Web Casino Sucker Wagers — Part II

  • Progressive side wagers: Games such as Caribbean Stud Poker commonly contain one of these. You normally put a wager ($1 is the normal amount) to try to win a side jackpot that could reach $25,000. Although huge jackpots like this are very tempting, they are also particularly complicated to succeed. You would need to get a Royal Flush in order to win this bet. Also, imagine this- you play 20 hands and put the side wager every time. That’s twenty dollars you should have used towards the actual game bet instead of a sucker wager. Picture what you could have been able to win at a wager with better odds using that 20 dollars.
  • Individual number wagers in Roulette: This is completely true for American Roulette. The reason? American Roulette has two zeroes on the wheel, unlike European Roulette, which has only 1. This shifts the overall house edge from 2percent with a single zero wheel to a huge five% in American. The single number wager has only a 1 in 38 chance of winning, which are very big odds indeed. Bet on even-odd or black-red bets alternately which have a much lower house edge.
  • Keno: Any version of Keno, and anyway you gamble on it, the house edge can be a whopping 25%. No, that isn’t a error. Because of the huge set of numbers you must select, it’s not recommended to gamble on Keno very much. A number of times for enjoyment, perhaps. But don’t spend all your money on it or you will quickly discover yourself broke.
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