What is Class II Gaming?
There are hundreds of jurisdictions in the world with Internet access and hundreds of different games and gambling opportunities available on the Internet. It's like reading only the happy parts of a book and skipping over the sad parts. In a Class II terminal using a video poker interface, playing skill is futile because the result of your hand is already predetermined by the pattern of the winning bingo game. The keys are to be consistent and contemporaneous. Changing bingo cards on Class II slot machines. It's possible but I suspect if the machine doesn't receive a "pay" within x amount of time it'll go into a tilt. A video poker machine with a coin max bet.
A Brief History
Each draw of the cards in a class III game is random. The results can be determined based on the odds of completing the hands. Therefore, the class III video poker player needs to know the best way to save cards in order to obtain the best results. Saving properly will increase the amount returned by the game. Play improperly will reduce the amount returned. No skill is required for class II games.
The player will win whatever the central server determines. Generally only Indian casinos have class II games. This dates back to the start of Indian casino gambling in when the Seminole Indians opened bingo gambling parlors in Florida. Many lawsuits, regulations, laws, and more later, federally recognized tribes can operate casinos under federal rules as long as the states allow the type of gambling. Most states had allowed bingo type gambling sponsored by churches, so Indian casinos could also do it.
Some other highlights of Indian casino gambling: National Indian Gaming Commission www. My advice to you? If you are serious about video poker play and you want to maximize your return, avoid class II games like the plague. You might as well play the slot machines. May all your wins be swift and large and all your losses slow and tiny. His new book is "Everything Casino Poker: Kaplan is the network's managing editor.
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These are to bingo what video poker is to live poker. Only the underlying odds to be used by the software via an RNG are the same as the original game. Everything else is different. Because these games must be networked, and because the virtual games are happening continuously and simultaneously, it is not good to think that you're playing against the other players. I play as if I'm playing with the other players, against the house. You ride waves up and down. If the thing is dead, you leave.
If it's hot, you stay. Most of my handpays have been on these machines, BTW. Last edited by Moneybags; at Originally Posted by Moneybags. Only the underlying odds to be used by the RNG are the same as the original game.
Wow, thanks for all the responses, this if very fascinating to me. I guess I would be tempted to watch my bingo card instead of the slot screen. What are regular casinos considered to be class 3? I never knew slotting could be so complicated. Originally Posted by Slotdiva. Moneybags, thanks for the explanation. I'm intrigued by the idea of the bingo card but wouldn't like the pressure of having to decide to change it in for a new one I guess I'll just have to stick to the Vegas style slots in my area.
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