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Casino Tips – Casino Gambling Strategy Tips

Playing casino is really an attractive opportunity for a lot of people to make money. However, gambling in the casino comes with its own risks. You need to develop a good strategy in order to win a casino game. Check out these amazing gambling tips that can help you win really big prizes and take home a jackpot at Poker Online Indonesia slots.

Focus On The Game –

a very simple, yet often neglected thing that a lot of people suffer form, is that they lose their focus. Gambling in the game of presence of mind and clever wit. You cannot get distracted while playing. It can lead to huge losses and you will lose the game. Keep your eyes on the prize till the end.

Choose Reputed Sites –

when you want to play a game at a casino site, you must always choose the most reputed and reliable ones. There are lot of shady websites on the net which try to dupe the people who bet their money on their slots. That is why, you must trust no one else, but the reputed websites.

Set Yourself a Loss Limit –

you must never get carried away while gambling at a casino. Always set a loss limit in order to mitigate the amount of loss that you can bear. Once you set the limit, your mind understands that this is the maximum of a loss you can actually take.

Manage Your Bankroll –

do not lose all your money by betting high on the table and have nothing else to make a comeback with. Try to make smaller bets and patiently take your time to build up your Bankroll at the casino.

Here are the best tips that you must follow in order to earn more at a casino gambling game.

What Are The Styles Of Playing Poker And Mastering In It?

Online poker games are one of the biggest platforms where you can play and earn money. There are lots of applications where you can easily show your mark by playing poker games online. There are millions of players from all around the globe who play this game and earn good cash money. You can also do the same by going through a certified website for playing poker games online. Pkv Online has different-different rules and regulations. If you are interested in playing these games, then it is important for you to know all the tricks before playing. 

If you want to become master within a short period of time by playing poker games online, then consider all the information which is listed on the lower section such as:

  1. The very basic tips for you to consider are the right platform for playing online poker games. You can play them either on your phone or laptop. It totally depends on you, and now, the next thing is that to choose a certified website. 
  2. There are lots of websites as well as applications through which one can easily play these games for a longer time. All you need to go through the right websites, which are certifies. You can choose any application for playing these games.
  3. The most important thing one needs to consider is that knowing all the rules and regulations before playing the game. For this, go through the section where you will find the rules so that it becomes clear for you to play the game. 

All the crucial information is listed in the above section, through which you can easily learn the styles of playing poker and mastering in it. May the above-listed information will become beneficial for you. 

Poker Online: Where Can You Play These Games?

Playing poker online is one of the most exciting things which have been seen among players. They found it as the best way to overcome boredom because you can play these games as long as you have a good internet connection. There are several websites as well as applications where you can easily found online poker games. You can also play games according to your choice as well as interest because there are multiple options for you to consider. It becomes easy for an individual to play these games just by sitting at home or in any other place. You don’t have to move out of your house or visit any casino. Just by sitting at home, one can easily play these games.

You can visit any gambling website, and here you will find hundreds of games. If you are a beginner, then it is important for you to go through wisely. As a reason, there are some websites that are not legalized. So when you are visiting any gambling website for playing games, then make sure that you visit a legalized and trustworthy website.

We all know that playing Pkv Games has its own websites such as you can earn money through it as well as play it with your friends and family too. Now, in the lower section, I am going to represent some information that will become beneficial for you to play poker games online.

  • Party poker
  • Ladbrokes coral
  • Tiger gaming poker
  • PokerStars
  • 888 Poker
  • 30$Bonus

The above listed are some of the platforms where one can easily play games like poker online. It becomes easy for you to go through these websites because here you will get players from all around the world. May the above-listed information will become beneficial for you. 

Miles City, Montana at Night

Miles City, Montana has a lot of night life to offer for a town of approximately 8000 or so. You can get a bite to eat at some nice restaurants or grab some fast food. There are numerous places to gamble the night away and some quiet dark places you can relax to toss back a couple of cool ones. There is a book store that stays open at night for coffee, music and readings. Baseball games, hockey, college basketball, and high school football are as entertaining here as they are anywhere.

Each year in the month of May Miles City puts on the world famous Bucking Horse Sale. There are parades and pie eating contests. Real cowboys buck broncos and Bulls for rodeo officials who come here to buy good rodeo stock. Horse racing and night dances with live bands also liven up the city during this sale. Meanwhile, there are also those who prefer to play poker online on their phones. Well, those are the introverts who want to keep their fun to themselves. Many people from all over the country come here for this fun filled weekend that has become a tradition in a town that has plenty of tradition.

Miles City Books and News is a book store that has plenty of character. It is owned and operated by the mayor. It is a nice place to browse through the latest tomes, meet people, and at night have some coffee and listen to live local musicians and writers. At this book store you can order magazines, newspapers or books they don’t have on hand. It is truly a unique place.

