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Casino Gambling Tips for Online Gambling
· 12. August 2005

by Mahal Ramapois

Casino gambling tips for the Internet are good to know because betting at an online casino is a little different from a land based casino. For one when playing slots, how can you tell if the odds online are good or not? Do you know what the casino requires for play before cashing out winnings? When selecting to play over the Internet for the first time you should keep the following in mind:

Read payout percentage reports for the best odds Price Waterhouse Coopers is the prominent accountant in the field of analyzing the game odds for online casinos. These can be viewed for separate casinos by scrolling to the bottom and clicking on the PriceWaterhouseCoopers logo. You may have to click on the report to enlarge it, but there you can see the percentages for slots, table games and other areas in which the casino has games. There are reports for each month of operation and if the slots are 96% and above, these odds are better than in Las Vegas. Another firm is The Online Players Association that performs the same auditing and checks.

Terms and Conditions
All casinos are different and one thing that separates them is the Terms and Conditions for which they operate. Here you can find out the details for cashing out if you take them up on bonuses. Some will give you a high percentage bonus, but may want 25X play before you cash out. Unless these are games that you love to play you may want to find somewhere else to take your chances. Reviewing this policy can help you to avoid unnecessary issues.

Study Conditions for Cashing Out
Making a killing is the ultimate goal with any casino, so when the getting is good and you know it is time to get out, keep in mind how the process works by reading the Terms and Conditions. This can help you to get out at a profit. If the casino wants so much action for the bonus they gave you, make sure you know how much they want. That way, when you hit the crossover point and you feel the action is slowing down, you can take the money and run! Turning $100.00 into a $1000.00 and losing it because you did not know when you met the casino’s conditions for cash out is a bad feeling.

Have a daily goal in mind
Write down how much you want to gamble with each day. For example, if your $100.00 deposit and the casino match bonus of 100% gives you $200.00 total, then spread it out over 2 to 3 sessions. Sometimes if you gamble $75.00 and lose it in the morning, trying again tomorrow may bring you luck. BUT if you blow it all at once, you lose the future opportunity to hit that winning streak that may be around the corner.

Watch your bankroll!
Remember to place a limit on what you will spend! To reflect on the previous sentence, if you blow everything all at once, you miss the future opportunity to hit a potential winning streak. On top of that gambling should be fun, entertaining and profitable. It should not take money from your bills or necessities (or your spouse).

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Casino Gambling Tips for Online Gambling

Mahal Ramapois is a successful writer and online gambling expert providing valuable tips and advice for those interested in gambling and online gambling strategies. His numerous articles found on virtual casino secrets, www.vegas-casino-secrets.com provide useful and factual gambling information and insight.

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Virtual Casino Gambling
· 31. July 2005

by: Chen Ching-feng

You might be wondering how virtual casino gambling started and how or why this virtual gambling phenomenon has grown so rapidly.

Take a quick look into history of gambling and you’ll discover why virtual casino gambling was the next logical step and why virtual casino games are set to become even more popular than they already are.

Virtual casino gambling has only existed for a relatively short time, when considering that real casinos have existed for around two thousand years; they have come a long way from ancient Egypt to the glamour of Las Vegas .

Casino gambling has continued to grow and evolve as its popularity increases.

Virtual casino gambling has brought the excitement of real casinos directly into your living room. Virtual gambling offers increased convenience, so now you don’t need to deal with the crowds found in real casinos and your favourite seat will never be taken.

Virtual casino gambling offers better security.

The virtual casino gambling is always available to you, so time is never an issue when you a virtual gambler. The privacy of online gambling offers increased security and peace of mind too.

Virtual casino gambling offers many different types of virtual games which players may not necessarily have seen at a real casino.

The choice of online gambling games available is incredible. Online Poker, blackjack, roulettes or online sports gambling, online casinos offer them all. You can choose your table, the limits you desire and play the optimum game for you.

You could even choose to allow the virtual casino gambling software to play for you while you watch, which means you don’t need to repeatedly press spin or bet.

Virtual casino gambling is an increasing phenomenon.

As the internet continues to become an increasing factor in our daily lives, virtual gambling products and services will also continue to grow. In truth the virtual casino is as real as any you’ll find in the major cities. With virtual casino gambling you’ll have access to every kind of online game available and you get to wager real money, in turn winning real cash.

