Progressive Video Poker Machine Meters
you would more than likely find familiarity with video poker progressive
machines. Yet, did you ever stop and wonder how they operated, do you
know what the progressive meter movement does?
So when playing video poker and vying away for a massive
jackpot, there are certain circumstances and cases in which the meter
movement is practically the same as landing the jackpot because that may
be just what it does for you.
If the video poker meter is doing such this then three conditions must
First of all there is an unlimited player’s bankroll, which allows for
you to continue playing because you practically never run out of money.
Two, the play time ceases to exist – it lasts forever. Third and most
importantly you don’t have the threat of other players to steal your
wonderful video poker jackpot because its you and the jingling and ready
to be broken video poker machine.
Now, these three conditions can also be applied for video poker teams.
Since under some circumstances one may be able to monopolize a bank of
linked progressives until the jackpot is hit, playing around the clock
and with access to enough funds to see them through the bad runs.
Yet, in spite of all these good things the reality of it is that at
least one of the three conditions in video poker applied is false. This
is analyzing the meter movement ends up being equivalent to receiving
cash back that lead to not the wisest strategy decisions.
To simplify things enough to make them amenable to analysis, while not
distorting things too much, let's assume we are playing a game on a
video poker machines where there are only two possible outcomes – a
winning or a losing jackpot.
The thing in video poker is that how much you will lose is dependent
upon you actual strategy. What some do is they remove all of the
variance from the play because of the non-jackpot hands you’re dealing
A perfect example of this is say your video poker machine’s jackpot is
bouncing at $12,000 there are two different ways in which we will look
at it. The first strategy is considered aggressive where one has little
to nothing chance to winning, but goes for the big royal win. The video
poker player here has a much higher loss rate. Then of course there is
the video poker passive strategy costs only half a dollar per hand, but
has a cycle of 20,000 double that of aggressive strategy.
So, in this video poker play, which strategy is most preferred? It is
said that strategy A, the aggressive strategy, which is the faster.
However, if all three points are applied then strategy P, is the likely
way one should take. This is preferred because there is an infinite
payroll and this is with the expectation that there will be cash back
for video poker.