Some casinos offer fine eating alongside their gaming machines. The Stagecoach Station is one such place. Family dining is offered on one side of the restaurant while on the other a classy casino holds some fun gaming machines and a fine bar. Others casinos include Lucky Lil’s, Golden Spur Sports Bar  amp; Casino and at least four others that are just as fun and friendly.

The Montana Bar is a beautiful and historic place with a relaxed comfortable atmosphere. It is the perfect place to meet a friend for a drink and a popular place for visitors to congregate. There’s also the Rangeriders Casino Bar on Main street. There are several more watering holes that are also fine establishments. It is said that in small towns the number of bars is equal to the number of churches. This is somewhat close to the truth in Miles City, which keeps things pretty well balanced.

For those of you who enjoy a good movie there is The Montana Theater also located on Main street. This place has an aura of good times past yet also has all the modern comfort of brand new theaters. The Montana theater always has a varied list of movies available to offer the old and young, families and singles.

Some small towns are accused of rolling up the sidewalks at sundown. Not so with Miles City. There is always something entertaining to do there at night.

Halloween Horror Nights’ Lady Luck is a Gamble

Scare-seekers and Halloween enthusiasts alike may feel let down by this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 21 at Universal Studios Orlando. Known for unique themes, fearsome “scareactors”, and elaborate scenery, sets, and costumes, Halloween Horror Nights’ eight houses and six Scare Zones failed to pack the fear factor punch.

This year’s theme of The House Always Wins and the title character of Lady Luck seemed to give off a definite femme fatale vibe and attraction and was even more alluring when my husband pointed out that the many billboards of Lady Luck bore an uncanny resemblance to myself, but what started out as child-like excitement over our annual trip to Halloween Horror Nights, soon turned to disappointment as the night wore on…and on…and on. This was a very similar feeling to what I had when playing poker online.

Our adventure began with dropping off our eight month old son at Grandma and Grandpa’s for the night in Daytona Beach, and then we were off in our Kia Sorento, reminiscing on all the previous HHN adventures we had taken. However, after what should’ve been a forty-five minute drive west on I-4 turned into two hours in rush-hour traffic, four car accidents, and an electric thunderstorm, we arrived at the overpriced parking garage boiling with cabin fever. We were a bit put-off when we discovered that the parking would cost us fifteen dollars and not the three dollars after six o’clock as advertised on the park’s website. Apparently, the increased after-hours rate was reserved especially for the extra special patrons of HHN.

Nonetheless, we shook off our frustration (happy to be out of the car), met up with our friends who were already inside waiting on us, and tried to recapture our initial exuberance for the evening. It was short-lived.

Scare Zones-Not so scary!

To say that the first two Scare Zones we encountered were lackluster is a compliment. They were not scary at all. Normally, we enjoy passing through the Scare Zones multiple times throughout the night, but we found little interest in wasting our time repeating our walkthroughs. The first of the six Scare Zones we passed through was titled “7” for the seven evil temptresses parading about. Parade they did, scare they did not. It was like the evil alter-egos of the Desperate Housewives had come to life, except I have seen scarier on the television. The Grown Evil Scare Zone reminded me of walking through an evil forest in a Disney story.

We were confused and dismayed to realize that the title character, or spokescharacter, Lady Luck, did not have her own house, as is customary at HHN, nor was she omnipresent throughout the evening. Rather, she was hidden down a side street in a small Scare Zone at the back of the park, and I get that the alleyways and scenery is probably what leant to her particular locale, but it was as if Lady Luck had been an after-thought, instead of the headliner.

The Acid Assault Scare Zone put on a pretty good show of special effects and scare-tactics. We were especially impressed by the crumbling buildings effect.

Houses of Horror?

We thought surely that the first two houses we went through, The Forsaken and The In-Between, would be the redeemers of the sub-par Scare Zones. They were not. The Forsaken, wherein a recreation of a Spanish fort-the fort in St. Augustine we presume-has been taken over by the “mutinous undead crew of Columbus'” lost fourth ship, wowed us with its scenery and likeness to the Castillo de San Marcos but left us scared-less. However, being a native Floridian and one who lives a half-hour from St. Augustine, I did appreciate the nod to Florida history.

The In-Between renewed our faith in HHN, albeit briefly. Our first tip that this house might be exciting? The 3-D glasses we were handed as we entered. In addition, to the black-lit, “trippy”, senses-altering 3-D effects, the scareactors had the ability to scare. Finally! My husband, for whom Halloween is his Christmas and whom most haunted houses have a hard time impressing let alone scaring-he started out many moons ago as a scareactor at HHN…once upon a time-yelled several times, “This is awesome!” I had to agree, The In-Between house hit the mark.

