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A Poker Players Dream

Posted: 3/2/2012 9:00:00 AM by Casino.Net
Related: Gambling, Pai Gow Poker, Poker Tournaments, Games, Caribbean Stud Poker
Poker Choices at Casino.Net

Finding an online casino that offers you a variety of games including your favorite games and lots of competition can be difficult. Often one site has lots of games and very little competition or lots of competition due to lack of game choices. If you're looking for an online casino with lots of games—especially poker games—then look no further than Casino.Net!


If poker is your game of choice then you'll be happy to know that you can find traditional poker games, fun and unique games and even lesser known poker games that will soon be new favorites!...

Baccarat Cards - What Do They Mean?

Posted: 11/4/2011 by Casino.Net
Related: How to play, Baccarat, Games, Table Games, Gambling
Before you decide to play Baccarat at Casino.net you need to know the value for all the cards. Without this knowledge you'll be at a disadvantage compared to other players. The aim of Baccarat is to bet on which hand you think comes closet to 9, which is why card values are essential to this game.

The rules of Baccarat are quite simple, but what makes this a unique table game is that no matter how many players are at a table only 2 hands are dealt. One hand goes to the banker and the other goes to the player. You may find this unsettling at first, but this oddity in the game keeps the house advantage pretty low, which means you have a better chance of decreasing the house edge.

What Face Cards Mean

The suit of the cards is not relevant in the game of Baccarat so only the numbers assigned to each card matters. Face cards like queens, kings and...

Caribbean Stud: Chopping the House Advantage

Posted: 10/28/2011 8:19:16 AM by Casino.Net
Related: How to play, Games, Caribbean Stud Poker
The best way to chop the house advantage over you is to play clever. In Caribbean Stud, playing clever means only playing winnable hands and folding all unwinnable hands. Playing every hand will increase the house advantage over you, because the more hands you play the more hands you will lose. 

Never play a hand that is less than the dealer's qualifying hand, because it's a surefire loser. Betting with anything less than A/K, the best you can hope for is that the dealer doesn't qualify and you get even money.

Pay attention to the dealer's up card because it will provide you with clues about how to bet before you reveal your cards. Many Caribbean Stud poker strategies require the player to act conditional to what is in his hand plus the dealer's hand.  Any player that doesn't base at least part of their action on the up card of the dealer is playing to...

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