|2 days||Shelonda S.||$1,566||Game On|
|3 days||Charles W.||$3,356||Dark Knight|
|5 days||Michael B.||$1,500||All American M-H|
|7 days||Rachel F.||$1,200||Game On|
|7 days||Jonathan S.||$2,372||Dark Knight|
|9 days||Craig L.||$4,162||Game On|
|10 days||Nadera C.||$1,460||Alice in Wonderland|
|10 days||Michelle H.||$2,239||Hot Hit|
|1 hour||Diane H.||270x bet||Wild West|
|1 hour||Francisco G.||230x bet||Magic Spells|
|1 hour||Xiomara C.||316x bet||Gangster Affair|
|1 hour||Daniel O.||322x bet||Neon Reels|
|1 hour||Vicki M.||280x bet||Pyramid Plunder|
|1 hour||Wayne M.||200x bet||Alice in Wonderland|
|1 hour||Niki R.||250x bet||Dream Catcher|
|2 hrs||Deborah T.||350x bet||Wild West|
Casino Games: Video Poker Tips (Part 7)
With any type of casino games gambling, it's important to have a money management system in place. It's even more important to actually follow the plan. Following through on your well-laid plans is certainly no easy task, but it's important to train yourself and do what you know is right. Below you will find some helpful tips to help you manage your money when playing video poker slot machine games.
1. Set a Loss Limit
It is important to set what many people call a "loss limit". Basically, a loss limit is just the maximum amount of money you are willing to lose. Let's face it: video poker is gambling, so of course there's a risk of losing real money. Your job is to make sure you don't lose too much money. It is recommended that you start with a relatively small number, such as $100. You can of course work your way up to higher loss limits, but while you're learning keep it low. It's also a good idea to treat each day you play video poker as a different session.
2. Set a Win Limit
Whenever you're on a winning streak, it's inevitable that you will start losing sooner or later. So, before you start playing, decide on a win limit. If you reach your limit but still want to play, you should withdraw the amount you're up, and just start over with what you put in originally. That way you get to play for much longer, but you will definitely end the night with a nice chunk of change.
3. Take Breaks
It's always a good idea to take breaks, no matter what you're doing. While playing video poker casino games, set a timer or just pay attention to the time. Play for a predetermined amount of time, then take a break. The amount of time is up to you, but it would be a good idea to start low, like 15-30 minutes. When the timer rings or your time runs out, get up, walk around, and clear your head. This helps in many ways, and generally makes you enjoy the game better. It's even better if you can actually walk around for a while, go outside, etc. especially if you're not used to spending much time on the computer.
4. Keep Track Of Winnings/Losses
If you play video poker casino games regularly, it's a good idea to keep a tally of all your winnings and losses. I don't mean that you should write down each and every hand you win - just your overall winnings/losses after a day of playing. If you do this every time you play, you will be able to look back over the days, weeks, and months and see how much video poker is doing to your financials. If you notice that you're consistently losing money over time, then you would be wise to reconsider the way you play. If you're consistently winning, you know that you're doing everything right!
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