigs it for the players just to keep them playing. The secret is to know when to walk away from the table. Whether your up or down. Remember, also, every time someone gets up, leaving a void, or sits down, filling a void, it changes the dynamics of the cards. I always do the best when 3-4 players are at the table. Find your niche and stick with it.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:15
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      I dont disagree. I played heads up against the dealer and they manually shuffled the cards. I won a lot of hands that night. Next night I go to a different casino with a machine shuffle and they always beat my pair or high card by one. It was unexplainable…I thought I was on to something with the manual shuffle. Manual shuffle was from a smaller casino..

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:24
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      Of course those shuffle-masters are rigged. They can read the cards, which have RFID identifiers in them. Then its a simple matter of baiting the sucker until he thinks hes onto a winner, then……BAM – Go home and bring us the rest, Sonny, lol!

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:26
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      To me too, I win more heads up although I know it wont make a damn difference.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:29
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      For some reason, even though I know it makes no rational sense. I also feel like I win more on most table games, blackjack especially. Playing heads up with the dealer. Im pretty sure its just an illusion given the law of big numbers isnt effected in any way by doing so, as far as I know.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:55
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    Terrible advice

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:55
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    Does the dealer need to pair their hole cards to qualify, or does a pair in the community cards count as well?

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:13
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      +Chris Borella A pair in the community is all the dealer needs to qualify. The pair can be as low as deuces….as long as it is a pair.

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:56
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    If you havent raised until the river, you are not considering pockets pairs for the dealer for the 21 out rule. Right?

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:58
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    You are fucking terrible. The blonde chick knows youre terrible. She is coming over later. Thanks

  • 10.09.2021 at 00:59
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    Ive played twice using a similar strategy. The first time I turned $400 into about $3,000. And over the weekend, I turned $200 into $1,000. I wasnt sure when to bet/not bet on the end so the 21-outs on the board is helpful.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:00
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    I wouldnt raise on A because I have got beaten even with pocket A and still got beat by two pair its like the card machine dealer know how to just beat since they know exactly how many players is playing so its not a hard drain at all….the only thing I hate about this game if dealer dont qualify its just even pay out u dont win shit

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:11
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      Yeah its bs. Last time i played fucking dealer was hitting face card pairs the whole time and i had all 9 or lower. I dont trust the auto shufflers. Cant see how theyre being shuffled.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:01
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    I just performed a test of Mikes strategy at his website at wizard of odds. I was playing $25 per hand and I played 50 hands. I won 30 hands and made $787.50
    I cant believe I did so well and I was not even employing the 21 outs rule, I just stuck to the rest of the strategy. My final bankroll could have been a little more
    because there were a couple of hands when I knew I had crap cards after the river and I wanted to fold, but the software said that was the wrong move so I called
    to see what would happen and each time I still lost. Too bad this wasnt real money. Cant wait to hit a casino or two in Lake Charles to try this out.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:01
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    Ill give her the down and dirty

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:01
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    reminds me of pai gow poker

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:02
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    Using this strategy, i have won over $3000 the last two trips to the casino.  I start with the usual $400 dollars and play green chips.  No trips. I do play progressive for a dollar for the first 25 hands.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:16
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      Yeah, I found a quarter on the floor and went home with ten million dollars! Ten million dollars! Of course it was only a dream, but what a dream it was!!

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:24
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      I think you must have gotten really lucky.  I found that $400 bank roll playing $25 minimum is too little.  Losing a max bet hand is $150 so two max bet losses puts you at $100 which is hard to come back from when you can only 2x bet.  

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:02
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    im easily distracted but still managed to learn a few tips

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:02
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    She high or something constantly smiling for no damn reason

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:31
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      Aha ha ha 👀

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:03
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    Good video…Angela ….sweet

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:03
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    This is one of the biggest sucker games out there
    you have to put an anti and a blind bet. If you lose
    you lose both but if you win with less than a straight then
    you only win your anti and push on the blind, so lets say you bet
    $ 25 anti you must put $25 on the blind, your betting $50 to win $25 if
    you lose you lose both.
    unless your hand is a straight or better, to me the blind is a forced side bet
    and all side bets are sucker bets, especially if you have to make it.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:07
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      compared to other games its actually a lot better

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:21
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      But if u hit quad and straight, the blind pay more than the trip payout….in my casino its 100 to 1 on the blind in straight flush….but most casino r 50 to 1…

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:40
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      @Timmy the Poker Warrior – YEAH, and its spelled, ante and youre.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:03
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    What a dork, but the girls hot.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:04
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    Is this the guy the movie 40 year old virgin was made from

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:27
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      dfierros83 He’s fucking Angela

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:04
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    She had many more outs than you listed, when considering the flush. 

