how to flip your hole cards and guess what happens

With our Low Pairs there are 16,215 possible outcomes. Most of it will yield nothing. Some will give us Journeys and some will give us Two Pairs. When we add up the total payout and divide by 16,215, we get about 0.82, which is higher even than a 4-Straight Card with three High Cards. So, the proper play is Low Pairs.

A very similar hand is the Low Pair hand which is also a 4-Card Flush. However, a Flush pays 6 instead of 4 and there are nine cards that complete the Flush. We thus have a potential payout of 54, which when divided by 47 gives us an expected value of 1.1-plus. So, in this case we are playing 4-Card Flush! visit BAMBUQQ

There’s no guessing or staring at the screen trying to figure out which card will come up next. The simple reality is that the next card is completely random.

Unlike blackjack, there is no potential for any type of counting. Thus, the Expert Player will use the math to guide him to play the hand the right way.

Now, obviously under any circumstances, you may find you are better off playing it some other way. You decide to hit that 16 just to get 10 and bust. The dealer flips his hole card and it is 6 and he has 13 and will be damaged if you don’t hit. This doesn’t make it your fault. Nothing in our strategy tells us it will always be a better game – it’s just that it will be a better game in the long run.