With poker and slot games being very popular, this article briefly examines which of the two offer players the better chances of winning big.
Millions upon millions of people the world over love slot games and poker, but it’s relatively rarer to find people who are fans of both. That’s because by their inherent nature the games are so vastly different.
In this article we examine whether slot fans and poker fans have anything in common, and why that may or may not be the case.
Many a poker player loves to dabble in video poker from time to time, but you won’t often find poker purists playing the slots too often. While the two have a few superficial similarities, the differences between video poker and slots are numerous. We list a few of the main ones in this article.
Sadly, we’re not all destined to win huge jackpots. Some of us get lucky in Powerball, while others hit slot jackpots and still others are fortunate enough to take part in a bad bead jackpot in a poker room.
After 16 years of playing in casinos, Chad Holloway still hasn’t managed to score a jackpot. He shares his close misses as well as his lucky numbers (which, considering that he hasn’t won, you might not want to use) with you in this post.
We keep on seeing new innovations to casino games, like thematic slots, for example. One has to wonder if poker is next…
Will we see changes to the game take hold and gain in popularity or will purity and traditional poker reign supreme?
More in this article.
Many poker players tend to look down on slots as they believe this is a less advanced form of gambling. Clearly they’re unaware of how poker has actually helped create and shape these games, which are now the world’s most popular form of casino entertainment.