• Progressive side wagers: Casino games such as Caribbean Stud Poker regularly offer one of these. You usually put a bet (a dollar is the normal amount) to try to win a side jackpot that can be upwards of twenty-five thousand dollars. Although big jackpots like this are particularly alluring, they’re also particularly hard to win. You would have to get a Royal Flush in order to succeed on this wager. Also, imagine this- you play 20 hands and put the side wager each time. That’s twenty dollars you should have used towards the real game bet in place of a sucker wager. Just think about what you could have been able to win at a wager with better odds employing that 20 dollars.
  • Single number wagers in Roulette: This is completely true for American Roulette. Why? American Roulette has two zeroes on the wheel, as opposed to European Roulette, which has only one. This takes the complete house edge from twopercent with a single zero wheel to a whopping 5.26percent in American. The individual number bet has only a one in 38 chance of succeeding, which are very long odds indeed. Try even-odd or black-red bets instead which have a much smaller casino edge.
  • Keno: Any version of Keno, and regardless of how you wager on it, the house advantage can be a huge 25%. No, that is not a error. Because of the huge set of numbers you have to choose, it isn’t advisable to wager on Keno very much. A couple of times for fun, perhaps. But don’t waste all your cash on it or you will immediately find yourself beaten.
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