Marapets Currency And How To Get Boat Loads Of It!

Well yes everyone needs money; and so do you especially at marapets. There are ways to both earn and spend and these options are left entirely upto you, and have also been made extremely enjoyable, more often than not placing you in a win – win situation. Money is divided into three categories at Marapets.

The first is called MP or Mara Points, the second is called BP or Baspinar Points and the third is called RP or restock points. All three of them are important but the main currency is MP. Almost all moneyed transactions at Marada (the virtual world of Marapets) are done with MP as the measure of value and exchange.

MP can be earned by playing games. Click on the ‘games’ tab to the left of the screen at marapets and you will be shown a list of different game types that you can play. The list ranges from arcade to shooting to strategy. Choose the type of game that suits you best and head on to win as much MP as you can. BP can be earned at Baspinar’s Castle and is the official currency of the world of Baspinar.

When viewing the map of Marada, just click on Baspinar’s Castle and you will be issued into the court of king Baspinar where you can vote for parties and use your money to play select games. RP is the currency that you earn in when you restock items from the various shops that are there in the different virtual worlds of Marada. The rarer the item that you purchase, the more RP you will receive. You can spend your RP at Eleka’s Castle as it is the official currency of that place.

The quickest and fastest way to earn currency, in this case MP, because it is the most widely used, is to play games at Marapets. Once you have logged in, click on the ‘games’ tab on the left side of the screen and you will see a list of the various types of games that you can play.

The list ranges from shooting to casino to strategy and much more. Each type has games for all ages but the strategy based games are for slightly older players. The first category is called arcade games and these are games for all ages. The drawback however is that there aren’t any instructions provided for you to learn the game. And after each game you will be asked if you want to play again or submit your score.

So here’s one very important tip: never submit a score unless you think you’ve done the best you can, because you are allowed only three score submissions per game every 24 hours.

A healthy suggestion is that you play the game for at least a couple of times and familiarize yourself with the controls and gameplay. Once you have done this, you can play the best you can and then submit your score. Another suggestion is that you do not spend too much time on any given game because the maximum points, in this case MP, that you will earn is set at fifteen hundred per game.

So no matter how many points you may actually score, you cannot get more than fifteen hundred points. You will also want to look at the number of MP per gamepoint awarded for each game. The higher the ratio the better your chance of earning fifteen hundred MP. Some games offer only one MP per point that you score while others may earn you upto 25 MP per point; in which case you will only have to score 60 points to get maximum MP from the game.

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Badugi Rules and Strategy


Badugi, traditionally played in Asia, is gaining more and more popularity in Europe and the United States with the help of online poker. No books have been published yet about the game, the usual poker writers haven’t shared their secrets of the game so far. So, here is the perfect opportunity to learn.

If you have some knowledge, like majority of beginners, about Texas Hold’em and Omaha then Badugi will be completely different from those games you have played before. It’s a draw poker type of game where the best hand contains four different suits and the lowest one is the winning combination. Aces are always low, so the best Badugi hand is A-2-3-4 of four different suits. If you do not have four different suits then the lowest in three different suits is your best hand (no badugi). A-2-3 is a fairly strong hand, which in many situations is able to win a showdown. If during the draw, your hand is A-2-3 and everyone else is drawing, you still have the best hand, so be aggressive.

Before the Deal

Similarly, the blinds need to paid in this game as well, just like in Texas Hold’em. The player on the dealer’s left pays the small blind and the player to his left pays the big blind. Badugi is commonly played in limit, pot limit, or half pot limit forms.

The Deal

Each player receives four cards face down, the deal starts with the small blind, goes one by one clockwise until all players receive all four cards. Just like in Hold’em, the player sitting behind the big blind acts first. If he wants to play, either he must call the big blind or raise. The first draw comes after each player had a chance to act.

Each active player can draw up to 4 cards, but if they want, they can stop drawing anytime. After this, there is a round of betting, then the second draw, then another round of betting, and finally the third draw and the last round of betting. If someone called the last raise, then there is a showdown, when the remaining players reveal their cards. The strength of Badugi hands should be checked starting with the highest card so, for example, a 5-6-7-Q (Queen high) beats an A-2-3-K (King high).

Basic Strategy:

It is important to start with three low cards of different suits, because if you do not make a Badugi (4 different suits), and your opponent does not make a Badugi either then the three low cards can win in the end. It is worth playing and drawing with any three cards lower than 7. How high your 4th card should be will depend on the number of opponents, whether they are drawing or not and also you should think about how strong they are once they stand pat. From late position, you should perhaps play with any two cards of different suits that are not higher than 5. Always enter with a raise, and if you have an advantage in the number of cards being drawn (they draw 2, you draw 1) you should always bet.