A sequel to terror: Scary Rich 2

October 27th, 2008

We are just a few days away from another Halloween. There won’t be much surprise in kid’s candy bags and costumes, maybe some new Obama and McCain masks will be wandering about. However, what about grown-up fun? What’s new this Halloween?

A terrifying but ultimately fun new video slot machine has been launched today. The anticipated sequel to one of the internet’s most popular slot games is here: SCARY RICH 2!

Never-before seen graphics and animations full of scary characters turn Scary Rich 2 into the perfect Halloween treat. The new exciting video slot game has 5 reels with 20 betting lines. As the reels turn spooky sound effects echo in the background. Animated expanding wild icons multiply winnings up to 13 times and 3 Werewolves icons give out 13 free spins and expanding wild icons multiply winnings by 3 times!

Now you see, Halloween is not only for kids. Log in now at Superior Casino to get the thrill of your life!

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Progressive-Mania at Superior Casino!

October 21st, 2008

Week after week Superior Casino has a new surprise for everyone.

Announcing the new Progressive Slot Machine: STRIKE GOLD!

A golden opportunity for those looking to hit a big jackpot. The progressive jackpot starts at $5,000 and increases according to the wagers that are played on Rival’s progressive jackpot network. Strike Gold is a 3-reel slot machine, with Bars, Gold Coins, Gold Pots and Strike Gold Jackpot icons. The Strike Gold icons serve as a wild symbol substituting other symbols.

We will keep you posted for the first winner of this new slot machine! When Major Moolah was released in Rival’s Progressive Network, a player at Superior Casino was the very first to hit the progressive jackpot. Will it be the same for the new STRIKE GOLD?

A Stroke of Luck can change your life, join us now at Superior Casino!

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The ultimate Caribbean Stud Poker Strategy

October 16th, 2008

The ultimate Caribbean Stud Poker Strategy
by Jean Real

You’ve probably seen those big poker tournaments on TV, such as the World Series of Poker, and you’re really wondering how hard it can be to compete at poker with other players. We have to tell you, Poker is an art to be learned and before you head out to a big poker tournament you should have a good strategy base. The best way to get acquainted with the game is by playing Video Poker which is similar to poker but you don’t have to “compete” with other players. Another game which can help you practice is Caribbean Stud Poker. This is the game we want to focus on today.

Caribbean Stud Poker is an incredibly easy game to play and win at. As you may know, for any Stud Poker game you do not need to draw for new cards. You play according to the initial deal of cards. This is similar to Texas Hold’em in which you simply play and bet according to the cards dealt without being able to exchange or discard any card. The game begins by placing an Ante bet before any cards are dealt. The dealer deals 5 cards for himself and 5 cards for the player. The dealer’s cards are all face-down except one.

Here’s where you practice you poker skills. Your 5 cards need to be better than the dealer’s in order to win the game. For the game to continue you must place a second bet twice the amount of the ANTE Bet. If you feel your cards are not good enough, then fold you hand and play a new one. The Ante Bet is lost in this case.

Now if you have a good hand then place the second bet and you’ll go against the dealer’s hand. If you have a better hand than the dealer’s the Ante Bet pays 1:1 and the second Bet according to the Caribbean Stud Poker Pay Table if the dealer has at least an Ace and King:

Poker hand/Payout
Royal Flush/ 800:1
Straight Flush/ 200:1
Four of a Kind/ 25:1
Full House/10:1
Flush/7:1
Straight/5:1
Three of a Kind/3:1
Two Pair/2:1
Pair/1:1
High Card /1:1

When should you raise the bet? Very simple, we have a solid Caribbean Stud Poker strategy for you:

If you have at least a Pair in your hand, raise the bet.
If you have less than the dealer’s qualifying hand (Ace/King) fold the bet.
If you have Ace and King, raise the bet only if you have a Jack or Queen as your third highest card

This Caribbean Stud Strategy will make you fold many hands but that’s better than losing both the Ante and Second bet when having a bad hand. It is a proven technique to help you get the best results with the minimum risk for the player.