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:29
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      Those are combinations of hands, there are 234 two card combinations in a single deck. Outs are when you count a single card that can improve (or in this case beat) your hand. It would be very difficult to account for combinations so he just sticks to outs in his simple strategy. I might count a two card flush or straight possibility as 1 or 2 outs just to play it safe because it does make a difference percentage wise.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:43
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      +BMGipe45 The shuffler is totally random, so it is not set like a slot machine. I believe there is approx 2% or so house advantage if played correctly, which has been the case in my experiences. If I win I win a little…if I lose, I lose a little.

    • 10.09.2021 at 02:07
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      +Richey Robbins Personally I try to avoid these games. Unless Im just out having fun trying my luck at different games, then Ill dabble a little. Its always bothered me, though, that the shuffler spits out each hand at a time, not each card at a time. Seems more like a slot machine to me than a card game.

    • 10.09.2021 at 02:10
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      +BMGipe45 That probably is the case. I do know that I do not factor in flushes unless there are 4 to the flush on the board. I do not factor a straight unless it is 4 to the straight. Otherwise I think the odds are so crazy with having to calculate the dealer with two hole cards that trying to factor those into the situation is too difficult. I love the game though, and the odds work. However, you need to have a decent bankroll in order to cover your cold streaks. If you only bring $100 and get nothing for the first few hands then you are already out before the odds start playing out. I believe starting with at least $300….$200 at minimum is needed for a $5 minimum bet game. $200 is actually pushing it.

    • 10.09.2021 at 02:30
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      +Richey Robbins The only thing I can think of to justify the call is if he is only counting single card outs, any K, any 9, any 8, any 5, any 4, or any A. For the extra hands that beat her (flush, 67, Q 10, QJ, or any pocket pair) Im guessing those dont get counted since it takes both hole cards to matter, not just one. Kind of like when calculating outs for yourself, you dont really factor runner-runner possibilities, only when one card improves you.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:04
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    played the game twice walked out with Profit both times

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:04
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    I dont see the odds better than black jack. If you fold, you lose ante and blind anyway, although your hand still might beat the bank.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:05
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    Now that Ive seen the whole video I can honestly say this is the worst educational video ever. Everyone in this video looks and sounds uncomfortable and uneducated.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:33
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      I hate to say it, but I completely agree. Obviously this guy knows his numbers and how to play the game but his ability to convey this information in a clear or entertaining manner is awful.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:54
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      What casino do you know plays with a single deck stack? Please tell me, because I will rent a plane, ride a river and climb a mountain to get there.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:58
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      I farted during video

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:05
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    WTF? The Dealer didnt even shuffle the cards but put the old ones on the top and dealed the same cards… that is awful ^^

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:06
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    Can I have some chips, Lamone at 1:40…and then she gives him chips without taking any money in return. Now THATS the kind of game Im looking for!!!

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:27
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      you can find them anywhere! They payout what you put in. 500-1 x 0 = 0

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:07
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    17:19 the nut kicker strategy

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:26
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      🤣

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:07
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    The place i go gives the player cards, then 1 burn and the flop, then the final 2 cards then the dealer is dealt their cards.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:07
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    In your 21 out theory you dont take into consideration that there are three hearts on the board? There are 13 hearts in the deck. Her one heart plus three on deck leaves nine. With 9 cards dealt that means one in 5 cards can be a heart. (As demonstrated two diamonds dealt) You are going to raise blind into a three flush? Also a 6-7 beats to a straight. I agree with your strategy, but it could be way safer. Three flush, straight possibility say dont raise! Take the push. I know the odds or two cards to straight are low, but two cards to flush not so low. Why push the button on something when you can and will push or lose very little rather than raise? Now with multiple players you can count cards out, but I am pretty sure this game is not played with one deck… so the whole philosophy goes out the window. 21 out rule with a 2-3 deck stack… forget it.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:07
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    give her the down and dirty… nuff said

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:29
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      ledderwarrior lolol

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:08
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    this dealer doesnt know how to properly burn cards or deal for that matter

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:23
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      +drew duenwald Its a basic how to play video, NOT how to deal video. Although, pretty much all of the acting, dealing, talking to the camera, was pretty terrible. Probably unrehearsed and all done on the first take.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:08
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    The cringe, can’t stand it lol. She’s awkward because of him lmao. She kept nodding even tho she didn’t understand lol. Straight Peanuts 😂😂😂😂

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:08
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    Great video, thanks so much. Have a lot of trouble counting the 21 out though. When I play your simulation I often call when I should bet and bet when I should call. Could you please maybe run through how to do the count on several hands so we can catch on?,

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:08
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    Whos the broad?

