It is kind of the sweet middle spot statistically speaking; Meaning that lower value hands should be folded and Q/6/4 and higher value hands should be called to maximise profit.
I get the hand thing, but Google couldn’t help me out with one thing. Online Sure. Basically that particular hand and higher value hands are more likely to beat the dealer’s hand than to loose to it. The edge the casino gets on players that bet on the pair plus hands isn’t that huge; a bit less than one percent. It is still an advantage for the casino however and the point of this basic strategy is to minimise the casino’s edge. Therefore it is advised to not put down pair plus bets. Hey I got a question. I put out 50 chips and 50 after that, but on the last one I put out 10. So when I won I only won 20 chips total
Ohhhhh ok 2.5% of your stack is a good sustainable bet. So when you call you are betting 5% of your stack. In The Clouds The pair plus bet is put there by the casino to trick the players. The reality is that if you always put money down for the pair plus hands you end up losing money on the long run.
Call with Q/6/4 or higher hands. What’s a solid ante amount to place? All the math and further explanations can be found via the provided link. I’m sure that some of you already know this or have had the idea of finding out for yourselves, but there are two simple rules when it comes to cutting down the casino’s edge to as low as possible in three card poker. If you are interested in the math behind click here. What’s the question?
What determines when say a diamond is lower than a spade? or something like that?… Can you please explain the Q/6/4 part I have looked at the linked website but I still do not understand Don’t give your chips up easily! 😉 Don’t make the pair plus bets.