Mirror Betting System in online play

Written by Super User. Posted in Bingo Moments

Online roulette is a game of pure chance. Every single spin is unrelated to any of the previous spin of the game.

Therefore, the online roulette mirror betting system is only applicable to simple bets. It plays by chance of colors, high/lower, odd/even bets. You must play a sequence of 7 bets that are exactly the opposite of the seven results declared so far.

For example : if you are betting on colors and last seven results declared are as follows B,R,R,B,R,R,R (where B= black and R=Red) . The bet according to the mirror system will be R, B, B, R, B, B, B.

The efficiency of this betting roulette software is supported by mathematical probability. The ratio of repetition in a series of seven bets is 1/128. On a 8 play series the formula used in online roulette system is “2 to the power of 7”. The winning probability formula on a 8 play series in general is however “2 to the power of 8”. The only way to win is having 2 series with precisely similar results in a row. This will bring the winning probability to 1/128 as required.

Your money will last longer and you will have more staying power if you play just below the even with the house. The “even money” bets includes betting on Odd, Even and Low numbers (1 through 18) and high numbers(numbers 19 through 36) and Red or Black Colors. All the wagers receive payout at 1 to 1 ratio. you can get more info anytime online.

Off the Beaten Red Carpet: Unusual Casino Games

Written by Super User. Posted in Casino Culture

Almost everyone who made their first visit to the flamboyancy of Las Vegas or the magic of Monte Carlo probably began their gambling trip wandering amongst the slot machines, trying to decide which was going to be their very own big payout.

Slots draw in a lot of casual players, which is why Las Vegas casinos feature them the most on their websites. There is something both exciting and relaxing about pulling that handle and watching those wheels spin until the first payout. Then the exhilarated gambler looks to the tables for a little more excitement and interaction with others. Where to go next is always the question? Where are the odds of winning better? Will it be blackjack, craps, poker, or something a little more unusual?

Double Ball Roulette



As casinos continue to grow in numbers, new games are springing up all the time in order to provide enticement and allure to the recreational gambler who likes variety. While almost everyone has tried roulette at one time or another, not everyone has taken a spin at Double Ball Roulette.

While it is similar to regular roulette in that it has 38 slots (numbers 1 through 36, zero and double zero), it has the addition of a second ball. The betting table layout and roulette strategies are similar, but there is no dealer involved in releasing the ball. The two balls are released by player-controlled remote controls and kept separate by the momentary lag in their release time. There are several additional types of bets to be made as well as a double ball jackpot, which pays 1200 to 1 if both balls land in the same number. The odds of this are 1 in 38. The addition of the second ball gives this game a little more action than traditional roulette and requires a little more thinking on the part of the gambler.

Variations on Classic Blackjack



Blackjack is hand down the most popular table game in most casinos. While craps tables often line the outskirts of the pit, you can always find wall-to-wall lines of Blackjack tables in every luxurious Las Vegas casino.

Most believe Blackjack is a simple game of 21, but are all blackjack games the same and do they require the same strategies? As blackjack grew in popularity, different regions and even individual casinos started coming up with new versions and multiple varieties of the once simple game of 21. Currently, there are over 40 variations of the game; some the same game with different names and others with a variation on the rules, the amount of decks the dealer uses or the allowances a player is given.

While there are many versions of playing blackjack, including European Blackjack and Atlantic City Blackjack, the word “double” is the most often used in Blackjack variations. Double Exposure Blackjack reveals the first two cards of the dealer and pays more on 21, but the player loses on a tie. Double Attack Blackjack has slightly more liberal rules and allows a player to increase their bet after seeing the dealer’s up card. Double Deck Blackjack is played with two full decks; the dealer is not given a hole (or hidden) card and is required to hit on a soft 17. Double Deck Atlantic City Blackjack (a mouthful to say in itself) is played with two full decks; the dealer is given a hole card, must check if it is a ten, face card or ace and must hit on a soft 17. The varieties are endless, and the blackjack table always offers excitement and camaraderie as the players compete against the house.

Casino War



A simple card game and old favorite from childhood, War has progressed into Casino War. Of all the unusual games that Clark plays in the movie Vegas Vacation, Casino War is the only one that is actually spread in real life.