And because it’s online casino gambling you are really spoilt for choice…

About The Author

Chen Ching-feng is a successful writer and online gambling expert providing valuable tips and advice for those interested in gambling and online gambling strategies. His numerous articles found on virtual casino web, provide useful and factual gambling information and insight.

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Casino Tricks at
· 29. July 2005

Casino tricks
by Steven

Casino tricks, tips, cheats

Make money while have fun

Both land-based and on-line casino games are designed for making profit for their owners, called www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/houseadvantages.html – advantages of the house

So, if you want to exit with positive balance you have to add some plus to your chance. If this plus to your chance is legal its name is casino tip or casino trick, if not allowed (illegal) can be called casino trick or casino cheat.

See a list of http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/wingamble.html – games you can’t and can win by increasing your chances..

First of all you must know the rules of games www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/rules/rules.html

Roulette tricks

Let’s see for example the roulette. http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/rouletterules.html – Roulette rules.

In a brick and mortar casino if you have a friendly dealer who can and do make a difference to the outcome of a spin you only have to bet the target number and its neighbors. See neighbors bet www.onlinecasinotricks.tk/rouletteneighborbets.html to win a lot on gambling.

Those majority for whom this option is not open have to rely on their own casino tricks. The easiest and most yielding casino tip is: simple roulette trick www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/simpleroulettetricks.html

Same as Martingale geometric progression: www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/martingale.html

If you are more sophisticated gambler you can try more complicated advises using mathematical formulas, Fibonacci sequence and Oscar’s Grind http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/fibonacciandoscarsgrind.html

Blackjack tricks

The second most popular casino game is Blackjack. Blackjack is a card game and some degree the net winnings relies on the player’s skill. You can win by Card counting – www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/blackjackcardcounting.htm

Another site: www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/cardcountingblackjack.html

If you are eager to know how to win in card games read this: How to card counting? www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/howtocardcounting.html

A story about MIT students who made themselves millionaires by card counting: Hacking Las Vegas www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/MIT.html. They did cheat in a land based casino where they could be getting caught by Surveillance cameras. www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/surveillance.html

Don’t forget online casinos have no surveillance cameras in your computer.

If card counting is not allowed you have to use your head to win money:

Get positive casino edge by Blackjack strategy www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/blackjackpositiveedge.html. A similar, but briefer Short blackjack tips With win goal and a loss limit www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/shortblackjacktricks.html”

www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/blackjackwithoutcounting.html Blackjack without counting

Different systems to beat the house: http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/mathematicalblackjackstrategy.html – Win blackjack with math

Poker, it is the only game where the player does not compete against the house, but other players. Try these links to consistently win playing for money.

Poker Tricks
www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/pokertricks.html
Holdem Texas poker tricks http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/holdempokertricks.html

Video poker strategy: http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/videopokerstrategy.html

Slot machine cheats: www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/slotstricks.html

You can only win these on-line casino cheats and tricks – A sure tip to cheat online casinos: http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/negativebet.html bet a negative amount and lose!

A gambling tip with you cannot lose, but win on every casino gamble: withdraw your deposit and after winning and since then you have got Free play www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/freeplay.html

Exploiting the internet casinos’ cash bonuses: http://onlinecasinotricks.web1000.com/cashbonuses.html

On-line casinos use random number generators. You can cheat them to find the next number: www.tbns.net/onlinecasinogambletricks/randomnumbergenerator. Random number generator cheats

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Jeg er Stussi og jeg vil ikke på nett!
· 29. July 2005

Stemmmer det, IKKE ENDA!!!
Ikke før i slutten av Juli så! Dessuten tror jeg at du driver og lurer meg ut på nett nå, så jeg sier ikke mer, SÅDESÅ!

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Tips On How To Gamble
· 11. July 2005

by: Tony Karabetsos

How would you like to have your name on a check worth thousands of dollars? Actually, it’s not as difficult as you may think. It requires some time and effort on your part; however, the rewards far outweigh the effort that may you put in.

The first thing you should do is research, in order to answer the following questions. Can you make money playing online poker games? Nowadays, it is very common to see online poker games offering interactivity between gamblers such as tournaments. So the answer is yes it is possible to make money.

