Casino players, tired of dealers who push cards all-in with nary a hand and bluffs at the pot every 1/2 hour, have had enough. Enough is enough. Enough is enough. Enough is enough. Join the Casino Rewards Program and get paid to play your favorite casino games, get paid to play your favorite casino games, get paid to play at more than one casino, get paid to play at as many casinos as you want, and get paid to play at no limit games. Plus, keep this thing of casino dealers in mind-a dealer can make a NCAA Basketball pick or NASCAR picks, but probably cannot make a NCAA Basketball pick or NASCAR pick better than his or her coworkers, correct? Therein lies the rub. If there is no NCAA Basketball pick or NASCAR pick, there is no money bet on that line. That sure as heck appears to be an NCAA Basketball pick or NASCAR pick. And why not? We go out and try to find the best NBA card we can bet on and the best NHL card we can bet on? Come on, it’s fun to look around for the best NCAA Basketball take or NHL take. Is the answer there? No. It’s really more of an ACC or Big East or Big 10 pick than an NFL pick. It’s funny to look at all those lines together and wonder what the point spread is. Makes you wonder about the logic.
In sports betting, the consensus is often wrong. The more opinion there is to start with, the more one side can win. In expert basketball betting, the consensus is usually wrong. The more expert basketball betting there is, the more one side can win. In expert football betting, the consensus is usually wrong. consensus opinion, in sports betting, is often wrong. Don’t believe me? Just ask those experts to wait for the next NBA or MLB season and see how they do. I’ll be ready to answer any questions you have then.
In expert football betting, the consensus is usually wrong. Don’t believe me? Just ask those experts to wait for the next NBA or MLB season and see how they do. I’ll be ready to answer any questions you have then.
Wait a minute…I still have one more card to go!
Last card: you have or may have made your bet. Either way, at this point you are either going to win and get paid or lose your bet. Either way, we move on to the next round.
The Dealer deals out a burn card, the last card that gives you a chance to burn some more cards and lose less money. This card is called the “turn” or “Fourth Street.”
Now it’s time for the end. A new card is dealt, either by the Dealer, one of the players at your table, or a button. If the new card you are dealt causes the total to go over 21 by bumping the total to 21 or by making the total not 21, you lose the hand and your bet(s). The hand ends when the Dealer deals the last card or the button pays out.
That’s it! You’re better than an expert poker player, you’re ready to play with the big dawgs, and you can’t wait for the next opportunity to test your skills against even more experienced players. But be warned, such an opportunity doesn’t come often. So unless you have an unlimited bankroll to spend, you better save your money for a game of Texas Hold’em poker.