Thứ Bảy, 28 tháng 2, 2015

Casino War is the easiest card game to play in the casino

Casino War is the easiest card game to play in the casinos. The rules of the game are very simple and easy.
Who ever draws the highest card succeeds.
The aim of Casino War is for a player to have a higher number than the dealer.
Some of the directions to be followed by the player are:
Find a casino that presents War.
Ask how many decks you are playing with.
The majority of Casino War games are played with six decks, and cards come out of an automatic shuffler.
Cards are ranked depending on their poker denomination. Ace is high. The suit of the card does not matter.
Put your bet on the table. Search for a table sign that indicates the minimum and maximum bet.
Obtain your card from the dealer.
The dealer will then deal himself a card. If your card is higher than the dealer’s, you succeed.
If it is lower, you lose.
If the cards are the similar, then you can choose to lose half your bet or face the dealer to “war.”
Double your original bet to go to war.
Online casino games are simple since they are formed to be a bit simple contrasted to the real casino rooms.
So gamble tricky in online casinos

The fundamental rules related with online casinos

First, if you want to enter into online gambling, you must be familiar with the fundamental rules related with online casinos. Here, we have given some common online casino rules to let you know:

1.    Initially, to participate in online gambling, you need to download software offered freely by many online casinos. Also verify the compatibility of your computer with such softwares.
2.    You must register an account with the online casino and pay an initial deposit so to start playing. You have to carefully study the mode of payments.
3.    Before depositing the amount, learn about free casino bonuses or promotions offered by online gambling sites, and get to know the terms and conditions related with such bonuses. You can save some money by way of sign-up bonus, free credit bonus etc.
4.    a. Few online casinos set game rules derived from American system, while others follow the European rules. Hence, make sure to be thorough yourself with the gaming rules, before engaging in any online gambling.
5.    Finally, you must know rules associated with how and when you can withdraw your winnings.
Hence, have it in mind to assess the rules of any online gambling site before you start to play, so that you will not stuck at any point of time!

Thứ Năm, 26 tháng 2, 2015

My thought on whether Online Casino is rigged

Well, it has been a very controversial debate lately, that a lot of online gambler claims that online poker is rigged.

If you are unsure what does rigged means, well it means that it is fixed, so you have lower chance of winning, so the house have the higher probability of ripping off your damnnnn money.

So what is my thought?

Well, I have read various blog such as Bill Rini as well as and i have to say i agree with what they mentioned.

Online poker use a system (i am uncertain about what it is called since i have no idea about algorithm stuffs) that will distribute cards and hands randomly. This system is pretty random, it is similar to live shuffling, of course, shuffling can be tricky sometime while online poker system is more random.

So i personally think that Online Poker is not rigged, there is a lot of element to consider, but they certainly are not fixed.

That is just my personal thought though, what is your?

Febuary Goal Review

On FTP I had a good month. I mostly played SNG but for 9 days straight, I took part in the "Take 2" challenge and reached the required daily points and made $25 in bonuses. As for the Poker Academy, I finished 2 challenges quickly and easily but have been stuck on a third challenge for some time now. Having problems trying to get into the following situation. Open raise with Ax (where x is 9 or lower) with 4-7 players and then fold to someone's 3-bet. At the low level SNG's not many people will 3-bet you unless they have AA or KK, so I've had the hands, but most often my raise just gets called and then I really don't know where I am on the flop. It'll come eventually.

Overall on FTP I had the following numbers for the month:

SNG's: 9.50
Cash: 36.47
Bonus: 25
Rakeback: 8.42
Total: 79.39

On Red Kings, I stopped playing my 100-game challenge as I was finding it too hard to get a game it. There isn't as many players there, so it takes some time to fill up a 10 person SNG. So instead, I started playing $11 Double or Nothing games, and managed to make a small profit ($10.50).

I also started playing on Doyle's Room a bit, mixing cash games with some SNG's and managed to finish a few bucks up for the month.

So overall, I had an OK month.

Thứ Sáu, 20 tháng 2, 2015

Welcome myself to Blogspot!

Hey guys,

I am new here and this is my first blog ever.

I am a computer engineer, have been playing pokers for a few years, roughly 4-5 years.

So this blog will be where my poker's soul come into play, and hopefully can provide you the most insightful advice ever!

Anyway good days guys!