Alas, the exuberance for the night was short-lived, and the experience went downhill from there.

When we exited The In-Between house, we were greeted with pouring rain, lightning, and standing water. Not just any standing water, though, standing water that was approaching calf-high, and since there was only one sidewalk leading us out to the rest of the park, we had to wade through the water. The storm we had driven through on I-4 had found us again! My husband, being the chivalrous gentleman that he is, told me, “hop on!” so that my already soaking shoes, socks, and jean legs wouldn’t get worse. Too late-prune-like toes and blistery feet prevailed! I was amazed that this was the only path out of that house and that I actually heard a park attendant telling guests, “You have to cross through it. It’s only a few steps, and then you’ll be across. Come on, you can do it!” Definitely not something you hear every day at a theme park.

While we hunkered down in the Barney stage show arena for over an hour waiting on the rain to let up, my husband and his friends entertained the crowds with their rendition of Milli Vanilli’s “Blame It on the Rain” accented by the background instrumentation of thunder cracking and a brilliantly scary lightning show…finally, something scary to watch!

The rest of the night seemed almost like a chore to go from house to house, but the award for the worst house of the night goes to….drum roll, please…H.R. Bloodengutz Holidays of Horror. After waiting in a “20-minute wait” line for over an hour wearing soaking shoes and socks, we hoped that this house would make the wait worthwhile. Unfortunately, not only was the house not scary, but it was downright distasteful and borderline sacrilegious, as well. With scenes featuring an evil Easter Bunny, demented, saw-wielding elves, and a decapitated Santa, as well as a nude victim folded up like a holiday turkey, stuffed in some unmentionable areas, it was no wonder many visitors came out saying, “that was horrible!”

Two houses we found to be creepy and close to scary would have to be the Nightingales house, which takes visitors through a maze of WWI trenches and barracks barraged by evil nurses and banshees and the Saws and Steam house, which takes visitors through a maze of flesh-tearing machinery and the demented souls who are trapped and working there, the individual cogs in the giant machine of life that has both made them and tore them apart….literally. Even my husband was startled a time or two by the excellent timing of the actors who leaped out at us. I also enjoyed the freezing-yes, freezing!-temperatures of the Winter Memories house, which was a nice change from the post-thunderstorm steam outside.

My favorite of the night, although not for its ability to scare, was the Nevermore house, based on the madness of Edgar Allan Poe. As a high school English teacher, I enjoyed going through this house and seeing Universal’s portrayal of several of Poe’s most notable gothic horrors. This was probably one of the most uniquely themed houses I’ve been through at HHN. Had it been scarier, or had I not been so into the literature-come-to-life aspect and trying to guess which rooms represented which of Poe’s stories, this easily could have been my favorite house of the night.

I wish I could say that this year’s trip to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights was not a disappointment, but I would be lying if I did. The sets, scenery, and costumes were fantastic, but the acting involved left little to be appreciated and very few scared. There’s always next year, so here’s hoping!

Why You Should Buy Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box for Nintendo DS

Although it remains a relatively unknown series in North America, the Professor Layton games are extremely popular in Japan. Each of the three games in the trilogy managed to become a best-seller in the Japanese market. Unfortunately, Nintendo, who publishes the game in North America, has been slow at localizing the Professor Layton games. As a result, Professor Layton and the Curious Village weren’t released until a year after the initial Japanese launch. 

Furthermore, Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box won’t be released until one and a half years after it came out in Japan. The long wait is worth it, however. if you are still unsure of the game then you can check it out on Agen BandarQ and decide for yourself. Here are several reasons why you should buy the upcoming Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box on the Nintendo DS. 

Developer

The developer behind Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box is Level-5. Founded in 1998, they have become one of the premier developers in the entire industry. Among their impressive portfolio of high-quality games include Dark Cloud 2, Dragon Quest VIII, Jeanne d’Arc, and Dragon Quest IX. Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box is your atypical game from Level-5 as it is more of a puzzle game than a role-playing one. It is still one of the best games to be developed by them, however.

Engrossing Story

Just like Professor Layton and the Curious Village, you can expect Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box to have an engrossing story. In fact, it is further boosted by more animated cut scenes and extended voice work.

Professor Layton’s mentor, Andrew Schroeder, was mysteriously killed and the Diabolical Box may have something to do with it. Therefore, the professor and his apprentice Luke must travel through various lands in order to solve the mystery.

New Collectibles

While you can simply play through the story of Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box straight from beginning to end, you will be missing out on some valuable collectibles. Certain puzzles will reward your items for one of the four following categories: Hamster, Herb Tea, Mystery Journal and Unique Camera. You will certainly get your money’s worth with the upcoming Nintendo DS exclusive game.

