Free Casino Tips: Improving your Luck at Superior Casino

March 11th, 2013

There's been a moment in every Superior Casino player's online gaming experience when things just don’t seem to go their way. You hit your favorite interactive slot's spin button over and over and nothing happens. You wait for the right cards to fall your way while playing blackjack but they just never do. And you even try your luck with one of our fun Scratch Card games but this isn't really your day.

If you seem to be having and odd day but would love to change things around there are in fact some things that can be done in order to improve your luck!

One of the first things you should definitely try to always keep in mind is that perhaps you've pushed your limit with a particular game. It may be wise for you to switch slot games if perhaps you've been trying to land a juicy prize for the last couple of hours with no luck. Superior Casino offer players hundreds of slot games to choose from in addition to our realistic and always exciting classic table games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Video Poker and many others!

If you're still having issues improving your luck after a long session then it might be the right time to take a break. Remember that just like in brick and mortar casinos there are times when playing just doesn't sit right with that particular day and you decide to head home. When playing online casino games there might be times when it's right to take a break, step away from your computer and enjoy some fresh air which will give you a new perspective and hopefully have lady luck come your way sooner!

Playing Superior Casino games is all about having fun and enjoying yourself. There will be times when you might not win as much as you would hope but just like in live casinos, there will be other times when cashing out your winnings will feel like an every day experience!

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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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Three Card Poker Rules and Strategy

September 16th, 2008

Three Card Poker Rules and Strategy
by Jean Real

This week Superior Casino treats its players with a guide and tips to one of the world’s favorite casino games: Three Card Poker. This game originated in the UK under the name of Brag, a three-card betting game that was played at a fast rate. The game evolved over the last three hundred years and when it was brought to the United States the British game was influenced by Poker, eventually creating a blend between both of them.

Three Card Poker is essentially two games in one, Pair-Plus and Ante. Some casinos oblige the player to make both bets but at Superior Casino it’s completely up to the player. Placing the bet only on the Pair-Plus will increase the speed of the game since you are simply betting on getting a Pair or better poker hand. If your hand does not have a pair, flush, straight, three-of-a-kind or straight flush, the bet is lost.

Pair-Plus bets will win according to this paytable:

Straight Flush
40:1
Three of a Kind
30:1
Straight
6:1
Flush
4:1
Pair
1:1

The Ante game consists of beating the dealer with a stronger three-card poker hand. The dealer is dealt three cards face-down. Players place an Ante bet to see their three cards. To play the game to its end the player must place a second Play bet for the same amount as the Ante bet. If the player feels his or her hand is not strong enough to beat the dealer’s, the player may fold and only the Ante bet is lost. Having a stronger poker hand will pay 1:1 for the Ante bet. The payout is the same for the Play bet, but applies only if the dealer has at least a Queen. If the dealer does not have a Queen kicker or a better hand, the Play bet is returned when the player wins.

Ante bets have an additional bonus payout for the following poker hands:

Straight Flush
5:1
Three of a Kind
4:1
Straight
1:1

There is no strategy for Three-Card Poker if only the Pair-Plus bet is placed. For the Ante bet, the strategy is extremely simple. Mathematical calculations have revealed that the player must only place the second Play bet if dealt at least a Queen, six and four (Q/6/4). Raising the bet on any hand over that, including a Q/7/3 (a 7 kicker is better than a 6), will increase the player’s chances of getting the best results at Three Card Poker.

Don’t waste another minute, log in now to apply your new ThreeCard Poker strategies and tips.

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Letting the fun ride

August 27th, 2008

Letting the fun ride
by Jean Real

Have you ever heard of a casino game that lets you take back your bet in the middle of a game? Yes, its bizarre but those are actually the rules for Let It Ride, a popular casino game that has spread through the world and can now be found in more than 200 casinos worldwide. The game was invented by a gaming corporation called Shuffle Master. Let It Ride or Letem Ride is a simple variation of Poker but playing it does not involve the complexity and skill that normal Poker involves.

To play Let It Ride you must know just a few things about Poker. First of all, you need to understand the paytable. Winning hands are paid in the following order:

Royal Flush 250:1
Straight Flush 50:1
Four of a Kind 25:1
Full House 12:1
Flush 10:1
Straight 8:1
Three of a Kind 3:1
Two Pair 2:1
Tens or Better 1:1

Playing the game is very simple. You place 3 different bets on the table and are dealt 3 cards face up and 2 cards face down. The goal of the game is to complete the strongest 5-card (Poker Hand). After getting your three cards face up you can decide to leave or remove the second bet before seeing the fourth card. Same happens when you want to see the fifth card, you may leave your third bet on the table or take it back. Leaving the bets on the table is what they call letting it ride but you should only do this if you have good chances of completing a paying hand.

Here are a few tips to help you get the best results when you play Let It Ride at Superior Casino.

You should leave the second bet if you have on the first 3 cards the following hands:

Pair of 10s or better
Any 3 suited cards in a row
3 cards to a straight flush with one 10 or better card
3 to a Royal Flush

Let the third bet ride if you have with four cards any of the following hands:

Pair of 10s or better
4 to complete a Royal Flush
4 to a regular flush
4 cards to an open-ended straight (i.e. 4,5,6,7 you can either get a 3 or an 8 to complete the straight)
Any four cards over 10

More tips and strategies to come in the future, only at Superior Casino.

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PaiGow Poker Strategy

August 18th, 2008

PaiGow Poker Strategy
By Jean Real

Paigow poker has been one of the most recent games to enter mainstream casinos and since its recent appearance it has become one of the most popular casino games. The game originated in China and was originally played with tiles or dominoes. As the game was introduced in the West, variations started appearing until the Paigow was paired with Poker. Since 1987, when the game was introduced in Las Vegas and subsequently in Atlantic City, Paigow poker has become a standard casino game. Lets look into what it takes to win at Paigow Poker.

For best results you must apply the House Way strategy but there are different interpretations of what this is. Superior Casino offers an efficient House Way option that you may click on when you play Paigow Poker, helping you decide what the best split for your hand is. Here are some additional tips that can help you win.

How to make a good split? If you get the following cards, heres a safe way to get the best results:

No pair: Place the highest card on the bottom hand and the next highest two on the top hand.

One pair: Place the pair on the bottom hand and the next highest two on the top hand.

Two pair:

Low pairs should be split, unless you have a king or better card to put on the top hand.
A low and medium pair should split, unless you have a king or better card to put on the top hand.
Low and high pair should split, unless you have an ace to put on the top hand.
Two medium pair should split, unless you have an ace for the top hand.
Medium and high pair should always be split
High and high pair should be split

Three pair: Place the two highest pairs on the bottom hand.

Three of a kind: Always place the three-of-a-kind on bottom hand unless they are aces. Then split and put an ace on the top hand.

Straights, Flushes and Royal Flush: Keep these on the bottom hand unless you also have two pair, three pair or three of a kind. Then use the two pair, three pair or three of a kind rule.

Full House: Always split, leaving three-of-a-kind at the bottom and pair on top. Exception: having 2s for pair with Ace and King. Keep the Full House and put Ace/King on top hand.

Four of a kind: Keep if 6s or below. 10s through Kings split always unless you have an Ace to put on the top hand. If four Aces, always split.

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