Log in now at Superior Casino and try to reach those top paying poker hands.

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The New Video Slot: Gobbler’s Gold

October 10th, 2008

We are still a few weeks from the juicy gravy-covered Thanksgiving turkey but Superior Casino will prepare the mood with the new Video Slot game: Gobbler’s Gold.

Beautiful animations and pleasant music make Gobbler’s Gold a sure hit for video slot fans. The new game has 20 betting lines, 5 reels furnished with 2, 3, 4 or 5 times multiplier Turkeys, Free Spins Pilgrims that can deliver up to 100 free spins at a 3x multiplier rate for winnings; and finally, a fun new bonus round when you get three or more Mayflower ships on one spin. The bonus round is quite simple to play and delivers huge jackpot wins. Players must find hidden turkeys inside 15 plump pumpkins. Each hidden turkey will have a secret prize up to 10,000 coins!

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The Optimal Jacks or Better Strategy

October 9th, 2008

The Optimal Jacks or Better Strategy
by Jean Real

Jacks or Better is one of the video poker games with the highest payout percentages. The Jacks or Better game at Superior Casino pays back at a surprisingly high 99.54%. Now, you are probably thinking this can’t be true because the last time you played you were not that lucky. Fear not, I know exactly what might be the problem and I’m here to help you get those high pay rates with Superior Casino’s Jacks or Better.

Jacks or Better or any other video poker machine is a game of skill. The player must know exactly what to do in every situation in order to get the best results. Choices may be hard sometimes, when there are two attractive sets of cards to hold in a hand but obviously you must make a choice and hold one option. Such is the case when you have two high cards (jacks or higher) of the same rank (which will give you a payout of 1:1 on Jacks or Better) but you also have another “kicker” card (a face card or Ace). Most players feel inclined to hold the “kicker” card with the winning pair but this is a mistake. How do we know? Very simply, we run a computer program to analyze the probabilities of the deal based on the cards you hold. If you hold just the pair, you have higher chances of getting a three-of-a-kind than a two pair by holding the “kicker” card.

With that said, we have run the computer program to give us a list of the best card combinations to hold. This is called an Optimal Video Poker Strategy, in this case for Jacks or Better. To get the best results simply look at your 5 cards dealt. Try to match any of these cards or all of them to the hand combination HIGHEST on the list below.

1. Royal Flush
2. Straight Flush
3. Four of a Kind
4. Hold 4 cards to a Royal Flush
5. Full House
6. Flush
7. Three of a Kind
8. Straight
9. Hold 4 cards to a Straight Flush
10. Two Pair
11. High Pair
12. Hold 3 cards to a Royal Flush
13. Hold 4 cards to a Flush
14. Hold 4 unsuited Ten, Jack, Queen and King
15. Low pair (2’s through 10’s)
16. Hold 4 cards to an outside Straight (with 2 high cards)
17. Hold 3 cards to a Straight Flush
18. Hold 2 suited Queen and Jack
19. Hold 4 cards to an inside Straight (with 4 high cads)
20. Hold 2 suited King/Queen or King/Jack
21. Hold 2 suited Ace/King, Ace/Queen or Ace/Jack
22. Hold 4 cards to an inside Straight (with 3 high cards)
23. Hold 3 unsuited King, Queen, Jack
24. Hold 2 unsuited Queen and Jack
25. Hold 2 suited Jack and Ten
26. Hold 2 unsuited high cards with King as highest
27. Hold 2 suited Queen and Ten
28. Hold 2 unsuited high cards with Ace as highest
29. Hold 1 Jack
30. Hold 2 suited King and Ten
31. Hold 1 Queen
32. Hold 1 King
33. Hold 1 Ace
34. If none of the above, discard all and draw for five new cards

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