Double Double Bonus Poker (DDB) is the most popular poker game in the country. This is because in addition to royal flush it may outweigh some big dividends. This will bring the player into the game. Unfortunately, there are a few pitfalls to play DDB, which most players do not recognize.
Table 1 summarizes various payroll plans of DDB that you are likely to encounter. The first thing to jump out is the payment amount for the four kinds of hands. In particular, if the fifth card in your hand (“kicker”) is a specific card, they are quite a big payment.
For example, a 4 Ace dividend is 160 times the wager, but if the kicker is 2, 3, 4, the dividend will jump to 400 coins. Likewise, two, three, four four payouts from 80 to 160 coins bet on ACE, 2, 3, or 4 (the refund amount is 2,000 pounds). 4 Kicker. These mini jackpots are magnets that attract players to this game.
What most players do not understand is the greater payment at the price. Unnamed: Two couple’s dividends are just the same money (or one to one). This is a much more volatile game by transferring part of the payment of the game from two more frequent pairs to a small number of four at a time.
Tabl 1 also summarizes ERs in different DDB payment plans (at the bottom of each column). For the best DDB games, 10 coins at the full house and 6 coins per coin are paid (see Table 1). The expected rate of return (ER) of 10/6 DDB is 100.07%, and if you play perfectly, players will have small advantages in front of the house.