Can you make a living from online casinos? Yes, you can, but you have to do what the pros do, bet relatively small. Consistency is the key and the most important thing is self-discipline, to avoid impulse betting.

Making money on casinos is not just based on luck. Therefore, it is wise to find out what the fundamentals are before one starts. You really must know how to play the game before you begin.

Its a good idea never to believe wild stories and claims. For example, someone claims to possess a “secret” system and he repeatedly states extraordinary, amazing or revolutionary claims. If this is the case, why arent they using their system to make money for themselves? Why would anyone give away secret tips at such a low rate? Could it be because they are looking for suckers to lure into buying into their system? Dont forget what they say about things being too good to be true?

Just remember anything worthwhile in life requires effort and is never easy.

About The Author

Tony Karabetsos is a webmaster of Casinos Caf an Online Casinos Portal with articles and information related to online casinos.

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Poker Face In Cyberspace
· 1. July 2005

by: Oddvar Pettersen

His palms are sweaty and his heart is racing, but he smiles when he sees his cards.

“I can’t lose this one”, he says, with a big grin on his face. Poker in cyberspace is perfect for anyone not having a poker face. Johan Eriksson shows me his hand. A full house, queens full of jacks. There are 260 dollars in the pot. Jack from Ohio just folded his hand, but Hans from Norway and Steven from Australia both called Johan’s 20 dollar bet.

He shows me his hand again. “Can’t lose this one”, he says for the second time. A click on the mouse and Johan is 320 dollar richer. He was correct , he couldn’t lose that one.

We are neither in Las Vegas or in Atlantic City , but in a small one bedroom apartment in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The battle is fought on the internet, where cyberspace is lightening up Johan’s computer screen.

The internet poker room is called BugsysClub, the server is in Costa Rica somewhere, and the players are from all over the world.

When poker online started at the end of the nineties, it created mixed feelings amongst real time casino poker players. Some took the view that it would damage real poker games in casinos by tempting regular customers to only play poker online. Others were fascinated that they could remain at home and play poker (in the underwear) against real people from the whole world.

Online poker was as sent from heaven for those who felt uncomfortable in a casino poker room or had a hard time finding a poker room near to home.

“You have to be careful”, Johan says, in the middle of a new hand.

Internet poker is twice as fast as live poker, so the money comes and goes just as quickly.

“Damn, he caught an Ace on the river”, Johann shouts. “Lost 30 bucks on that hand. Well, well, easy come, easy go”

Johan started off playing poker at high school, but unlike most of us, didn’t quit playing this great game.

He has since the high school days dreamt of watching the “big boys” play, so he bought himself a plane ticket to Las Vegas at the tender age of 21. In Las Vegas he discovered the poker game of Texas Holdem.

He introduced the game to his poker buddies in Danemark, and the game of Five Card Draw was dead and buried for ever. Johan just returned from his seventh trip to The Sin City. “It’s the same routine every time”, he says. Straight in to the Hotel Mirage, dumping off the suitcases, and heading straight to the poker room.

He never gambles in the casino. Just plays true poker, and spends the majority of his vacation time playing tournament poker. To him, this is the best holiday any unmarried guy can have. His goal every time is to win the equivalent of airplane and hotel costs. He has managed that the last four times, but haven’t won a big tournament yet.

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About The Author

Oddvar Pettersen – Webmaster of True Poker Guide.

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Stay Young- Play Bingo!
· 29. June 2005

by: John C. Thorenssen

Exercise, intellectual stimulation, surgery, meditation or detox you name it, we love it. Lets face it, we live in a society obsessed with staying young. So, when you mention to someone that bingo may well be a key to youth, the image of pensioners playing in a retirement home may well prompt them to ask a few questions. Its not chess or bridge, but researchers insist that bingo can keep your mind trim and bring more to your youthfulness than just cash prizes and idle chitchat.

Bingo players who have been playing bingo for a sustained period of time have been found to have superior reflexes in many cases to non-bingo players. The speed and mental agility required to scan six bingo cards in time before the next call is certainly better than stagnating in front of the television and has been responsible for keeping the minds of many people of different ages fit and healthy. As we get older, the blood begins to run at a thinner rate to the brain. Using our brains less can result in a decrease of mental agility and flexibility. Playing bingo is an enjoyable way to keep those attributes intact.