Downloadable Puzzles

As if the more than 150 puzzles that come with the game weren’t enough, Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box take advantage of the Wi-Fi Connection of the Nintendo DS. The game will get a new downloadable puzzle piece per week for 33 weeks straight after the initial launch. It will keep you busy long after you complete all the puzzles.

Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box will certainly be one of the best games on the Nintendo DS when it comes out in late August. Make sure you don’t miss out on this sure-fire hit.

Don’t Call Nintendo’s Wii a Comeback

It wasn’t always this way. Heck, those not born yesterday know that less than a year ago Nintendo was in a radically different position – still far and away a continued handheld powerhouse thanks to the DS, but it was a company with a serious image problem and one typically viewed as “the third” console home manufacturer, despite being the first among any of the Big Three to enter the market. Hell, they saved the market back in the 80s. These days though, Nintendo was almost viewed as hurting it, what with their kiddy titles, “repetitive” franchises that had hung around for a quarter century, and supposed inability to connect to today’s average gamer. Consumers were told it was an aging company ruled by aging Japanese businessmen who made bad and/or hokey decisions. True fans around the world still existed in large numbers, but the sales weren’t quite there and the mainstream game media sure wasn’t on board, either, even if they had made strides since the DS’ launch in 2004 and were coming around as the day of the Wii launch approached.

I’ve touched on this subject some following the November 2006 launch, but there’s more to be said here. How does a company turn things around this much?

Well… don’t call it a comeback.

After all, how much different is Nintendo now from then? How much different are their products, their philosophy, even their style?

The answer? Not much.

It’s all about perception. One big style contest, really – sort’ve like back when you were in middle school and you had to start wearing name brand clothes to stay up with the “in crowd”. The industry itself is at that stage now – middle school, maybe early high school depending on how you see it – and what sets the tone and “age” for all the proceedings is a combination of the media and the consumer. After all, let’s not kid ourselves, the video game industry is still a very juvenile one – not so much because of its target demographic, but because of the relative youth of the medium and the youth and conceptual understandings of the media that runs the show. Because of these conditions (which, admittedly, still exist in other more established mediums, but not to the same extent), success (popularity) isn’t so much about what you bring to the table but how you bring it, not so much who or what you are as it is how you present yourself and how you’re perceived. Just like playing Pkv games online, your perception is indeed an important factor. The way you initially perceive it might have an impact or long lasting impressions. Hence, this can be compared to playing Nintendo. Yeah, it’s the hype before because of somewhat social symbol.

Imagine if Nintendo had not brought us the Wii and instead opted to go with their other plan… simply releasing the Wii remote and system capabilities as a hardware upgrade to the GameCube. Functionally, it serves the same purpose and would have brought us virtually the same games; plus, it would have even cost us less. However, aside from the negative connotations associated with add-ons (Sega 32X, anyone?), it just isn’t a hip or stylish thing to do. Why release an amazing new control method for on old purple cube when you can release an amazing new control method in a shiny new Apple-esque white box? Why continue supporting a “has been” system when you can embark on an entirely new venture? Why cruise down the street in a Ford Focus when you can roll in a tinted Yukon Denali affair with the windows down and the beat turned up? (Cuz the hunnies like it better that way! – Ed.)

Style. In many ways it’s an unfortunate consideration, particularly in the realm of video games, but in many ways – okay, all ways – it’s totally necessary. Good marketing involves putting your best foot forward as a company, and doing so in a manner that can be appreciated by a wide number of your target audience. Nintendo has always tried to put their best foot forward, but only of late have they once again connected with the more shallow consumers among us and the more jaded of game journalists – some of whom likely were decrying the GameCube for being a purple cube while they sat typing their editorial in a Tron tshirt that was two sizes too big.

The funny this is, Nintendo isn’t operating much differently than in the past. Sure, their console looks cooler, and yeah, Reggie is a fresh face for the company, but their philosophy and their game design continues to carry over since the 80s and 90s. The main difference now? Nintendo’s innovation and their focus on simplicity has carried over from a purely software implementation into a hardware one, as well. The DS features dual screens and touch sensitivity while the Wii features a full-scale motion sensing remote; both share an aesthetically clean look. It appears thus that appreciation for the elements that make Nintendo the company they are is much easier felt (at least for some) when these elements make their way into a tangible, physical form – a form that can be draped in style and dipped in “cool”, fondled in one’s hand and admired from across a room. It’s sad that consumers operate in such a manner, but that’s the way it is, across all mediums. The iPod may feature a nice digital interface and its own, massive music store, but the reason it grossly outsells competing mp3 players is because of its glossy surface and simplistic button arrangement – its focus on simplicity and “cool”.

