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  • Winning at Video Poker for 11-3
    to say you can t get lucky and realize a return of over 100 Let me show you how that could work On my practice machine I ve played 15 000 hands That means I ve bet 75 000 coins at 5 coins per play which translates into 75 000 if I was playing a dollar machine or 18 750 if I was playing quarters My return to this point has been 72 625 coins which means I m down 2 375 at a dollar machine or 593 75 at a quarter machine What if I hit a royal on the next hand I d get 4000 for 5 at a dollar machine and then I d have a net profit of 1620 not to mention a slot club return of 375 at a 5 rate Since a playing rate of 400 hands an hour is easily attained that 15 000 hands represents about 37 5 hours of play which works out to be a pay of 1620 375 1995 divided by 37 5 or 53 20 an hour At a quarter machine it s 13 30 an hour But we got lucky because we cannot expect to hit a Royal every 15 000 hands or so it s expected once every 40 000 hands If it took us exactly 40 000 hands to hit a royal we d be down about 1000 at a dollar machine though we d have about 1000 in slot club points So when we re playing a machine where the house has a small edge we re looking to get lucky But if you were a dollar player and just broke even you would have probably received free hotel rooms comped dinners etc so breaking even isn t all bad But enough chit chat

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  • Basic Strategy Matrix
    8 A 5s A Jo K 9s Q 10s J 10s A 10o K Jo Q Jo 10 Jo 10 9s 3 3 Button 0 A A A Ko K K A Qs K Qs 10 10 A 2s A 10o K 2s K Qo A 2o K 8o Q 9o J 9o 10 9o 9 8o Button Cont Q 8s Q Jo J 10s 10 8s 8 8 8 7o 7 7 7 6s 6 6 6 5s 5 5 to 2 2 Small Blind A A K K Q Q A Ko A Qs K Qs A 2s A Jo K 2s K 10o Q 8s Complete Only SB Cont Q Jo J J J 7s 10 10 10 8s A 8o K 8o Q 9o J 8o 10 9o 9 8o SB Cont 9 9 9 8s 8 8 to 4 4 8 7o 7 6o 6 5s 5 4s 4 3s 3 3 2 2 Big Blind A A to J J A Ko A Qs K Qs A 2s A 10o K 2s K Jo Q 2s A 2o K 9o Q 9o J 8o 10 8o BB Cont Q Jo J 2s J 10o 10 10 10 xs 9 7o 8 7o 7 6o 6 5o 5 4o 4 3o BB Cont 9 9 9 xs 8 8 8 5s 7 7 7 5s 3 2s 2 2 BB Cont 6 6 6 4s 5 5 5 3s 4 4 4 3s BB Cont 3 3 Copyright 2004 GameMasterOnLine Inc All Rights Reserved This matrix is basically a compilation of the charts shown in the prior lessons with only a few changes For some charts I had added a category Call 1 Raise Only which is designed to keep you out of pots that have been raised and then re raised As you can easily see most of the Re raise hands in the Matrix are a pair of Queens or higher so if a re raised bet comes to you it should be called only by hands in the Call All Raises category and truth be told probably some of those will be rather loose calls in a higher stakes game where the players know what they re doing You ll see that the hands played on the button are of the call all raises or limp only type That s of course because position plays such an important part in this game there s not a lot of need to be cautious when playing from the button but we don t want to be stupid about it Another notation Complete Only is found in the Small Blind section and it refers to a SB bet that is 50 of the Big Blind If completion requires a larger bet like if the SB is 1 and the BB is 3 then you should use the Call All Raises section only I included the recommended hands for both Blind bets which puts a lot

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