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|Tip #2 : Element of Risk
There are 311,875,200 ways to choose 5 cards out of 52, with regard to the order chosen. The total amount the player would lose, assuming perfect strategy, over all possible combinations is 10,933,344. The house edge is defined as the average player loss to the minimum bet, or 10,933,344/311,875,200 = 3.5056792%. The total amount bet over all combinations is 384,256,512. The "element of risk" is defined as the average loss to the average bet or 10,933,344/384,256,512 = 2.8453243%.
|Tip #3 : Letting all bets ride?
The biggest mistake most players make is letting all bets ride on a pair of 9s or lower. The game only pays for 10s or better, so holding a 'small' pair isn't justified by the possibility of getting trips or something more. You should let bet #1 ride only on the following hands (which will be the 3 cards dealt to you):
1. A Pair of 10s or Better
3. A Three-Card Royal
4. A Three-card Straight Flush or Inside Straight Flush
Let bet #2 ride only on the following hands (which will be the three cards dealt to you, along with the first community card):
1. A Pair of 10s or Better
3. Three-of -a-Kind
4. A 4-card Straight (with both 'ends' open)
5. A 4-card Flush
6. A 4-card Straight Flush (any type)
7. Four High Cards
9. A 4-card Royal
You can see that it's possible to have a hand where you've pulled bet #1, but would let bet #2 ride, like 3 high cards which are dealt to you. You should pull back bet #1, but if the first community card is also a high card, you'd have either an inside straight draw, or the possibility of pairing one of the cards, so you'd let #2 ride.
Played this way, the house still has a 2.8% edge over you and that's pretty stiff.
|Tip #4 : How to bet
The player opens a round by placing three identical bets on the betting circles. The player is dealt three cards and the dealer places two community cards in the center of the table, face down. Based on the favorability of the three hole cards, the player can withdraw the first bet or "let it ride" and leave it on the table. The dealer then reveals the first community card. Now the player decides whether to withdraw the second bet. The second community card is then revealed and the hand is scored. Note that the third bet stays on the table with no option to withdraw. Also note that withdrawing the second bet is independent of what was done with the first.
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