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It’s no secret: the odds on table games are not bad, but slot machines suck down your money hand over fist. So why do most people prefer slots? Probably because slots offer the possibility of a huge jackpot. Five dollars on blackjack can win, well, usually, $5. But five bucks in a slot machine could win thousands — or even millions. So that keeps players glued to the slot machines. They know they probably won’t win, but they want the chance of a big win. Unfortunately, they pay dearly for that chance: Slot players easily lose more money than table games players, because slot odds are poor and the games are played at a lightning pace.

There’s another reason that slot players don’t play table games with better odds: They don’t know how. That’s where this website comes in. Maybe you’re a slot player tired of losing your shirt every time you take a gambling vacation, and you’re ready to have a better chance of winning. Or maybe you’ve never been to the casino, but you’re smart enough to seek out the best bets rather than throwing your money away in slots. Either way, we’ll show you the basics of playing table games. Even if you’re playing online rather than in a “real” casino, you’ll still save your bankroll by dumping the slots and playing the table games instead.

How much can you save by playing table games instead of slots? Let’s take a look at expected savings for a weekend (10 hours) of play, using the Crash Course methods described below:

Table Game

Amount saved vs. $0.25 slots

Amout saved vs. $1.00 slots

Roulette, $5/spin

$280

$720

MiniBaccarat, $5/h.

$280

$720

Blackjack, $5/hand

$280

$720

Craps, $10/round

($5 Pass, $5 odds)

 

$330

$770

Assumptions: Slots played 800 spins/hr. Slot returns are average for Las Vegas Strip & Downtown casinos as published in Jan. 2002 Casino Player (94% for quarters and 95% for dollars). MiniBaccarat, Blackjack, and Craps played at 150, 100, and 30 rounds/hr. respectively. Table games played as per crash course สล็อตออนไลน์ได้เงินจริง strategies listed below. Table shows mathematical expected result, though results obviously will vary due to short-term fluctuation.

If this isn’t enough to convince you to try table games, I don’t know what is. You don’t even have to abandon slots if you love them — but when you need a break from the monotony of slots, trying a table game instead of continuing on a slot binge will save you money.

Learning any table game in depth could take a while — 30 minutes to a few hours, depending on the game. But the secret is, learning just the BASICS is enough to give you way better odds than you’d get on a slot machine. So let’s proceed to the crash course.

Print Out this Page

Print out this page and take it with you to the casino. The casino won’t care. It’s much easier to use this page as a cheat sheet rather than trying to memorize everything.

Getting Chips

Every table has a minimum bet, indicated by a sign on the table (usually $1-5 for Craps, $5 for Blackjack). Make sure to read the sign so you don’t buy in at a $25 table when you meant to be at a $5 table.

Put your cash on the table, right in front of you. Don’t hand it to the dealer; they can’t take money directly from your hand. When you put it on the table, don’t put it inside a marked circle or on any writing, or the dealer may think you want to bet the cash! The dealer will finish the hand (s)he’s dealing before looking at your money, so be patient — if your money’s on the table, they’ll get to it.

Dealers don’t make change. Any money you put on the table will be turned into chips. Then again, you don’t have to bet all your chips. When you’re done, you take whatever chips you have left to the cashier booth to cash them in.

Red chips are worth $5 and green chips are $25. The $1 chips are either silver or white. Red and green chips are sometimes called “nickels” or “quarters”, respectively. The dealer may ask “How do you want that?”, meaning do you want all red, or some red and green, etc. Whatever you get, always get at least five silver for tipping.

Use Your Slot Card

Yep, you can use your slot card on table games. Just place it on the table with your money. The dealer will give it to a floor supervisor, who will write down the number and then give it back to you. Your play won’t show up as points the next time you put your card into a machine, but you can still get free meals once you’ve played long enough. (Ask a pit boss how long you need to play to get a meal.) Free goodies you get from the casino are called comps. (More on comps.)

Using Chips

Make a bet by putting one or more chips in the betting circle or other marked betting area. If you’re betting different color chips, the larger denomination chips go on bottom.