Some complain the Wii is just a GameCube stuck in a white rectangular box with a new fancy remote. Even if that was a fair judgment, it wouldn’t matter. The Wii would continue to sell, and sell big. Such is the power of perception. Nintendo ultimately has only repackaged themselves, or rather, altered the public’s perception of their company through the repackaging of their core product – the home console – which serves as their face to the world. They’ve done nothing else to change themselves otherwise – they’ve always been innovators, that is nothing new.

Nintendo has been here for years, just as they are today. So don’t call it a comeback.

Madden 09 Review: Xbox 360

I’m the kind of guy that has played Madden since the early 90’s, so I’d like to think I’ve seen its ups and downs. Often the game is nothing more than just a simple roster update as many of us know, with a new feature here or there and a few new player animations. This game certainly appears to have aimed higher than usual, with lots of new features and more fluid animations. Don’t let the flashiness of Madden 09 fool you though, because in some ways there is as much bad as there is good in this game.

I’ll start with the good, since there really is a lot to like about this game. For those of us who played the Madden 09 demo on XBox Live, we got an early taste of what the new Madden IQ feature was like. It’s a nice addition to the game that will give experienced Madden players a bit of a new challenge. Not only does Madden 09 adapt to your personal skill in the game, but for All-Madden difficulty players the Madden IQ can actually go past that level depending on how good you really are. Madden IQ is based upon the player’s skill level in four areas: pass offense, rush offense, rush defense, and pass defense. Your Madden IQ score will likely change a little from game to game as you increase and/or decrease in certain skills, and you can always select the old difficulty levels if you don’t prefer this new feature.

Another new feature is the Backtrack feature that basically has Chris Collinsworth explaining what you did wrong on certain downs in a flashy ESPN-styled evaluation of these bad plays. Typically these Backtracks will involve a sack, interception, or if you’re beaten by the passing game on defense because a linebacker was covering a wide receiver. The first time or two you see it might leave you pretty impressed, but after that it will probably start to get old. Just like the Madden IQ though, this feature can be turned off as well or skipped through during a game by simply pressing a button. A much more worthy new feature in this Madden game for me was the EA SPORTS Rewind. If a play doesn’t go your way, you can press x with this new feature and start the play all over again. On offense, defense, or special teams there’s going to be a mistake or bad call that we’d all like to have the chance to reverse sometimes. The EA SPORTS Rewind is also very nifty on defense, because it lets you comfortably commit to the run or pass play that you know the CPU offense is going to run. Once again, this is another new feature that can be set from anywhere to unlimited, a few mulligans, one, or none.

The graphics look about the same as previous versions on XBox 360, but experienced Madden players will notice a significant improvement in player animations. Not only are there several new animations such as the bobble catch and missed field goal return; but running, blocking, group tackling, and other player animations look smoother and more authentic. The downloadable roster update was also a pleasant surprise in this game, especially given what had transpired with the Brett Favre situation. A gold XBox Live account is needed for this though, and some manual updating will still be required if you want to be completely up to date with what’s going on with current NFL depth charts. Madden 09’s soundtrack is excellent too, and of course you’re given the opportunity in the game’s settings to select and unselect whatever songs you want to hear while playing the game. Additionally, Madden Moments and the Online Dynasty feature round out the new aspects of Madden 09. Franchise and Superstar Mode returns, and those who purchase the more expensive special edition of Madden 09 will have even more things to play with and enjoy.

Now, to the bad. If you spend enough time perusing message boards or YouTube concerning EA Sports games in general, it seems they’re really having some recent problems with glitches and freezes in their sports titles. Numerous people have had problems with their game profiles being deleted or having game freezes in Nascar 09, and I experienced several game freezes myself when playing NCAA Football 09. I don’t remember having any problems whatsoever with Madden 08 freezing, nor Fight Night Round 3 also made by EA. For whatever reason the 09 versions of several EA Sports games seem to have freezing problems for quite a few people, and unfortunately Madden 09 is no exception. While playing Franchise Mode, I occasionally had the odd freeze when I wanted to simulate a pre-season or regular season. Once I reached season three in Franchise Mode, I could neither play nor simulate any pre-season games without the game freezing over and over again. A simple restart of the system would remedy this freezing problem when I had it previously, but I tried this method several times for season three to no avail.

Other than some programming bug, my simple guess of what could have caused this issue would be common problems CPU teams have with the salary cap in the Franchise Mode of virtually every Madden. Computer teams are often drafting or signing expensive players in free agency they don’t need at positions that are already strong, which leads to baffling releases of Pro Bowl caliber starting quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and so on. These decisions not only weaken the CPU teams and lessen the believability of the game, but cap penalties from these releases will continue to cripple CPU teams in the future. The freezes I’ve had in Franchise Mode occur when CPU teams are trying to add players before the pre-season starts, possibly with insufficient funds to fill their depth charts. Perhaps I’ll try running my next Franchise Mode with the salary cap turned off in the hope that it might solve this problem. I also experienced one freeze while in-game when I used the EA Sports Rewind feature after a penalty occurred in the fourth quarter. Another glitch somehow transplanted my QB sneak turned fumble on the opposing team’s goal line into them having the ball on my 20 yard line after recovering the ball and accepting a holding penalty, even though they were tackled immediately near their goal line after recovering the fumble. A few little bugs or some major problems, I’ll let you play the game and judge for yourself. Hopefully you will have better luck with Madden 09 than I and several other players have had.

