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.
Whether you’re on tilt, taking a break from poker, or just need to change things up a little with your poker play, once in a while it’s a good idea to try something new with regards to the game you love. Online casinos have plenty to offer you within the realm of poker. Whether it’s the many varieties of video poker of a slew of poker-themed table games, it’s worth having a go at them, if anything, just for the experience.
Every poker player starts somewhere. While my love for the game of poker could be said to have started “around the kitchen table”, video poker also played an important role in keeping the poker flame alive in me when I was a little kid. Here’s the story of how I started playing video poker. Enjoy!
A friend recently challended me on my poker knowledge and thought he could get the better of me when he asked if I could name four different varieites of poker in which you’d only face one opponent. After understanding that humans were not the only type of opponent allowed, I quickly rattled off not four, but five different types of poker in which you face only one opponent. Think you can figure them all out by yourself? Take a guess, then check out the list.
In this video poker strategy post, you’ll learn four excellent tips that can help you improve your overall video poker performance, and maximize your ability to win.