Don’t touch your bet (chips) once you’ve placed it! Some people try to cheat the casino by decreasing their bet (removing chips) when they’ve lost a hand, or adding chips when they’ve won a hand. Because of this, the casinos don’t want your hands near your chips once your bet is placed, and the dealers enforce the no-touching rule very seriously.

When you’re finished playing, push your chips forward and ask the dealer to “color up”, which means to turn your stack of low-denomination chips into a few high denomination chips. That way you have fewer chips to carry over to the cashier cage to cash them in. Just make sure you don’t push your chips into a betting circle, otherwise the dealer might think you want to bet all your chips!

How much to bet

When you’re new at any game, always play the table minimum, usually $5. If you could afford to play quarter slots, you can easy afford to bet $5 a hand at a table. A $500 bankroll is usually sufficient for a weekend of play (15 hours) at most table games.

Getting Help from the Dealer

Don’t be afraid to ask the dealer for help, especially if you don’t understand some of the instructions listed here. For example, you might see that the blackjack strategy below tells you to split two 8’s, and you have two 8’s but you have no idea how to split them. Just ask, “How do I split these?”, and the dealer will tell you how.

Be sure you can tell the difference when the dealer tells you that you CAN’T do something vs. that you SHOULDN’T do something. If the dealer says you can’t, well, that’s the rules, and you can’t. But if the dealer advises against something just because they think it’s a bad bet (like splitting 8’s), then remain firm that you want to make your play. Believe it or not, most dealers don’t know the proper strategies for the games they’re dealing, and the other players are no better.

Tipping

Like waiters, dealers generally make minimum wage and work for tips. I generally tip out $5 per hour I play ($1 at a time throughout the hour). A tip for a dealer is called a toke. You can offer your tip directly to the dealer, or you can place a bet for the dealer. I often ask which they prefer, but almost all dealers go for the bet rather than taking the toke directly. Betting for the dealer is a good way to establish rapport with the dealer, and in games like Blackjack when you’re betting against the dealer’s hand, this reminds you that your opponent is really the casino, not the dealer herself. Betting for the dealer is done differently in different games, so just ask the dealer at your game, “How do I place a bet for you?”

Tipping, of course, is optional, and some players don’t tip at all. But remember that most dealers, like waiters, make minimum wage and are really working for tips. (And at the El Cortez, dealers averaged only $21/day in tips, according to The Dealer’s News.) Also, the IRS takes 28% out of their tip pool right away. I don’t tip unfriendly or unhelpful dealers, but I’ll tip even an average dealer $5/hr. (On the other hand, most U.S. casinos require all dealers to pool their tips together.) Don’t worry about losing money from tipping — $5/hr. is WAY less than you’d lose on slots.

The Games

Baccarat & Mini-Baccarat

This game is the closest thing to a table version of a slot machine: You place your bets, the cards are dealt, and then they tell you whether you won or not. You don’t make any decisions, just like a slot machine. You simply bet and cross your fingers. You have a choice of three different bets, and you want to bet on Banker every time for the lowest house edge (1.06%). The dealer will take a 5% commission on winning hands, but your low 1.06% disadvantage includes the commision. Check out our Baccarat lesson.

Craps

After you’ve bought chips, look for a big hockey puck on the table that says ON or OFF. If it says ON, wait until the dealer turns it to OFF before you place your bet. As soon as it goes to OFF, then put your betting chip on the part of the table marked PASS LINE. If you lose the dealer will take your chip. If you win the dealer will give you another chip, which you’ll pick up, and let your original bet play again. If the marker gets turned to ON, you’re moving into a bonus round and have another chance to win. At this point place another chip below (due South) of your original bet. Most of the other bets at Craps are sucker bets, so don’t make them. If you play as recommended, you’ll enjoy a very low house edge of less than 1%. You don’t even have to understand what’s going on, but if you’d like to (it’s probably more fun that way), then check out our Craps lesson.