Overall, Madden 09 is a really solid game though and were it not for these freezing problems I’d say it was the best Madden game yet. Every game I have or have played on my Xbox 360 other than the occasional EA Sports game has not frozen on me, so it’s disappointing to see an otherwise excellent game fall short because of a problem that professional game developers and publishers should not allow to reach store shelves. If EA payed me enough, I would gladly test this game. As it is, I will continue to play it and just try to overlook the flaws.

All in all, Madden 09 is one of the best Xbox 360 models to have come out in recent times by serving as a benchmark for Pkv games due to the variety of levels and genres it has to offer alongwith the ease at which it relates to numerous youngsters.

Learn to Play Casino Games for Free in Las Vegas

If you’ve been to Las Vegas, you’ve undoubtedly strolled through the casino floor at some very odd hours and noticed that quite a few of the closed tables have little placards placed on them that tell you about a free lesson. Maybe you’ve seen these placards, but are never out of bed in time to catch the free lesson. Maybe you think to yourself – “why would the casino give me a free lesson to beat them at their own game”? Maybe you don’t want to look like a ‘rookie’ by taking gambling lessons. In this article, we’ll cover some of the reasons casinos give the free lessons, and we’ll give some of the better places (and times) to go to catch a free lesson for yourself. If you are not a big fan of all this, then you can also try situs judi bola terpercaya which is a free online platform that you can try for all your gambling needs. 

Why would the casino give me a free lesson, don’t they want me to lose?

Of course, casinos want your money. But a casino is smart business – they know to keep you in the casino you can’t lose all the time. Otherwise, you’d stop coming back. The purpose of these lessons is actually two-fold. On one hand, they like to throw the word ‘free’ at you and make it feel like you are getting something of value for nothing – to make you feel like you are already ahead. Granted, there is value to be learned in these lessons, but you can get the same knowledge for ‘free’ at any one of several outlets (books, Internet, watching other players, etc.). Now, on the other hand, a casino knows that a customer is more likely to stay if they are having a good time and not feel like they aren’t getting their money’s worth in some way. The longer you are in their casino – the more money you put in their wallet; no ifs, and’s or buts about it. So, to keep you in longer they have no problem informing you on how to play their games – especially if they can spin it as they are ‘giving’ you something for free.

I always see the placards for free lessons, but never remember when they are. Is there a schedule?

Most casinos with table games will offer free lessons to their games at some point. However, they know that a table that is giving a lesson is not making any money. Naturally, this means that the ‘free lesson’ schedule will follow some odd hours (odd for the nightlife heavy Las Vegas schedule anyway). Most casinos have scheduled lessons in the morning – as that is by far the least busy time on a casino game floor. Most, if not all, casinos offer free lessons – so either inquire at the front or concierge desks or check the placards on the floor. The schedules are subject to change, but a few of the regular, and some with a little more convenient hours are listed below:

Excalibur (This is a very common free lesson schedule in most casinos)

Blackjack – Monday through Friday, 11 am to 1 pm

Craps – Monday through Friday, 11 am to 1 pm

Roulette – Monday through Friday, 11 am to 1 pm

Tropicana (Offers lessons on Saturday)

Multiple table game lessons available – Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am to 11:30 am

Stardust (Offers lessons in the afternoon to early evening)

Multiple table game lessons available – Monday through Friday, 10 am to 6 pm

Palace Station (Offers lessons on Sunday)

Multiple table game lessons available – Sunday  amp; Monday, 8:30 am

Imperial Palace (Has an extensive free lesson schedule)

Blackjack – Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 1 pm and Friday from 9 am

Craps – Monday through Thursday, 11 am through 3 pm and Friday at 9 am

Roulette – Monday through Friday, 11 am

Mini-Baccarat – Monday through Friday, 10 am

I don’t want to look like a ‘rookie’ by going to these lessons, I consider myself a pretty good gambler. Should I go?

Unless you are a professional gambler, chances are pretty good that you will pick up a tip or two from these lessons. In general, most people that attend these lessons are fairly serious about learning the game. This forces the casino to be very open and honest when it comes to these lessons. They figure that if you are into the game enough to get a lesson on it – you may also try learning about it other ways. In that case, they wouldn’t want you to get better or conflicting information elsewhere and possibly lose their trust to a point you don’t play at their casino. Don’t confuse this though – they aren’t going to give you any advantage other than common sense. They – or anyone for that matter – can’t teach you to beat the house, which typically holds over a 2% advantage or more in any table game.

