Elliot Frome

Gaming Today Elliot Frome

Elliot Frome’s roots run deep into gaming theory and analysis. His father, Lenny, was a pioneer in developing video poker strategy in the 1980s and is credited with raising its popularity to dizzying heights. Elliot is a second generation gaming author and analyst with nearly 20 years of programming experience.

Twitter: @gambatria

Email: ElliotFrome@gamingtoday.com

Complex strategy part of video poker

Complex strategy part of video poker

posted on November 28, 2018 by

Winning Strategies | The purpose of the last several columns has been to show that math drives everything in the casino. While the casinos have a macro approach, the player has a more micro approach, generally looking at things in shorter sessions. 

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Players can get math to work for them

Players can get math to work for them

posted on November 21, 2018 by

Winning Strategies | I’ve spent the last couple of weeks discussing how the casinos don’t really gamble, but just provide a means for Players to gamble. At the tables and machines, this happens by taking a macro approach. 

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It’s all about the math

It’s all about the math

posted on November 14, 2018 by

Winning Strategies | Last week, I discussed how casinos don’t actually gamble. But how does this concept of not gambling apply to the table game, video poker or slot portion of the casino business? It’s all about the math.

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Sports books follow casinos' mantra

Sports books follow casinos' mantra

posted on November 07, 2018 by

Winning Strategies | What I’m about to write may be considered one of the greatest oxymorons of all time.  

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Will Push 22 be blackjack's new rage?

Will Push 22 be blackjack's new rage?

posted on October 31, 2018 by

Winning Strategies | Several years ago, when Geoff Hall introduced Blackjack Switch, it had a serious hurdle to overcome. Players would have to accept that if the Dealer busted, they would not always win. Geoff introduced the Push-22 rule with this game.

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