Roulette

Most wheels have a 0 and a 00, and have a 5% house edge. Some wheels have only the 0 (no 00), and have about a 2.6% house edge. Although the Single Zero wheel gives better odds, even with a 00 wheel and $5 bets you’ll lose less money than on a 5-coin nickel slot machine. Playing Roulette is easy: Just buy chips, and put your chip(s) on the number(s) you think will win, or on red or black, even or odd, etc. Check out our Roulette lesson.

Blackjack

 

You can get an ultra-low 0.5% house edge with a couple of hours of study. But even with this crash course, you’ll enjoy a low house edge of around 1.5% and lose way less money than at slots. Remember, if you don’t understand these instructions, just tell the dealer what you want to do and he’ll help you. For example, if you have two 8’s and you know you want to split, ask, “How do I split these?” Here’s your crash course strategy:

(1) When your total is 10 or 11, double when the dealer’s up card is less than your total.

 

(2) Always split two 8’s or two Aces.

 

(3) If the dealer’s up card is 7 or more, then hit until you have at least 17, then stand.

 

(4) If the dealer’s up card is 6 or less, than hit until you have at least 12, then stand.

 

(5) Never take insurance or even money.

 

Expected Loss

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Introduction

If you have never gambled online you are probably bewildered by how to get started. Online gambling is still a very young industry and as such the test of time has yet to root out many of the less reputable casinos. The good and the bad are still fiercely elbowing each other for market share. So choose where to play carefully. I have some tips below and also welcome you to read my online casino reviews. You are probably also wondering if the games are fixed. At one point I said emphatically not. On average the casinos keep about 75% of money deposited so they shouldn’t need to cheat. However I have heard complaint after complaint of extremely bad luck from playing at some non-licensed casinos that use no-name Java software. I do believe that the vast majority of online casinos play fair but am suspicious of a small minority. As you hop from one web site to another of the online casinos it may seem arbitrary about choosing one to play at. Let me help by saying that quality counts. Take a close look at their web site or the free games. If they seem like a professional organization chances are better that they are. Finally trust your gut. If you get a bad feeling about a place then resist playing there, even if you can’t explain to yourself the exact reason.

The Basics of Playing

There are two ways you can go in terms of actually gambling online, Java and downloadable software. Java offers almost immediate playing but downloadable software offers better sound and graphics. Personally I find downloadable software to be much more enjoyable and faster but I respect the opinion of those who prefer Java. About half of the casinos with downloadable software also offer a free CD version. Once you have the software installed (unless with a Java based casino) the next step is to open an account. This is sometimes done on the casino web site and sometimes through the software. Then you must put some into your account. The vast majority of the time this is done with a credit (or debit) card. Other options include Western Union and bank wire transfers but both of these necessitate substantial fees, which many online casinos will credit back to your account. Beware that some credit cards will treat deposits to an online casino as a cash advance. If this happens then you may have success in arguing the charge but many credit cards have a flat policy that a purchase of casino chips counts as a cash advance. I recommend using debit cards instead, there is never a cash advance fee and the transactions are posted faster.

Once you have money in your wild casino ag account you may then begin to play. Be sure to check the rules first, many online casinos favor European rules which can be different that U.S. rules. This can be good or bad depending on the particular rule. As you play I would suggest documenting everything you do. Personally I use graph paper to keep a running track of my bankroll and the total amount bet.

 

If you plan to return in the near future do not cash out, just leave your money in your account. When you do cash out the chips will be converted to cash and credited back to your credit card, up to the amount of the initial purchase. If you have a net win then the winnings will have to be sent another way, usually by check. Most places will send winnings for free but others will subtract a finance charge.

 

The Pros and Cons of Online Casino Gambling

There can be no debate that online gambling is a lot different than gambling in a physical casino. In some ways it is better and in some ways it is worse. Below are my pros and cons of online gambling, based on my personal experiences, compared to gambling in a “real” casino.