If you are in Las Vegas and you are interested in some free table lessons, this information should help out. As mentioned, almost every casino offers some sort of free lesson for their games – and if you are out and about during the times they are going on – you should definitely check them out. Remember, however, don’t put too much value into the ‘free’ label – but who knows – maybe you’ll learn how to get lucky and take down the house!

2 Crucial Poker Tips for Experienced Players!!!

Nowadays, a lot of people are struggling while getting grips in the online poker. Thousands of poker players are out there that is losing thousands of dollars in game like poker.  To become a proficient poker player then it is your responsibility to consider the ranges, not hands. You will have to consider the range of opponent.

 You will not have to play your favorite hand. There are some scenarios where a person can play their favorite hand. Poker is totally depends on the percentage chances & maths.  To be a profitable then a person should create a consistent strategy. You will have to always stick with a winning strategy.  If you have vast amount of knowledge then you will able to become a proficient poker player in few days.  Here I have recapitulated 2 Poker essential tips that will help you in winning a lot of money.

  • Consistent strategy 

Before initiating a poker game, a person should invest a lot of time in the learning. If you have vast amount of knowledge about poker then you will able to become a proficient poker player. Make sure that you are applying a perfect strategy at all times. If you are searching for a best website where you can play game like poker then you should visit http://103.9.100.41. They are providing bonus to new players.

  • Use your aces on a time

If you are experience poker player then you always knows when to fold on an overpair. Make sure that you are making the use of strong hand. You will not have to play bad in game otherwise you will lose the money.

Moreover,  if you are one who want to win big then you don’t have to make any fundamental poker error in the game.kj;l

The Greatest Myth in Blackjack Strategy

The greatest myth in blackjack is that when other people at the table misplay their hands, the dealer is more likely to end up with a strong hand and beat everyone, including those who played their hands properly.

Let’s make the point concrete with an example. Let’s say you’ve been dealt a 15, which is a weak hand, and the dealer has a 6 showing. You decide, correctly, to stand. You still don’t like the hand, but standing is the lesser of the evils. The other people at the table also stand, until the final player, who hesitates for a long time with his 14, decides to take a hit. Everyone at the table groans.

OK, why does everyone groan? Not because he made the wrong play for himself-which he did-but because there’s a folk wisdom about blackjack that entails that his bad play hurts the other players at the table. How? Well, on the alleged grounds that you “never take the dealer’s bust card,” which, to spell it out, basically means by taking a hit in his situation, he uses up a card that could well have been the one that would have been big enough to bust the dealer’s hand had it been left for the dealer.

However, even a moment’s thought reveals the flaw in this reasoning. Even assuming the dealer has a large card underneath for a total of 16 or close to it, why is it more likely that the top card on the remaining deck (the one that will go to that last player if he takes a hit, or go to the dealer if he stands) is a big card than that the second card from the top is a big card?

The answer is that it isn’t. Sure, the top card might be a Queen and the next card a 4, and by taking a hit that player will cause the whole table to lose. But it’s equally as likely that the top card is a 4 and the next card is a Queen, meaning the table benefits from the dealer getting that second card instead.

Certainly the player has misplayed his hand and thus hurt his own chances by hitting a 14 when the dealer has a 6 showing, but the point is, he’s not hurt you or anyone else at the table one iota.

So why do people-I would say the majority of people who play blackjack in fact-believe so strongly that other people taking a hit in a situation like that decreases the chances of the dealer busting, and thus hurts the whole table? There are two reasons.

One, most people don’t learn a game like blackjack by reading books and delving into the logic and mathematics of it. They pick it up by tagging along with their parents, boyfriend, older sister, fraternity buddies, etc. the first few times they play, and they learn by observing and listening to the advice of these more experienced players. In this way, common beliefs get passed along to each new generation-both common beliefs that are correct, and common beliefs that are fallacious.

So why do people believe something provably wrong like this? Because “everybody says so,” “that’s what I’ve always heard,” “my ex-husband used to go to the casinos all the time and he knew all about those games, and he always told me ‘make sure you never take the dealer’s bust card,'” etc.

Two, there is a natural psychological tendency to notice confirming evidence and ignore disconfirming evidence for things you already believe. So most people who believe this myth about blackjack will swear up and down that it’s been confirmed by their own experience. That’s because they remember all those times a person took an unnecessary hit and the dealer ended up with a 20 or 21 as a result (e.g., the top card was a Queen and the next card was a 4), whereas they quickly forget all the times the dealer busted because of that misguided hit (e.g., the top card was a 4 and the next card was a Queen). Even if one of the latter cases is called to their attention, they’ll say something like, “Sure that can happen, but that’s a fluke. Almost always, when the last player takes a hit like that, he takes the dealer’s bust card and the whole table loses.”