The rules of the game are similar to the childhood game we all played, only now there is wagering involved. Additionally, other casino games such as blackjack, the player competes against the dealer’s hand.

Each player must make a wager before a single card is dealt. Once the first round is dealt, there are winners, losers and those who can go to “War.” The choice of “War” is given to those who have tied the dealer. They then have two options. The player may wither forfeit one half of his original wager and pass or choose to go to “War,” and match his initial wager with an identical one. The dealer must then discard three “burn” cards and deal a war card for each player declaring war. Winners and losers play or pay accordingly. It is a fast moving and exciting game.

Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow holds an interesting space in most casinos. It is placed on the floor alongside most blackjack and craps tables, but is an unknown phenomenon to most recreational gamblers. Many will walk by, uncertain but curious, but Pai Gow is certainly fun for anyone who understands basic poker and allows a person to play longer without losing too much.

The players all receive seven cards and must divide them into two poker hands, one consisting of five cards and the other only two cards. To win, a player must beat both the highest and second highest hand of the dealer. If a player only beats one hand, it is considered a tie. Complicated to learn at first, Pai Gow Poker can be very energetic and fun to play.

There are so many diverse games, familiar and unfamiliar, in any given casino. There will always be something for those seeking a crowd or those seeking something unusual that they have never played. Most people will start with something simple or familiar or something they have played online. If one can remember that it’s all for fun, it’s a great experience to try a game you’ve never played or never heard of. So step up, and place your wager.

Online Poker Games: As Fickle as the Real Thing

Written by Super User. Posted in Casino Culture

While televised poker has always illustrated just how fickle the game can be, it turns out that online poker games aren’t much different.

Everyone loves to play the role of “Monday Morning Quarterback” regardless of the sport or game. It’s not so much an act of maliciousness as it is of arrogance, which means it goes well with sports and games.

We are all prone to praise composed bluffing skills and question impulsive decision making,which is made all the more entertaining when accompanied by disastrous results. It’s an admittedly easy seat to occupy - a seat typically located in front of our computers. For some, however, that same seat representsan altogether different sentiment. It’s where millions of dollars can be won and lost on a yearly basis.

It’s easy to put together a list of Tom Dwan highlights where he bluffs the table into submission (below is where you will find the video in question). It’s hard not to like Dwan, as thousands of zealous poker fans already do, but that doesn’t make him invincible. Dwan actually built up his reputation online as a teen and worked his way up from there. Guess what? He’s not invincible in online poker games either.

In 2012, Dwan, playing under the much-feared moniker of “Durrrr”, ended the year with losses totaling $987,189. There was little cause for concern, however, as in February of this year Dwan went on a tear, winning more than $2 million in a 7-day period. But wait a second, the next month he lost over $900,000 in one day. You can see where this is going.

In the grand scheme of things, many of us are still novices to the game of poker. You know you’re a novice if thefirsttime you heard of Viktor Blom was his failed bluff attempt where he went all-in with $231,000.That hand took placeagainst Ian Munns at the 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Europe Main Event.

Blomis mentioned here for three reasons: 1)he is the owner of the now legendary “Isildur1”online moniker 2) he has made a living off beating Durrrr in online heads-up poker games 3) he has also experienced periods of online volatility.

Last year Isildur1 lost $2,673,899 playing online, which represented the third biggest loss total of 2012. Things have been somewhat different in 2013 for the Swede, as by early August he was in the black by over $3 million. Below is a short interview with the man who conquered Mount Durrrr.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjZ5bfdGP2o

Durrrrand Isildur1 serve to highlight the volatility of online poker games and prove that you need to be willing to admit Dwan’s occasional shortcomings (just don’t make it a regular occurrence). It would have beenjust as easy tohave gone with other big names such as Phil “Polarizing” Ivey or Gus Hansen.

The truth is that regardless of what names you choose amongst high-caliber players,you will notice an ebb and flow in their respective performances. Some may be more volatile than others but the truth of the matter remains: whether online or offline, poker is a game of strategy, scholarship and streaks.