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Which will be the suitable game?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by Amanda, Jan 29, 2008.

    Jan 29, 2008
  1. Amanda

    Amanda Dormant account

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    Hi to all the members of this forum what I want to ask that as I am a new user of the game and don't know which will be the suitable game in casino to start with? Help me out.
     
  2. Jan 29, 2008
  3. Edward D. Wood

    Edward D. Wood Dormant account

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    Hi Amanda

    First of all: "Hi and Welcome"
    Well...your question. Don`t get me wrong but,...imagine you go into a shoppingmall and you ask a salesman...what is the best "buy".

    It depends on what you want to play....Cards, Slots, Poker, Videopoker, Keno, Dices..and all the other stuff.
    My advice - download some accredited Microgaming casino software and start playing in fun mode.(or from 3Dice, Wagerlogic)
    Get a feeling of what "thrills" you most, what comforts you the best.
    Test each and every game. READ ALL THE FACTS, TERMS AND RULES!!

    And then start SLOWLY playing playing for real.

    I hope this helps a bit - as I am sure there will come more answers, with more information that gives you a more detailed picture.

    Greetings
    Edward
     
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  5. SlotMonster

    SlotMonster SoftSwiss Representative webmeister

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    And DO NOT PLAY at ANY CASINO from ROGUE list!!!
     
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  7. SlotsWizard

    SlotsWizard Dormant account webmeister

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    For most games, the easier they are to play, the worse a bet they become.

    However, with Microgaming software, you don't really need to know strategy for very many games because most of them have a built-in AutoPlay feature which will play the game with computer-perfect strategy.

    So, I would recommend starting out with a Microgaming casino - probably in free mode to begin with - and get a feel for the games. For most of them you will need to click on the "Expert" button to make the AutoPlay buttons become available.
     
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  9. aksana

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    My first game was Blackjack, because I knew it very well, but if you don't know how to play it or you are not sure that it's the best game for you I recommend you to try all games in the practice mode where you will be able to try your skills in all games for free.
     
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  11. BingoT

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    Yes the Free Mode is the best way to go at first.
    You will get the feel of everything in practice.
    But most I say start out is with Blackjack I think.
    Whatever you may pick I wish you the very best of luck.
    B-T
     

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