How to Keep Your Money in Vegas

How to Keep Your Money in Vegas

If you are 21 or over you may want to check out Las Vegas, this is the place to be for a vacation, gamble and hit all the popular clubs, casinos, sportsbooks and more. This is the only place on earth where you can run the risk free method, I am not talking about gambling on poker, blackjack, or any game, I am talking about running the risk free method to make money.

This method has been around for a while, a few people have done this and made money and hundreds of people have lost money in Vegas. The key to winning is being in Vegas during the weekend. You can not do these plays in other cities, or other states. A hotel bet can be risky, depending on what you want to do with your money. Before you go to Vegas, you should limit yourself to a $1,500 weekend gambling limit, this will minimize the loss, and if you play the free golf bet, you will have fun.

One idea to use is to do all hotel bets on the same day. All hotel bets must be placed within 4 hours of each other. If you and another friend do this, you will triple your money in four hours. You should also bring $1,000, this will minimize the risk of losing the $1,500. This is one of the only plays that I have found that will win money for you, win often and have almost no risk of losing your $1,500.

Remember the hotel Vegas recommendations, the $1,500 and $2,500 bets are the bottom two pairs, the most likely to lose. Make your next trip to Vegas, the trip will be worth it. If you decide not to continue on to Vegas, you might as well stop visiting Las Vegas. There is nothing left to prove, everyone knows Vegas is the casino capital of the world.

If you have $5,000 to $10,000 dollars then you can play small pairs exclusively, I like playing 2-5-7 and 5-8-9, but that’s mainly because of the payout structure and the fact that these machinesgd a higher percentage than many other machines. For example, 5-5-7 has a payout of 75%, 6-7-3 has a payout of 74%, 7-5-2 has a payout of 72%, and 6-8-9 has a payout of 71%. Most machines have a payout percentage of around (at least) 75%, so you are paid more for a pair of 5s than you are for say two six-offs.

If you play one large bet per spin and one small bet per spin, you can play almost any machine and get a high payout percentage. The small bet per spin is low risk and you get paid more for smaller bets.

You will see signs in the casinos, on the machines, and in the front of the video poker machines reading “DIE BETS”. This is when the maximum bet has been made. This system ( Die By Your Hand) pays out on the very next hand, so the hands are short and generally play quick. The place to bet on each hand is determined by the payout schedule for that particular machine. There are times when a 7 shows and there are times when a ace shows. The best video poker machines are set up to pay out 8 to 1 for a royal flush. This means if you bet $1, your machine will pay you $8 on the Royal Flush hand and $1 on any other hand.

The video MPO500 machines are set up to pay out less on the low hands and more on the higher hands. So, you can expect to get more money for playing lower pairs in the video poker machines than you would playing high pairs.

The payout percentages are generally higher for video poker than for blackjack. A video poker machine set to pay out at 6 to 1 (6 to 1 odds) has a higher payout percentage than a machine that is set at 5 to 1 (5 to 1 odds). The numbers may be different, depending on the casino, but this is generally aiver.

You can also expect to get less money for playing lower pairs than you would for playing the higher pairs. So, although the payout percentages are the same for blackjack and video poker, you are better off playing video poker than blackjack.