Mississippi Stud Game Free or select to play for Real Money
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Mississippi Stud is a well-liked and a simple poker-based table game by Scientific Games. If you’re into polishing your skills while having good fun, this Java-based online trainer might be just the right thing — it allows you to play free for up to $50,000.
The PGA is our in-house developed feature that advises you on your best plays. Working like a pop-up window in your browser, it lets you know when your move might be a risky one. You can turn it on/off by selecting the checkbox “Warn on strategy errors” atop of the game screen, and you can switch between two modes while you play.
For you to make the best of it, we highly recommend reading the Wizard’s Mississippi Stud introduction. Once you get a grip at rules, strategy, paytables, and analysis, the only other decision you have to make is whether you’ll play with or without our Personal Game Advisor.
Paytable is neatly set on the right side of the screen and is quite self-explanatory.
On the bottom of the screen is a control strip that lets you set up all parameters of the game and provides for all relevant information. There is a balance field, chips and wager info, control buttons, and win amount.
Start your game...
...by making the ante bet with chips in denominations ranging from $5, $25, $100, and $500. You’ll notice yellow borders encircling them when selected. You can increase ante in each value by a single click —for $200 bet, click twice on ante field with $100 chip selected. The maximum ante is $1,000.
Two buttons — Deal and Clear — are used to direct game moves once you’ve set your ante.
When the five cards are dealt, you’ll get two of them with face up and three with face down. Your control buttons will be replaced by four optional ones: Fold, Bet 1x, Bet 2x, and Bet 3x.
If you decide to bet, one community card will be turned over. Once you’ve examined it, you can proceed by selecting one of the offered bets. If you do so, the next community card will be turned over. In doing so, you actually have a possibility to go from 2nd Street bets all the way up to 5th Street or to fold whenever you deem proper.
When the hand ends
There will be two temporary control buttons displayed: Repeat and Clear. By pressing the former you reload previous bet settings, while by pressing the later you put yourself in the position to set a new bet.
Once the hand is dealt you can see information about the outcome right below your wagers. In case of a win, you get the info that correlates to items on the Pay Table.
This version of Mississippi Stud is quite funny and exciting to play. All relevant information is always visible, the game flow is smooth, it all develops rather quickly, and you always keep control by rather simple and intuitive command buttons.
The Personal Game Advisor works neatly and non-intrusive. While it may not always be right, it is in a number of cases which makes it a useful learning tool.
The game itself may show its volatile side on larger bets. It is quite enticing to win a large sum, particularly when betting on $500 and going all the way up to the 5th street, although, admittingly, it is much more fun to do so knowing that none of it would be applicable to real life scenario.
In any case, this online trainer is an exciting and valuable option for any type of player.
For entry-level guys, it is a nice opportunity to feel the table, options, best plays, overall vibe and mood of the game.
For advanced players, it is quite an interesting tool to improve on their game, learn new stuff (particularly when supported by Wizard’s analytical skills), and to simply train to be better without having to use real money.
Regardless of your skills level, always approach your games in a responsible and safe manner so you can have great fun while you’re at it. On our behalf, we wish you very best of luck in doing so.