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Learn How to Turn The Game of Video Poker 
Into a $2,000 a Day Profit Source!



Russell Hunter 
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Learning How to Win At Video Poker Is The Easiest Way I Know to Make $2,000 a Day!

It may hard to believe, but video poker can be beaten.  One reaction to this statement is “How can you beat a slot machine?” 

The fact is that video poker is only played through an computer chip controlled devise that looks like a slot machine, but is operates on much different principles.

With the right machine and the right strategy for that particular machine you can play with a payback of 100% or better.

Many people like slot machines because you can play without anyone watching you.  You don’t have to contend with pit bosses or dealers or fellow players who scrutinize and even comment on your play.  You’re mostly on your own when you choose to play slots.

Like regular slot machines video poker shares all of these characteristics, but with one important difference: When you play video poker with the correct strategy you will play at an advantage over the casino.

Here is a quick point-by-point comparison of slot and video poker play:

·       With video poker instead of mindlessly playing like many slot machine players do, you will use a definite strategy.  This makes the game much more interesting (and a lot less boring) than playing ordinary slots.

·        Video poker players lose less money per hour than slot players do.  This is because video poker players can apply their card playing experience to video poker play to reduce the house edge (or, as we will see, in some cases gain a real edge over the casinos).

·        Video poker machines offer much higher paybacks than slot machines.  While a 95% payback might be considered a very good payback for a traditional slot machine, with video poker you can achieve paybacks of over 100%.

·        Video poker is a game of skill where by applying the methods I am going to teach you can win consistently.  With slot machines you are almost always at the mercy of fickle dame luck. 

·        With video poker machines you can determine whether you can play at an advantage by simply viewing the pay out schedule shown on the front of every video poker game.  With slot machines you never know what the true payback will be.  Two identical slot machines can have very different payback rates as the slot payback is determined by a computer chip, programmed to pay out at a certain rate.  Furthermore, there is no way to know what the payback rate is by looking at the front of a slot machine.

Video poker machines are much more forthright than slot machines.  While it is impossible to look at a slot machine and determine what its payback rate is, this is very easy to do so with video poker. A video poker machine gives you the information you need to know if it is beatable right on the front of the machine.

In the Power Video Poker Strategy Manual I will show you how to find the best paying video poker machines and give you winning strategies to play and beat them.

I take two very different approaches to playing video poker machines in this book and present different strategies for each type of play.

Short-term players are presented simplified playing strategies that are much easier to learn and use.  In fact, there are playing strategy cards in the back of the Power Video Poker Manual that you can print and carry with you.

Short-term play is my preferred method of play.  It is easier to learn, wins much quicker and requires a much lower bankroll than long-term play.  I use a combination of a higher simplified playing strategies and betting strategies that adjust the size of your bets depending on how the video poker machine is paying off.  This Profit Directed Betting is the key to winning at video poker on a short-term basis.

Even though the short-term playing strategies are much simpler than their long-term counterparts, they give up very little in gaining an edge over the video poker game.  Unless you are interested in becoming a professional video poker player and spending a great amount of time playing video poker, learning the long-term or professional playing strategies will not be worth your effort.

Short-term players also have more flexibility in how they play the games.  I will explain all of this in greater detail and give you plenty of information so that you can decide what kind of player you want to be. 

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Evaluating Video Poker Hands

Evaluating and playing video poker hands is different than playing conventional poker.  Here is our guide to evaluating and playing video poker hands!

Expected Values of Video Poker Hands

Assume that you are dealt a hand of: 5©6©7©8§8¨.  This hand is either a low pair, a four card straight, a three-card straight flush or we could even discard all of the cards and draw five new ones.  You will play this hand differently dependent upon which version of video poker you are playing.  Read on to learn why expected values lie behind every video poker decision.

Types of Video Poker Games

There are three broad types of video poker games.  The version you choose can can a tremendous effect on your ability to win.  Read about it here.

The Mechanics of Video Poker Play

Would you like to play video poker but are a little unsure of exactly how to do it without making mistakes?  Here are the basics.

Playing Trends in Video Poker

Trends are a fact of life in gambling.  They occur in virtually every gambling game ever devised.

Blackjack dealers go on streaks and win nearly every hand.  At other times, the dealers bust hand after hand.

Roulette wheels repeat some numbers with much greater frequency than expected and other numbers are not hit at all.

And video poker machines will go into a streak mode where a large number of higher paying hands are made in a short time period.  At other times, the machines have periods of almost no winning hands. 

Here's critical info about playing trends in video poker.

Jacks or Better Short-term Playing Strategy

Here is a Jacks or Better Playing Strategy developed for short-term play that you may use it for long-term play as well giving up only a few hundreds of a percent of potential return.

Jacks or Better Strategy

Deuces Wild Short-term Playing Strategy

Like the Jacks or Better games, the Deuces Wild game uses a 52-card deck. Here is the optimum strategy for shot-term play.

Deuces Wild Strategy

Joker Wild Short-term Playing Strategy

There are two strategies for the Joker Wild games –

One for Ace-King (Kings or Better) and an alternative strategy for Two Pair and Double Joker Poker.

Ace-King (Kings or Better) needs a minimum hand of a pair of Kings to quality and Two Pair and Double Joker Poker need two pair to quality. 

Joker Wild Strategy



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