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To be honest, you really don't need to know poker in rdr2. All I did Challenge 6: Beat the blackjack dealer in two locations (Rhodes, Van Horn Trading Post).


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A rather simple challenge to complete this time around, all you have to do is simply beat the Blackjack dealer in Rhodes and Van Horn. Seeing as you've.


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Just make sure it's only two opponents or this won't work. Use the chart until you get a winning hand, then hope the next two are winners as well. At which point I hope you have a good hand or you'll reset the Challenge for losing. General consensus seems to be that playing All Fives is useful for this Challenge, but since I still can't seem to personally wrap my mind around how that version works just do whatever game of Dominoes works best for you. That moment doesn't come around often so you'll have to play a few hands in each location until you complete this Challenge. That is if you didn't take my earlier advice and just skipped the Gambler Challenges altogether. Once you win the first hand using Challenge 4's chart , just push on until you get three in a row. The objective is to get as many preferably MORE laps in 20 seconds than your opponent. In my honest opinion, this is one of the easiest Gambler Challenges, and can be done if you just like playing Blackjack. The way Blackjack works is you want to get a 21, or at least Bust over 21 the Dealer to win the hand. Ok at this point I can smell that Rockstar started running out of ideas for these Challenges. For example, a Nine and an Ace equals 20, but once you Hit that Ace will go from being an 11 to one point. All you have to do is play the first opponent using the two-button sequence and you're good! I don't want to sound like that guy in numerous YouTube videos who says "it's just luck lol" but it pretty much is. No this one isn't about a jailbreak; what they mean is you need to make a player, in Poker, lose all of their money in one hand. Just keep in mind that the following three Challenges are doable, they're not impossible. Or other low cards that add up to 21 as you Hit. I mean the best strategy for any of Red Dead Redemption 2's challenges is to pace yourself, but with the Gambler Challenges, you're going to feel like you're wasting your time. Boy, I bet he loved this one! Once you beat the dealer in one place, take a Stagecoach to the other and play until you get a winning hand there too. Also refer to the chart posted with Challenge 4, it's a prevalent help for all of the Poker related Challenges in this guide. Or at least the computer algorithm Rockstar put into place called "luck. That includes you! You can play Blackjack for hours before you get even one hand where you hit three times without Busting going over 21 points. So be petty and play any dominoes that have a lot of pips to keep the other guy from earning too many points at the end of the round. Any two cards that are yellow play until one of the other players Raise this doesn't happen all of the time but it's most likely. Folding will reset your streak. Also, bet small. There are three locations that I know of off-hand ha! He had no idea what he was complaining about. If it's one guy sitting there you're more likely to draw a tile during this Challenge. To comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In fact, I implore you not to use any strategy in real-life that involves gambling, it's not worth it or advised. If you haven't discovered Van Horn Trading Post yet just go do a few missions to pass the days, then repeat the process with the guy in Valentine or Strawberry to win your third "game. Start at the one in Valentine, right outside the smaller Saloon. However they will take a lot of time. You might even begin to feel a little contempt. Remember Stand on 17 or higher and Aces are either worth one or 11 points. THIS Challenge is the epitome of wasted time. However, Arthur and other players will only draw from the boneyard if they have no other pieces to play. It only takes one winning hand. Your hand is mainly based on your beginning two cards, using the Texas Hold 'Em chart below do the following strategy to ensure winning is more likely. Use the chart below and you'll have a better chance of winning. Because you're going to rob yourself of the enjoyment of exploration and story missions. The earliest, and closest, Blackjack table game I honestly know of is at the Hotel in Rhodes. If you have anything over 17, Stand. It doesn't matter how many players are at the table, or if you draw tiles from the boneyard or not. This is yet just another trial of sufferance emphasis on the "suffer". There's no lucky hat or trinket like "Fallout: New Vegas" that can help make these go smoother. Take a Stagecoach to the other two places depending on which you chose first and beat them too. It's more about patience. To each their own, however, you want to pass the time. Remember you don't want to grind these for the sake of your sanity. You need to be a stubborn s. If you want to let off some steam at the risk of getting a wanted level that is you can conduct Sharpshooter Challenge 9 easily on the poker players in Saint Denis. Points are rewarded depending on how many pips the little dots on the domino tiles your opponents have. Next take the Stagecoach to Strawberry once again you need to have discovered the town by heading to Micha's mission marker for "Blessed Are The Meek? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I started writing about "Red Dead Redemption 2" when I noticed how little info was available online. If the opponent thinks they have a better hand they will also go All-In as well, and then if you win you'll bust them out. Each round has three turns, but whoever scores higher twice wins the round. Don't let the suits in Saint Denis fool you; the players are the same in each location, it's just the buy-in amounts that change. If the player isn't there, sleep at the nearby Hotel each one of these locations has one until the next day. I'm sure you were hoping there was I know I was , so it's come to the point where I'm really only writing this guide so that the series isn't incomplete. I seem to remember some article I came across, about three days after Red Dead Redemption 2 came out, where some guy ranted about how so painfully hard Gambler Challenge 2 was. Well anyway, this time there are a series of Challenges you can complete. You just "won" one game of Five-Finger Fillet. Remember in Red Dead Redemption when it would rain? The best thing to do is sit at the far right side of the table if you can that way you're the first to bet and play. Blue cards are the most likely to bust another player out but don't go All-In until the other five cards are revealed. Playing Solo Filet doesn't count toward this Challenge. It's not impossible but it is a rare occurrence. Your success is based on your starting two cards. These are more like endurance challenges than games of skill. So you decided to find the nearest town and wait it out by playing a card game? Bluffing is actually a good tactic with this Challenge though expect opposing players to call your bluff. A lot of people say it's based on luck, yeah kind of, since "luck" sort of comes in a wave of computer coding. I really implore you NOT to grind these or any of the Challenges for that matter. Your progress won't be reset if you decide to take a breather, and I highly recommend taking a break. Green cards are playable but don't Raise unless you feel confident about your hand. It should though! The best way to do this is through going All-In on a hand, but you got to make sure it's a very good hand. If you feel like you're about to lose, after winning one game, you can quit then rejoin without resetting your progress. Compared to the last two Challenges this one isn't so bad. What this Challenge indicates is that you have to play Blackjack at each of these locations until you win against the Dealer. The first round is always a two-button sequence, easy to win. It can be daunting trying to grind three wins in a row. Just me? In fact, these were probably one of the last things they worked on before the end of production. Speaking from experience, and along with the other challenges available, these can feel like a real grind. After you're done consider if you're a masochist for putting yourself through that nonsense. Anything Double-Down. This is something I mention a lot for all of the Challenges, but the thing about the Gambler Challenges is that you can do these all from Chapter 2. Whatever they used back then. Go to the Dominoes game in Emerald Ranch, it's the simplest version of the game that doesn't involve match fives, and threes, or whatever. If you start to feel mentally fatigued or you're one of those people that likes to break something please go do some story missions or other Challenges. This Challenge is an exact repeat of the one in Challenge 3. Before round 2 starts, exit the table. Don't get me wrong the first seven are fun, but Challenges eight-ten feel like the developers ran out of ideas and never bothered to have an emergency think tank. Ignore the chart I posted with Challenge 4, you can't afford to muck cards if you're trying to win three hands in a row.