Video Poker For winners

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Player422738
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Re: Video Poker For winners

Post by Player422738 »

Hotshooter wrote:
Mon Dec 28, 2020 6:23 am
At what point would you consider practicing on Video Poker for Winners or any other software to be too much practice vs playing without the software where you only get a diminishing return?
If you lose more than what you are supposed to lose in casino, then that’s the time you should play more on training software.

BobDancer
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Post by BobDancer »

Rephrase your question, please, Hotshooter. I don't understand what you are asking.

BobDancer
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Post by BobDancer »

hophoofer wrote:
Wed Dec 30, 2020 10:03 am


If you lose more than what you are supposed to lose in casino, then that’s the time you should play more on training software.
I definitely do NOT agree with this. Whether you win or lose in the short run is largely due to luck --- which will go both ways. Hitting a royal does not mean you get to study less. Going royal-less for a period of time does not mean you need to study more.

Personally I study until I can play a game at the 99.9% accuracy level on the hard hands. I know that's a higher level of accuracy than most of you aspire to, but this is my career. Mistakes cost real money. i've worked hard to build up my bankroll, and at age 73, my best-earning years are behind me. Going broke now would be no fun at all.

Hotshooter
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Post by Hotshooter »

Mr. Dancer, do you recommend practicing using the Video Poker For Winner Test advanced mode feature, or, just put the program on advanced Mode without the test feature?

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