• Progressive side bets: Casino games such as Caribbean Stud Poker regularly have one of these. You typically put a wager (a dollar is the normal amt.) to try to win a bonus jackpot that can be upwards of twenty-five thousand dollars. Although big jackpots like this are particularly tempting, they’re also incredibly complicated to win. You would need to hit a Royal Flush in order to hit this wager. Also, imagine this- you wager twenty hands and make the side bet every time. That’s twenty dollars you should have used towards the real game wager instead of a sucker wager. Picture what you might have been able to win at a bet with greater odds employing that 20 dollars.
  • Single number bets in Roulette: This is particularly true for American Roulette. The reason? American Roulette has 2 0’s on the wheel, as opposed to European Roulette, which has only 1. This takes the complete casino advantage from 2.63percent with one zero wheel to a whopping fivepercent in American. The single number bet has just a one in 38 chance of succeeding, which are very big odds indeed. Bet on even-odd or black-red wagers instead which have a much smaller house advantage.
  • Keno: Any variation of Keno, and regardless of how you play it, the house advantage can be a whopping twenty-five percent. No, that is not a typo. Due to the large set of numbers you must pick, it is not advisable to wager on Keno to often. A couple of times for entertainment, perhaps. But don’t spend all your cash on it or you’ll quickly find yourself bankrupt.
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