The Pros

 

Online gambling is a competitive business and many casinos will offer a lot to get and keep your business. Many will offer sign-up bonuses to new customers, adding 10 to 50% of their initial deposit to their bankroll (see below for more on this subject). Some will randomly deposit money in customer accounts and others will give away vacations for specified levels of total money bet.

The rules are usually better than in physical casinos.

You don’t have to travel long distances. The casino is in your own home.

You don’t have to suffer real casino annoyances, like smokers.

You don’t have to feel obligated to tip.

The Cons

You have to be patient about getting your money after you cash out. In addition to waiting periods on the casino end there are also delays on the credit card end. Two to four weeks is the norm for the time between cashing out and your credit appearing back on your credit card. Debit cards are much faster taking only about 3 to 5 business days.

Customer service can be spotty depending on where you play. Some places offer great service via e-mail and a toll-free number. Others take several days to reply to an e-mail, have no known telephone number, and generally seem like they just don’t want to be bothered aside from taking your money.

The player has no power or authority to turn to in the event of a dispute. Usually in the player agreement it says the casino can make up the rules as they go and in the event of a dispute the casino’s word is final.

If you play at a lot of places your credit/debit card statement will be a nightmare to balance. Transactions seldom indicate the name of the casino you played at but instead specify the merchant bank.

What is Expected of the Player

One of the biggest problems facing the online gambling business is abuse by players. At the annual industry meeting in Montreal there was just as much, if not more, discussion about this issue than the future legality of online gambling. This is a very legitimate concern because there are a lot of people seeking to defraud the industry.

Although online gambling is a very competitive business when it comes to player abuse the industry feels so strongly that the online casinos help to protect each other. Specifically negative databases, or blacklists, of players suspected of fraud or abuse are shared among the online casinos. According to Julie Sidwell of Gambling Grumbles the typical reasons for being blacklisted are:

 

Disputing charges

Threatening to dispute charges

Using someone else’s credit card

Manipulation of gaming software

Opening more than one account per household or computer

Of these disputing and threatening to dispute charges are the biggest problem the industry faces. The industry term for this is a charge back. This will get a player blacklisted very quickly. Multiple accounts per household or computer I believe is only frowned on if multiple bonuses are given to the same household or same e-mail address. In addition Julie Sidwell says that at least two negative databases track bonus abusers, or player who only play during bonus promotions.

 

Once the player is on the blacklist they will likely be unwelcome at every casino that the list is shared with. It is like a bad credit rating or a police record, it follows you wherever you go. Placement on a blacklist is not always justified and once on it there is no authority to appeal to for removal.

 

Doing business in the unregulated world of the Internet is risky for both player and casino. For this reason there seems to be an unwritten code of honor expected of players. Players do not have the liberty of parsing the rules in a legalistic manner and doing whatever they please that is not listed as prohibited behavior. In the absence of a higher authority to regulate the business, players are held accountable to an implied good faith contract. Remaining above reproach and avoiding any appearance of questionable behavior is important for longevity as a player.

 

Playing for Bonuses

To attract your business many casinos will add a bonus to your initial deposit, usually 10% but I have seen it go as high as 100%. When you accept a bonus you are usually required to meet a certain level of betting action to cash out the bonus. I have seen the total amount bet required range from the amount of the bonus (Casino on Net) to six times the sum of the deposit and the bonus (Sharky’s Casino). Read the rules carefully before you start playing. After opening an account wait at least 15 minutes for any welcome e-mail to come in. Sometimes this e-mail will indicate different rules than what the web site says about earning a bonus. Assume that you have to meet the more stringent of the conditions. Regardless of what the rules are you should more than exceed them. If pressed for specifics I would say play at least 50% more than required but 100% or more is better. Some online casinos claim and exercise the right to deny bonuses to customers they feel are only it is for the bonus, as opposed to the enjoyment of the casino. Finally I would be suspicious of casinos that you have never opened an account with who send unsolicited bonus offers.

Choosing Where to Play

There are a lot of online casinos to choose from, about 400 they say, and to the beginner it may seem confusing telling them apart. Some important things to consider are:

Is there a sign-up bonus? If so how much?

