Video Poker Articles
#1 - Online Video Poker V.S. Vegas
What's the real deal with online video poker? Is it better than Vegas,
worse than Vegas, or just about the same thing? Well, some will say Vegas
is better, since it has all the lights and sounds and commotion. While
some will say online video poker is better, because it doesn't have any
of the lights, sounds and commotion. Basically, most of it comes down
to a matter of opinion.
Video poker players are more likely to adapt well to the world of online
play than say, a craps player. Video Poker is a sit down game, a one player
game, a dealerless game, and a game where concentration is an important
variable. Taking all of these things into consideration, it certainly
seems like the average video poker player could get just as much out of
playing from home. The variable of concentration is so important in fact,
that the act of playing at home probably decreases the house edge against
you significantly, as you're entire attention span can be placed right
on the game.
This fact has been largely ignored by the literature since online gambling
has become widely available. Those who run things in Vegas don't want
to publicize the fact that its patrons could improve their game on their
own time, away from Vegas, especially since once the player learns that
and learns how to, they may switch to online video poker exclusively.
A major reason video poker players do make the switch to online play
is because of the way we are comped on the Internet. Online video poker
players are comped before they play, with cash that is added to their
bankroll, with the amount . At a land based casino you are comped after
you play, depending on how much you play, and for how long. This method,
while easy for the casinos, isn't quite as nice as if they'd walk up to
you and give you free credits.
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