In the last column, I will talk about the collection of previous digest slot gambling problems that my friend gave me. And I discuss doing stupid things between bad beats and handballs like that in a John Vauhaus column.
In another well-informed edition, columnist John Feeney is investigating the common mistakes of erroneous beliefs about slot machine misconceptions.
Finney has an interesting personality. While earning his PhD in clinical psychology, he was fascinated by slot machines and eventually became his main focus. In collaboration with slot genius David Sklansky, Feeney wrote “Inside the Gambling Slot Mind: An Essay on Hold’em and the General Concept of Gambling Slots.” Here you can expect a better hand than usual.
Assuming there is no cheating, the cards are dealt from the deck and random. However, even if you catch a bad knock on the river against the opponent’s powerful hand, the cards may fall one after another and become the winner. But in the long run things are unraveling.
There is a psychological factor. When a card benefits you, whether it is confidence in your abilities or perhaps the smile of the slot gods, you will be more confident. The opponent sees it that way, so you will be more careful if you bet aggressively. Your cliffs will be more successful than usual. And Esther Bluff is even more effective.
- “Where good cards are dealt to players, it is expected that good cards will continue to be dealt.”
This may not work and it may seem that you have lost more than a fair share. Watch the winner on the board prepare to leave the game. Before anyone else, announce to the dealer, “When he leaves, I sit in this seat.” Or you could throw a coin, chip, or gift card at the table in front of him as he leaves. I think you are the “seat of fortune”.
Finney called this a “hot sheet idea”. And of course, it’s an all-idea that is unfounded in reality.
There is a better reason to change the table chair. Seats 4, 5, and 6 directly opposite the dealership have a good view of the board. If you don’t have a vision for 2020, you can use one of these chairs to read the board better. Mistakes can be costly.
Better yet, if the madman is sitting on your left (so you have to act in front of him), moving directly to his left seat will give you a huge advantage. .. Then, if the maniac steps in front of you, you can now bounce back to make a bigger pot for your monster’s hand. Alternatively, you can fold the border to store a lot of chips.
3 Another fallacy, Finney, cites as “certain dealers give you more (or less) profit bonus138 than other dealers.”
Unless there is collusion (cheating) between the dealer and the player, there is no basis for this assumption. Many players prefer to avoid certain error-prone dealers. Unfortunately, there are some gambling agents who visit