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:09
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    I wonder what they paid Angela to do this lol

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:09
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    Really enjoy these videos for content, ease of learning and easy on the eyes with your lovely students & dealer

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:10
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    Dealer had more than 21 outs… you have you include straight, flush, and 2 pair possibilities.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:11
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    Shes a Man-Eater.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:11
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    Thank you for those comments that were constructive. I can take criticism of myself, but will delete anything demeaning about Angela. Regarding the small raise rule about folding with 21 outs, I count only single cards that will beat you as an out. Considering two-card combinations that will beat you is muddying the water too much. I should have mentioned that in the video. The dealer is a real dealer in Vegas, but wasnt trained in Ultimate Texas Hold Em, so I apologize for any procedural errors. Thank you for watching.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:16
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      Hello. Can you help me why in the 21 rule you count the As if the dealer has As 6 the dealer dont qualified why would i count As in this example. I would apreciate the feedback. Thanks

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:44
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      Thank you for clearing that up because the 21 rule had me going crazy for a bit but now that its been clarified, Im feeling much more relaxed. I have seen rules that say you should only make the small raise if you have a pair or better, if the board is paired up and you have the third best kicker, or if the 5 community cards make a straight or better. By the way miss Angela and the dealer are beautiful

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:45
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      I would like to see you do a video on holdem bonus, is that in the works anytime soon?

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:11
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    Follow the Wizards advice and try out the game on a $5 minimum table. Play your $5 ante and blind and not the trips. Then the most you can lose on any given hand is $30 if you bet the maximum. It is good for learning. The 21 rule works, but I found I am betting either the 4x (max) or the 2x well before the 1x decision comes into play. Listen to how he explains things for the different bets and just write it down. Go to the wizardofodds.com website and practice…then go to the casino and have some fun. Also, get a players card so you can accrue comps. Thats where you really make your money….free rooms…free food….etc.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:11
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    Having played hundreds of hours of this game since it came out, I will respectfully disagree with your “trips as a sucker bet”. I’ve won as many as 5 or 6 trips in a 15 minute span, including quads twice in an hour. You want to hate a game? Hit quads or better here without a trips bet. The real money is getting great hands AND having trips money.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:30
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      @MrVaultGuy111 I like turtles

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:54
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      Doing side bets gives more money back to the casino overall when you can just play the game without any side bets. That being said you are already giving money back to the casino by sitting down and playing any game because you are at a disadvantage (obviously). So technically the math says side bets are bad but you are already playing the game to have fun, might as well do the side bet too as long as you do some kind of proportion that acknowledges that the side bet is less likely to win, but can still pay you out.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:13
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    the 21 outs rule is it a hell of a tip! thank u!

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:13
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    wt will be the house edge if u can look at other players hand?

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:39
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      Where i play they dont care if the players show their cards to others.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:59
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      @zandrello count cards to predict Broadway cards! it will work 5% of the time!

    • 10.09.2021 at 02:22
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      @Yik Wai Donald Leung I would guess that being able to see other players hands would not raise your advantage or have a negative affect on the House edge. I say that simply because the cards are shuffled after about every other hand. That being said, you really cant try to predict what you might get. Most casinos use continuous auto-shuffler machines at this table.

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:13
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    um… the dealer has alot more outs than that dummy. She can also have 22, 33, 66, 77, 1010, jj AA added to that also, this guy is slow.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:25
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      She has hearts too

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:14
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    Thanks !

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:14
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    If I were him, I would turn it into Strip Ultimate Texas Holdem.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:41
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      W.J. Kelly he hit it

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:14
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    How much money has the Wizard of odds made in his gambling career?

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:21
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      Not enough for a nose job.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:36
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      LOL

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:53
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      about three fiddy

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:15
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    I have more outs getting Angela to have dinner with me than winning!

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:17
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      you wish! lol

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:15
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    Thanks, Wizard of Odds; please ignore the rude comments.  As a newcomer to this game, I found your video very easy to follow (the game almost seems too easy; but I like the odds of this game over 21).  Im heading to Treasure Island Casino in MN in the morning; no real poker on Tuesdays, so I will have to spend the day playing this game, with a minimum buy in and playing just the basics as you describe, so that I can stay in the game and walk home with out losing too much in a day of enjoying my first experience with Ultimate Texas.  THANKS AGAIN.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:41
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      Rod Vessels

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:15
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    This guy cant help staring at the chick rather than the camera… lol I bet he paid her to be in this video for him the way she keeps that smile up

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:15
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    This clown is a horrible teacher.

    • 10.09.2021 at 01:16
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      Give the guy a break. if you dont like it then watch something else. I think he is great and smart

  • 10.09.2021 at 01:16
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    Would you not make the medium bet on the flop with two over cards, an open ended-straight draw and a three-flush ? e.g. Td9d on a 8d7x2x flop. Instinctively seems like the right play.

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