The moral of the story is: Learn the game as best you can, play your own cards so as to give yourself the best mathematical chance, and don’t sweat what anyone else at the table does. (That is, don’t join the lynch mob that invariably forms if someone at a blackjack table splits 10s.) This idea that how others play their hand can help or hurt you is no more than a superstition. The less you focus on something irrelevant like that, the more you can focus on your own play and really trying to make the best decisions with your own hand, because in the end, that’s all that matters.

There are no end to the myths and fallacies surrounding Blackjack or any form of gambling and is only a matter of perception as to how people look at it where some enjoy it while others condemn it for destroying lives and sowing seeds of hatred but Blackjack and poker online terpercaya are two games that continue to be popular.

Things To Keep In Mind Before Visiting A Casino

Casinos are really popular these days. You have physical casinos as well as online casinos such as Judi slot that you can try. However, if you planning on visiting a casino there are certain things that you should be keeping in your mind. In this article, we are going to have a look at the different things that you should be keeping in your mind as you visit a casino.

  • Most of the casinos that are out there have minimum age requirements that can vary between 18 to 21 depending on the state that you are living in. This is why you should always keep a valid ID with yourself all the time.
  • You will find that every casino that is out there operate on a different set of rules, this is why it is really important that you get to learn all about these rules so that you do not end up losing as you visit the casino.
  • As you visit a casino you will find that there are tons of games and slot machines that might look really easy and lucrative to you. But it is really important that you choose the game that you are interested in carefully. Besides that, you should take your time deciding about the game you are interested in before you start playing.
  • Paying attention to your financial limits is also important as you do not want to lose what you can not afford. Therefore always get a good look at the minimum and maximum limits offered by the casinos.
  • As you will be playing with professional players that are serious about this game, it is a really good idea that you practice your card game in order to improve your game so that you can compete with other serious players that you face.

  • Lastly, there are casinos that offer free drinks so you can also check that out in order to enjoy your casino experience even more. However, if you are planning on placing bets make sure that you drink in the limit.

 

These are the top 6 things that you should know about as you visit any casino.

 

RuneScape ‘” Make Millions Firemaking

I’ve been holding off on getting my firemaking skill up because, let’s be honest, you are basically burning money. Maybe melting gold in RuneScape terms, but you get the idea. You either buy or cut the logs and then you burn them. Simple logic shows that burning, throwing away, something that could get you money is like losing the money. Well, that’s not necessarily true with firemaking after all. This is why it is really important that you learn all about this game and what you can do to improve your game sense from Pkv Games that offers you a wide range of useful tips that you can follow. 

First, you need to get logs. I’m all about the least money for a big return so I burn willows. They cost 15 gold in the grand exchange (and other logs like trees or oaks are at least double). You could chop oaks and sell the logs to buy willows at an almost 2:1 ratio, sometimes even better. And the kicker is you get more firemaking exp for willows than the cheaper logs. You can also cut your own willows. They are pretty quick and give a great f2p experience. The other option is picking up the willows others drop. You’d be surprised how many people bot in Traynor village. Well maybe not surprised at the number of bots but surprised at the number of bots that power chop. That means there are piles of willows laying on the ground, right next to a bank for you to pick up — why not do it.

So now you have your willows. Grab that tinderbox, a load of logs, and let’s start making money. Burn the logs in your inventory at the bank of your choice. Stick away from the GE because lots of others do it there. Now you have a nice pretty line of burning logs. no money yet. Go grab another load of logs and burn them right next to your first line. Ok, now you have two lines of burning logs. Well, not exactly. The first line has likely burned down to ashes by the time you finished the second line. You have a nice pretty line of 27 ashes and conveniently 27 empty slots in your inventory. Pick up the ashes, bank them, grab another set of logs, and burn them. As you’ve guessed, the second line you burnt is now ashes. Pick them up and repeat.

When you finish burning one line the previous will be finished and ready for you to harvest the ashes. You can do this over and over. Burn the logs, pick up the ashes, grab more logs, etc. etc. Now you’ve turned that pile of logs into a pile of ashes. Head over to the grand exchange and sell them. Members love ashes because they can use them to train herblore. They love ashes so much the asking price is 63gold each. You bought those willows for 15 gold each and sold the ashes for 63 gold each. I’ll do the math for you. That’s 4x your investment.

Say you bought 1k willows for 15k gold. You just made 63k gold (nearly 50k profit from your initial 15k investment) AND you got all of that fire-making experience. With numbers like this, you could even miss a few piles of ashes and still come out ahead. So what are you waiting for, go burn some logs and make your money?