How are the rules? This can vary a lot in games like blackjack and video poker.

Are there transaction fees? If so how much?

Is there a phone number you can call? Is it toll free? If you call is the line busy?

Is the casino licensed?

Is there information available about who owns and operates the casino?

Who provides the software, is it a reliable name or some mystery no-name company.

Do not expect any casino to score an A+ in all these categories. Consider the total package and use your best judgement. You may also visit my page online casino reviews for some suggestions.

 

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Maybe I should try what this big slots winner did. Maybe I could win a quarter million too! Lol

A French slots player named Gilles R. recently won a staggering $260,000 over two lucky days. He was playing at Grande Vegas Casino and he said he was playing mostly the Triple Twister slots game. Apparently he had a lot of lucky spins during the game’s bonus rounds and he also hit several Major and Minor random jackpots ranging from $1000 to $5000 each.

“I won a lot of this cash in bonus rounds, on free spins!” remarked Gilles. “I just kept getting Weather Vane symbols that kept triggering more and more free games. It was incredible!”

He quit when he reached $260K and started thinking about what he could do with all that money!

Of course, like most of us, he’d thought lots about what he’d do if he ever won big. Gilles has always dreamed of going to Machu Picchu in Peru. He even had a photo of the famous Inca monument taped to his computer monitor for inspiration!

You may laugh, but it worked, didn’t it?! So let’s see, what picture should I stick to my computer? As winter gets colder and darker, I think maybe a tropical beach somewhere. A tropical beach with a laptop and internet access for my casino games, that is!

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Asian Stud is new table game currently found only in the Seattle area casinos. The owners of the game employed my services to analyze the game. It is with their permission that I indicate the following results of my analysis.

Rules

The game is played with a single deck of cards. The deck consists of the standard 52 cards plus one joker.

All cards are valued as in baccarat: aces are 1 point, 2 through 9 have face value, and tens and face cards are worth 10. The joker is also 1 point. For purposes of the bonus bet, which is explained later, different rules apply.

Play begins with the players making an ante wager subject to table limits.

The dealer shall deal each player and himself five cards. All cards should be dealt face down. Players may examine their own cards but sharing information should be discouraged.

After examining his cards the player has the option to either raise or fold. If the player decides to raise then he must place an additional wager equal to his original wager in a designated area of the table. If the player decides to fold he must forfeit both his cards and his original wager.

Each remaining player should then separate his five cards into a three-card hand and a two-card hand.

To have a qualifying hand the player must have a total of 10, 20, or 30 points in the 3-card hand. If the player can not form a qualifying 3-card hand then his 2-card hand shall not matter and his only chance to win is if the dealer does not qualify.

If the 3-card hand qualifies then the value of the 2-card 789Bet hand shall be based on the total points of the two cards. The highest possible 2-card hand is a point total of 10 or 20, and shall have a value of 10. Otherwise the value of the 2-card hand is the terminal digit in the total number of points (as in baccarat). For example a 6 and 9 would have total point of 15, and a value of 5.

After the players have set their hands the dealer shall arrange his cards into a 3-card hand and 2-card hand in the same manner as the players. The dealer must try to qualify with a 10, 20, or 30 point total in the 3-card hand. If the dealer does qualify his 2-card hand shall be valued in the same manner as the player’s 2-card hand.

If the dealer’s 3-card hand does not qualify then all players who did not fold shall win even money on the ante, less a possible 5% commission, and the raise shall push.

If the player’s 3-card hand does not qualify and the dealer’s does then the player shall lose both ante and raise.

If both the player’s and dealer’s 3-card hands qualify then the value of the two-card hands shall determine the winner. If the dealer’s two-card hand outscores the player’s then the player shall lose both ante and raise. In the event of a tie both ante and raise shall push. If the player’s two-card hand outscores the dealer’s then the player shall win even money on the ante and the raise shall pay according to the difference in the point values as follows:

1 – 3 points: 1 to 1

4 – 6 points: 2 to 1

7 – 9 points: 3 to 1

 

Winnings are also subject to a possible 5% commission, depending on the specific house rules. For example if the player’s two-card hand has 7 points and the dealer’s has 2 points then the player outscores the dealer by 5 points and the raise shall pay 2 to 1, less the 5% commission.

