Hint #1 - Blackjack: Doublin' Ire
By far, the most common card value in Blackjack is 10 (4/13 have that value). When you have a total of 11, you can't bust and aare in a good place to double. Don't forget, however, that a low value card (2, 3, 4, etc.) can still come up.
Hint #2 - Texas Hold 'Em: Commune With The Hand
Look for specific hands that could come from the community cards. For example, if there's a 3-4-5-6 in the pot, don't bet high unless you've got a 2 or 7. Also, remember that your opponents could also have a 7 (or a 2) in hand, so be careful.
Hint #3 - Texas Hold 'Em & 7 Card Stud: Poker-A-Boo
Bluffing is hugely important in poker. Remember that even though poker on the Nintendo DS isn't with real cards, players within view of you can STILL see your face (and, if you're REALLY not carful, your Nintendo DS screen)!
Hint #4 - 7 Card Stud: Mine... All Mine!
When playing 7 Card Stud, remember that there are no community cards, so all of your cards are yours (and yours alone). If you hold cards, nobody else can use them.
Hint #5 - 7 Card Stud: Well, Lookee Wut We Got 'Ere!
Remember that while players have some cards face up, they're only half (plus 1) of their cards. It is a good idea, though, to notice what's face up. That way, you don't sit there hoping for a card to come up that an opponent(s) already has.
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