The competitive spirit of the game is also something that helps to regenerate our bodies when we take ourselves out of the workforce. The experience of retirement can very much and rightly so, equate to slowing things down. People take things at a far more leisurely pace. This is what is so attractive and something many look forward to after a fast-moving career. The only problem is that as we do that, so we lose a sense of the invigoration that the competitive energy used to spark. The great thing about playing bingo is that it is able to reignite that spark, depending on where you are playing. Certain bingo halls can be notoriously competitive. Players have developed ways of managing to cope with as many cards as possible by turning them upside down, paying for someone else to keep an eye on them and even continue other activities, such as knitting while the game is in play. The callers can move relatively quickly and you have to stay on your toes in order not to miss a call or a number. To many, this competitive edge and speed aspect is so vital to the maintenance of their energy and fighting spirit. It keeps all of the senses in a sharp shape and forces the player to sustain some of the efficiency and rigour they may have been used to when working or even when their bodies may have had slightly more endurance than they do now. Players have to stretch themselves to the limit and keep the competitive flame burning by the allure of large cash prizes.

The social aspect of the game is crucial as well. It is the combination of the interaction and communication so prevalent in the bingo halls with the mental agility and stimulation that many suggest can contribute to the prevention of depression. Depression is something that becomes more and more of a concern as the mind begins to deteriorate. People find they are unable to stimulate themselves as they used to do and hence become very frustrated and bored. Therefore, the sustenance of mental stimulation and optimum functioning is so important to a balanced state of mind.

A healthy mind may in many cases also signify a healthy body. If the mind begins to deteriorate, many health practitioners believe it can influence the degeneration of the body immensely. So it is not just the brain that bingo seems to be able to keep in prime condition. As lives become less and less active physically (often because of unavoidable circumstances), it becomes more and more important to place the energy we used to put into our bodies, into our minds in order to help sustain both.

About The Author

John C. Thorenssen is professional gambler and work as consultant in Royal Club Casino New York. He wrote articles about gambling and gambling strategies. Most of the articles will be included in his new book.

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Virtual Casino Games
· 28. June 2005

by: Chen Ching-feng

Looking to find out what kind of games can be found at a virtual casino? Look no further because here we give you an overview of virtual casino games as most commonly played on the internet today.

There is an endless list of games available, and we’ll take you through some of the more popular and common games played by virtual gamblers.

The online slot machines are always a favourite among virtual gamblers, and they are also a very good starting point if you want to get a feel of how the casino operates. There are literally thousands of different online slot machine games with a large variety of themes and varieties. Reel slots vary from 3-reel, to 5-reel, to 7-reel!

Then there are the virtual table games which are often for the more experienced online gamblers. Here too you can find a variety of games with different rules to suit your taste.

Once you’ve familiarized yourself with virtual gambling and a particular virtual casino, you want to try out some of the more challenging and rewarding table games.

Table games would include such casino games such as baccarat, blackjack, keno, poker, roulette, and sic-bo.

Many virtual casinos also offer Live Games or Online Sport Betting.

These games give you the chance to test your sport knowledge by predicting the outcome of actual sporting events.

And to help to make your decision before placing your bet, extensive stats are available all over the web and very often they are actually provided by the casino themselves…

About The Author

Chen Ching-feng is a successful writer and online gambling expert providing valuable tips and advice for those interested in gambling and online gambling strategies. His numerous articles found on virtual casino web, provide useful and factual gambling information and insight.

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The Origins Of Bingo Games
· 28. June 2005

Bingo History – The Origins Of Bingo Games
by Mark Falco

The origins of bingo, as with most games, is shrouded in the mists of history. However, we can trace the idea back to the 1500’s where the Italians invented a lottery game to be played ‘en masse’ rather like Bingo is today. “Lo Giuoco del Lotto d’Italia” was the very first state run lottery which proved to be so popular it is still played today.

Perhaps closer to the game we know today however is the French game of “Le Lotto” which was derived from the Italian counterpart. This game was very popular with French noblemen during the 18th century. This game involved a caller drawing out wooden discs number from one to ninety from a bag and calling them out the the players. Each player had a game board divided into nine rows and three columns of numbers and the winner would be the person to mark off all the numbers in one row.

