It might sound like a massive promise to say you can ‘definitely’ play and win some casino games but it’s completely true. Any player can walk into a casino, or log onto their online account, and come away from a number of games with far more in their pockets than they started with – it’s all about knowing which games to play and the approach to take when betting:
One of the simpler games, at first glance, Blackjack is essentially the player against the dealer in a battle of wits and bravery to get as close to 21 (or Blackjack) as possible without busting or the dealer scoring higher. It sounds simple enough but how can you win when you have no idea on the dealer’s total hand until you’ve committed to your hand? Card counting is a no-go and so is the unreliable sequencing method – it’s far simpler than that.
Players should look directly to the dealer’s face down card and attempt to recall the number of picture cards they have seen during play – it’s not strictly card counting and gives you something of an edge. If you’ve seen a lot of pictures; chances are the face down card is lower than ten – if you’ve only seen a few then you can wager on the notion that the face down is probably valued at ten.
It’s not a guarantee but you’d be surprised how many times you’ll be building chips using such a simple method – just don’t be drawn in to believing it’s a fix on the game; you will be wrong almost as many times as you’re right so pace yourself with the betting.
The Devil’s Game certainly isn’t the easiest to walk away a winner from but a steady betting technique will see a player end up more successful than the one who ‘puts it all on black’ or punts on the singles.
By wagering on the Red/Black sections of the table; the player is likely to see a total loss in 2 out of 36 spins, according to the law of averages, as two of the pockets are 0 holes. An intelligent player will start small with a stake of (for example) £1 on red and £2 on black – but why, you might ask?
Essentially, the bet on black is the play to win and the stake on red acts as a covering bet. If the ball lands on black; you net £4 where you’ll get your £2 stake back if it turns up red – breaking even on the covering bet or profiting on the winning bet. It really is that simple but, once again, don’t get carried away as you will inevitably need to account for losing spins courtesy of the pesky zero pockets.
One armed bandits are the most appropriately named machines of all time as they will take your money or your life if you let them!
However; responsible gambling leads us to the conclusion that the slot machines can be beaten despite the myth that only 1% of people win on them doing the rounds again – you can and will win; if you go about it in the right way.
The biggest issue with slot machines is the high stake value for the larger jackpots but who said you had to use your own money to play the machines? Land based casinos might not offer you a lot in terms of free credit but the online casinos regularly offer customers incentive based free credit for use across the entire spectrum of their games.
Ergo, if you only play the slot machines with the casino’s money – you’ll only lose theirs or win over time. No outlay, unless you had to spend to earn the free credit, and equal chances of winning big to those who wile away their hours watching their coin pile diminish in pursuit of the jackpot.
So, there you have it, three casino games you can definitely play and win. The methods may not be without fault or risk but the house edge is lessened using this advice. The Roulette system is definitely one to trial the next time you’re at the tables but just remember to take it steady and gamble responsibly.