 

A side wager is also available based on the poker value of the combined five-card hand. For purposes of the side wager all cards are valued as in poker. The joker is partially wild and may be used to complete a straight, flush, or straight flush, and is otherwise counted as an ace. Note that this is the same usage as in pai gow poker. The player does not have to pay the 5% commission on side wager winnings. Casino management may choose from among various pay tables for the side wager.

Strategy

Regardless of the whether the ante, raise, or both are subject to the 5% commission the correct strategy in Asian Stud is to always raise. Even with a non-qualifying hand the expected loss by raising is about 0.99 units, which is less than the one unit loss by folding.

 

 

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Slot Gacor

We know that a lot of members don’t fully understand some of the games and rules on the GoneGambling site. As a result of that, we have put this page together to specifically address this problem.

 

Now you can have the answers to your questions in almost an instant! We have seasoned GoneGambling members from around the world waiting to answer your questions. Let these seasoned members take you by the hand and lead you through the games and explain the terms and conditions to you. No question about the site is too big or too small. We want you to get the most out of the GoneGambling site and this is the best way we can think of to help you.

 

Do you have a question for our Support Members?

Email your questions about the site to ALL of the following members. You’ll receive several responses that will fully answer your questions in different ways. You’re sure to understand what a few of the answers mean.

 

Beckygool – Bigdawg5867 – Blondie36 – Brensommer – Cooky214 – Foolchild – Kidray – Kmartin – Krystalkitty – Ksl418 – SDS – Siouxzee – Veebot.

 

Email everyone in the above list.

 

Specific Site and Casino Problems

Our support members can tell you all you need to know about the games at GoneGambling and how to best navigate the site and post in the Forums etc. However, they can’t answer questions about specific site problems you’re having or about problems you may be having with a casino. You should send emails about specific problems to Slot Gacor GoneGambling as you normally would.

 

Your Gambling Dollars

The GoneGambling site is designed to make your gambling dollars go much further than you ever believed possible. All you need to do is deposit and play with our sponsoring casinos and then come back to the GoneGambling site to play for GG Point Conversions and Bonus Deposits for the rest of the month! It really doesn’t get any easier than this!

 

New Members Please Read the Following

Following is a letter that one of our support members sent to a new member who was completely lost on the site. If you read the letter all the way through you will have a far better understanding of how to play the games at GoneGambling.

 

Cash Salad Slot – When you first sign in to play, it will tell you what your point total was the last time you took a spin, and what your total is at the present time. Sometimes the amount is higher and sometimes it is lower – depending on whether you have won more points since you played, or lost points.

 

Boom or Bust / Taxes / Insurance – Being taxed is a dreadful thing! :o) When playing Boom or Bust you can win great prizes; lots of GG Points, bonus deposits, onion bets, and GetLucky plays – just to name a few, but you can also be taxed or bankrupted. If you are bankrupted you lose all of your points, including what you have in your bank. If you are taxed, the amount of the tax is deducted from your GG Points total, and if you don’t have enough points to cover your tax, GAIA will put you in the negative. At that point you either have to draw from your bank, if you have points there, or you just have to play Boom or Bust every 30 minutes and the GG Cup Horse Races every 15 minutes to try to build your points total back to the positive to allow you to play the other games.

 

Until recently, there was no bank and there was no way to protect yourself against taxes or bankrupts. However, you now have the option to take out insurance when you play Boom or Bust. There is a drop-down box next to the Boom or Bust button that says Yes or No. If you decide to take out insurance, each time you play it will cost you 5 GG Points. You can take out insurance even if you are at 0 or below, but it will put you into the negative. It is entirely your choice whether or not to take it – it will not affect the outcome of your Boom or Bust results – other than to protect you if you get a tax or bankrupt.

