Pai Gow Poker Tips

I recently went back to playing Pai Gow Poker. I’m enjoying it a lot. A friend offered me a Pai Gow Poker tip that I felt like sharing – he said that it’s important to make your smaller hand a killer hand. That way, he said, your worst case scenario is a push. The thing is, I’m not sure this Pai Gow Poker tip is all that good. For example, you may end up missing out on the possibility of a killer high hand and end up pushing when you could really win.

I’ve been pondering his Pai Gow Poker tip, and I’ve tried playing both ways on one of those free online casino sites. I keep playing both ways. Sometimes I play just by the casino’s advice, and sometimes I stack the low hand, and then sometimes, I just do my own thing by instinct. I’ve been tracking my results, and I’m not sure which way really gets me the most winning hands. It’s hard, when you consider the overall money per hand.

I keep playing Pai Gow, and I’ve played it on different online casino sites, trying to figure out what the best winning method is. But no matter how many times I play, I can’t really figure out whether this Pai Gow Poker tip is really that good.

In general, I’m not a Pai Gow player, but it’s a fun game, compared to baccarat, for example. At least Pai Gow allows you to make your own decisions in the game, and not just wagering decisions. Then again, sometimes it just wears me out, and I’m more in the mood for slots. Slots are great, because they don’t require a lot of thinking, and you can win great jackpots on the progressive slots, but I’ll be writing more about that next time.

In the meantime, I’m going to keep trying more different ways of arranging my Pai Gow hands to see how they work.

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