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Former math teacher Boyd's guide to winning bucketfuls of change is not for the casual casino-goer: readers will come across sentences like "the mathematically correct way to play any dealt hand is based on the stated payout table in conjunction with statistical probabilities"; be required to keep straight variances, expected returns and expected values (some are percentages; some are currency equivalents); and learn how to read seemingly cryptic charts before sinking their teeth into the meat of Boyd's strategies. But, for the left-brained set, Boyd's book is a boon: she excels in breaking down which hands to play, which types of video poker games offer better chances of payouts for large and small bankrolls, betting strategies and the different types of casinos and games readers can expect to find across the country. Readers who already know their way around a Harrah's will want to skip the sections dealing with gambling addiction, budgets and casino etiquette and cut to the discreetly pocketable payout charts and the approximately 40 pages Boyd dedicates to strategy. Savvy video poker players could win back the cover price in a night.
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Linda Boyd spent many years as a mathematics educator―a career that proved valuable in helping her design the statistical tactics included in this book, and present them in a way that is easy to understand even for the “mathematically challenged.” After years of playing blackjack and live poker, Ms. Boyd turned to the more profitable game of video poker.
Great insight into video poker. Tried in Laughlin and Prescott AZ.Published 14 days ago by james moushon
This book is basically for the novice video poker player. Too much on the details of each game and not how to beat it.Published 1 month ago by Martin F Vittitow
I love this book! I wanted to learn how to play Video Poker because I kept reading that playing it is a lot better than playing the slot machines. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Balbina C. Nepomuceno
This is a great book on Video Poker! I didn't know how to play poker let alone Video Poker. I became interested because it is said that the odds of winning are a lot better than... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessica Adin
A wealth of knowledge. Not just playing technique, but also technical information. I always suspected that some machines were not random, this book tells you how and where to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Good.
Great book to learn VP. Well written. Strategy cards were included.Published 5 months ago by Peter D
Great Price, Lightning Fast Delivery, High Recommended Seller-thank you again !!!!!!!Published 7 months ago by Plymouth