 

In order for your points to go into your bank when you reach 2,000, you must have the “HOLD” option chosen in the Members Only Area. To check what you have set as your preference, log into the Members Only Area and scroll down close to the bottom. There should be a check mark in the box next to “HOLD”. If you have it set to convert to a casino, all of your points will go toward a conversion – up to 2,500 GG Points ($25). After 2,500, any remaining points will then be added to your bank. Make sure that you have deposited and played $50 of your own money in the past 30 days if you are wanting to convert your points to a casino account. If you chose a casino where you have not deposited, the conversion will not be valid and you will not get your points back. You also have to make sure that you have entered and SAVED a VALID casino account number in the appropriate box.

 

The Bank – If you have points in the bank and your GG Points total goes below 100, the bank will automatically add 50 points to your total. The bank will automatically do this EACH TIME you go below 100 … AND… the bank charges you 5 GG Points each time you make a withdrawal, whether it is automatic or you fill out the withdrawal form.

 

You are only able to make ONE withdraw on your account in a 24-hour period, and the maximum withdrawal that you can make is 501 GG Points. I made the mistake, my first time around, of thinking I could make as many withdrawals as I wanted as long as it didn’t go over 501 GG Points. My first withdrawal was for 1 GG Point so I could convert, then I was not able to withdraw anything manually until the next day. The bank still gave me points in 50 GG Point increments until I ran out of points, but I would have rather taken more out at once. Learn from my mistake! :o)

 

Crazy Deals / GetLucky Vouchers – As far as your 1,500 GG Point GetLucky win, I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that it was a “Crazy Deals” GetLucky play that gave you that prize. I don’t have the ability to look at your account, but since we all just received one of those I’m going to go with that scenario and if I’m wrong, let me know and we’ll look into it further.

 

The “Crazy Deal” GetLucky play is something we get every now and then when John (John runs the GoneGambling site.) is feeling especially generous. The prize you receive on this is conditional – you have to fulfil the Crazy Deal requirements and send proof to John to receive the win. When you play the voucher, you should receive an email shortly after explaining what the Crazy Deal is and what you have to do to receive the prize. This week you were required to deposit and play $30 in any GG sponsored casino where you did NOT already have an account. The account had to be NEW and opened from the GG sponsor page. After you opened a new account through GoneGambling, deposited your money and started playing, you were then required to send proof of deposit to the email address listed in the email and John would give you your prize. In your case it would be 1,500 GG Points ($15 value).

 

Gaining GG Points – As far as not having any points right now, I’ll give you a few pointers for the best way to build points.

 

  1. Play Boom or Bust every 30 minutes. Remember, it is your choice whether or not to take insurance – it costs 5 GG Points, but sometimes if you don’t take it, it ends up costing you even more. On the other hand, if you don’t have many points, or are in the negative, if you don’t win anything on Boom or Bust you are still charged the 5 points and you can end up even further in the hole. Boom or Bust is also known as BOB by most members. Sometimes John will go mad and have a 1 or 2 minute Boom or Bust game. This means you can play the game every 1 or 2 minutes for as long as he allows it. He always posts in the Forum to let everyone know just before he has a 1 or 2 minute game.

 

  1. Play the GG Cup Horse Race every 15 minutes. You automatically get 3 GG Points just for playing, but if you get the 1st place horse correct you win 100 GG Points, 1st and 2nd correct you win 1,000 GG Points and a $100 Mapau account (if you don’t already have an account with them) and if you get the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place correct (extremely difficult – but not impossible) you win 1,500 GG Points and a $250 Slotland account. (Again, only if you do not already have an account with them.) If you get the 1st-4th correct, or more, you start winning CASH! Just look at the GG Cup page for details!

 

  1. Play all of your GG Free-Lotto tickets each week. Every time you enter your ticket you will get to play a Pop-Up Onion game that could win you GetLucky plays. There isn’t a daily limit to how many GetLucky plays you can win in conjunction with the Free-Lotto.

