17th June 2007, 02:44 AM
VideoPoker Microgaming which is the best version?
I 'm confused, to many version of vp on microgaming casino
which preferred you ?
Jacks or better, all aces, poker joker, dueces wild...
Thanks for your answers
17th June 2007, 05:06 AM
It depends how you define "best."
Originally Posted by athlone64
All Aces has the lowest house edge among the choices... <0.1%; but it also has the highest variance, no autohold, and limited bet sizes.
Jacks or Better has the next lowest house edge and all the usual MG features. Several of the other games are JoB variations with higher payouts for rare hands.
If you prefer wild card games, Deuces Wild is a decent choice. Note that 1-play has a different pay table and much higher house edge than the multi-play Deuces Wild. Joker Poker, Deuces & Joker, and Double Joker are also wild card games.
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17th June 2007, 10:07 AM
I agree with AKA. Those two have the best house edge and Deuces Wild's 1-hand paytable is poor. Tens Or Better is worth a look on this front as someone pointed out recently the multi-hand version doesn't penalise you for playing less than maximum coins.
Tens Or Better aside, always play maximum coins (5) - it's the golden rule.
My favourites are Double Double Bonus Poker and Deuces Wild playing 50-hand version. You need a bigger starting bankroll playing 50 (or 100) hands, but it does reduce the variance so you'll play for longer and see decent wins more frequently obviously.
The 4-hand versions are popular too.
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17th June 2007, 01:57 PM
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