K-man's pogo.com Informational Pages
The purpose of these pages is to provide you with information about the great games at pogo.com. Here you'll find in-depth information about your favorite games as well as hints and tips that will help you play better and smarter and earn more tokens.
If you enjoy games but you haven't yet ventured to pogo.com, you're missing out on some fun! pogo.com has games for everyone, from games you can play by yourself or with another person on the internet to casino-style "rooms/tables" where you play against the computer, but at the same time also chat with other pogo players.
I've played many of the games offered on pogo.com; these pages represent
my experiences, observations and opinions about the games. In some
cases, I have spent time collecting data and I present information
about the data I have collected.
First, if you're interested in a pogo.com page for a particular game, start here:
Second, if you just want to quickly figure out which casino-style games offer the best winnings in terms of tokens per hour, search no longer! Here's the answer, in order of most-profitable to least-profitable (based on my experiences and the data I've collected):
|Game||Average win rate
|Keno (10 numbers covered)||34 tickets per hour (on average)|
I hope you'll read the rest of this introductory page also...
There are lots of reasons you might want to play the games on pogo.com:
Please note that I am primarily writing from the perspective
of "A" above: "How can I win the most tokens?" on pogo.com. The answer
is in the table above--Turbo21 currently gives you the best token win rate per hour.
Secondarily, most of these pages concentrate on stats,
odds and mathematics.
I believe that all the games on pogo.com are "true" games, meaning
that I believe cards are randomly shuffled, the roulette ball hits
each number with equal frequency in the long run, keno numbers come
up randomly, etc. I have found no evidence to the contrary on pogo's
site (although I have seen blatant odds-fixing on other gaming sites).
For more information, you can check out my fairness web page.