All about Casinos 




Surprise! As played in Nevada, bingo is one of the best bets around. Gaming revenue reports from this state reveal that casinos only keep about 1.7 percent of the bingo money they handle.

This game is often used as a "loss leader" to attract slot players, and casinos often pay out more than they collect during many sessions of play. Although the odds of winning a "coverall" game (matching all twenty-four numbers on a card from forty-eight numbers called) are almost 800,000 to 1, the chances of winning smaller payoffs are reasonably good.

The best strategy is to select playing sessions that have fewer numbers of players. Casino personnel will tell you which playing sessions tend to be less crowded. Since payoffs are usually preset and are not altered by the number of participants, your chances of winning increase as the number of competitors decrease.

Two warnings: Playing multiple cards only slightly increases your chances of winning, so weigh the cost of additional cards against a very minimal gain in win probability. Also, bingo rules outside of Nevada are generally much more advantageous to the bingo hall, making this game go from good to ugly real fast!

Use these links to help find what you're looking for!
The beauty of poker is that on the surface it is a game of utter simplicity, yet beneath the surface it is profound, rich, and full of subtlety. Because poker basic rules are so simple, anyone can learn poker in a few minutes, and novice players may even think they're pretty good after a few hours. From the expert's point of view, the veneer of simplicity that deludes so many players into thinking they're good is the profitable side of the game's beauty. It doesn't take long for pool players or golfers to realize they're outclassed and to demand that a match be handicapped, but losers in poker return to the table over and over again, donating their money and blaming their losses on bad luck, not bad play
copyrights © 2005 all rights reserved.