Later cersions of the Le Lotto appeared in Germany but this time, it was used not for gambling purposes but rather to teach children their times tables. Today, more of the same can be found on the children’s games market including such things as spelling bingo with, of course, all of the gambling elements removed.

However, the first example of bingo in its modern form appeared during the late 1920’s when a New York toy salesman stumbled upon an addictive fairground game and had a brainwave. Edwin S. Lowe came across the game of “Beano” at a carnival in Georgia. The players at this game had wooden cards full of numbers and a set of dried beans. Every time the caller drew out a number they would cover it up with a bean, the winner being the one to mark off all the numbers in a straight line either diagonally, horizontally or vertically. So popular was this game than Lowe never actually got a chance to play but the idea of marketing this to the mass market was formed right there and then.

Hurrying back to New York he quickly made his own replica of the carnival game and invited friends over to play at a specially organised party. It was just a popular there in his appartment to the point where one member got so excited that she stumbled over the call of “Beano!” to signify she had won and shouted out “BINGO!” instead. The name stuck and when Lowe produced the first commercial version of the game retailing for just $1 that’s the name it was marketed with.

Bingo of course never stayed as a parlour game but soon made it’s way into being a large multiplayer social gambling event we see today. How it got that way is, unlikely as it sounds, due in large part to the efforts of a Pensylvanian priest! The priest needed to find a fundraising event for his church and saw the game of bingo as being the ideal way to do it. He set up large-scale bingo game events with hundreds of players instead of the handful the original game had been designed for and the idea really took off.

Unfortunately, each game now had tens of winners instead of a few so he commissioned a mathematician to create cards with 6000 unique number combinations, a task which took several months by hand as there were no computers to help back then. Once finished however the game of bingo really took off in it’s modern form to the point where in 1934, just a few years after bingo first hit the mass market, there was over 10,000 games being played per week across America. Now of course, bingo is a multi-million dollar industry across the world and can be played online 24 hours a day if it takes your fancy.

About the Author
Mark Falco is the webmaster and owner of www.apennyearned.co.uk, a UK shopping site and rewards site which lists Free Bingo – www.apennyearned.co.uk/bingo.html, Online Games, www.apennyearned.co.uk/games.html and Free Lotteries amongst other free and fun stuff online.

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Tips To Consider Before Buying a Poker Table
· 27. June 2005

by: Oddvar Pettersen

Poker tables come in al shapes, sizes and prices.

Folding poker tables are reasonable priced and can easily be stored away or brought with you to the cottage or a friend’s house

Racetrack poker tables are probably the most popular tables on the market.

They are a great choice if you are buying a permanent piece of furniture for your gaming room, and the cloth/felt can easily be replaced .

Octagonal poker tables made out of oak or birch looks nice as a furniture and can also be used as a dining room table.

The draw back with the octagonal all wood tables is that they scratch easily and the cards are harder to pick up than on felt tables.

Standard all felt poker tables gives you more playing surface and are in most cases cheaper and more poker friendly than both the octagon and racetrack table.

The felt on your new poker table should be of sturdy quality.

There are several types of felt to choose from and the most expensive is speed felt.

Many poker table owners swear to velveteen and will never get anything else, but wool felt should also be taken in to consideration.

Moneyboxes are very practical and they have to be placed near the dealer slot.

A very important factor to consider when buying a poker table is to decide if you want cup holders or not.

Some feel that there will be more problems with players spilling drinks when they can place their drinks in cup holders on the table.

Many poker table owners use the three Cs rule during poker games.

Cash, chips and cards only. No food or drinks allowed on the table.

Others believe cup holders will reduce the number of spills on to the table, because if the players drinks are not in a cup holder, than they probably will be on the table felt.

If you decide to go with cup holders, than you should by a table with cup holders that are 2 3/4 in diameter and 3 deep.

These measurements are perfect for both beer bottles and cans. Any deeper and the players will have a hard time getting the cans out.(Especially after having consumed a few beers).

Getting a table with the cup holders underneath the table or in the armrest of the chairs is also an option.

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About The Author

Oddvar Pettersen – Webmaster of True Poker Guide.
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