 

  1. Play the “off-site” Pop-Up Onion games every day. You are allowed 2 wins in a 24-hour period. Sometimes you win big from the GetLucky vouchers, and sometimes you don’t win anything – but you can’t win if you don’t play! You can look at my site and you will find a lot of Pop-Up Onion games (also known as “dice games” because there used to be dice on the game instead of onions).

 

  1. Enter the Daily Competition EVERY DAY! You just might win (Feature GetLucky Plays) but even if you don’t win, you get 25 GG Points each day just for entering!

 

All of these games can be found by clicking on the “GAMES” button on the left side of any GoneGambling web page.

 

You might also find it helpful to look at the site I built for new members. It explains what casino accounts you can win if you don’t have an account and which ones you can win if you do have an account – and what the requirements are. My site is not endorsed by GoneGambling, it was just something I put together myself. I believe all of the information is accurate, but the GoneGambling site is the last word. You also still need to read all of the rules, and the terms and conditions on the GoneGambling site. My site just gives you an overview to better understand what you can win and where.

 

I hope this information has helped. If you still have more questions, please email one of the support members from the links above and they will be glad to help! I hope you come to love GoneGambling as much as I do! Again, please let me know if I can help you further! – Brensommer

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Unique Casino

A gambler should concentrate on winning rather than loss. The player may loose some time but a gambler should focus on winning whatever the situation may be. Try to have a bankroll large enough so that you can keep yourself in the game. It is always recommended not to be greedy otherwise your casino game playing can be affected. A good strategy to make some money is to stay away after winning even a little money. The allurement of wining more can pave the path of loosing money for you. So leave the game for the day so that you can carry on and be satisfied with the winning amount though that may be a tiny one. In doing this you can stay in profit.

 

The very important thing is that you should know all rules and regulations before entering into the world of basketball-betting. You should be very Unique Casino conscious about that. Otherwise the terms and conditions may hamper your winning and can cause you a huge charge with any reason that you may not accustomed with while playing. You can not concentrate on any other factor while playing so better to mug up all the rule and regulations so that you may static at your profit. Go through the instructions first so that nobody can make you fool and take the amount of your winnings in terms of rules and regulations.

 

The bet from your side should be sensible one and that should depend on the affordable bankroll. Never go beyond your limits otherwise you may loose everything in order to win huge money. Your possibility of loosing more will be enhanced if you bet by going beyond your affordability. Better to increase your bets slowly. If you want to bet in a larger way then just grow slowly as far as the bet is concerned otherwise you may be hampered a lot.

 

ALABAMA CASINOS

 

Alabama is a southern state located in “the Heart of Dixie”, with a rich history dating back to the Civil War. It is known for its Magnolia trees, lush gardens, grand old historic homes, and southern hospitality. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery, which was the first capital of the Confederacy.

 

Alabama casinos are for the most part bingo internet casino, which are run by Native Americans. Casinos can only be run on Native American land, since there is no legalized gambling as such in the state of Alabama. The revenue from the Alabama casinos, as a result, is not taxed by the state of Alabama, since Native American tribes own them. The majority of gambling in Alabama can be found at the horse racing tracks and dog races, in addition to a few slot machines, video gambling machines, and pull-tab cards at these locations.

 

There are very few numbers of casinos found throughout Alabama, there are mainly bingo halls with electronic machines. Yet, you can find horse racing and dog tracks in the area, if pari-mutuel gambling is your preference. The lack of has now turned into a political debate with one candidate asking people to vote for him so he can help raise money within Alabama by establishing casinos. If he is elected he would allow the casinos to expand to full-fledged casinos on the condition that they pay 12% of their gross revenue to the state of Alabama.

 

Due to the fact that the casinos, at present, are small and offer no taxes to the state; casinos and the revenue they produces would be a welcomed improvement, not only for players but residents as it would create jobs and help with the state’s economy. At present, players are opting to cross the state line into Mississippi instead of visiting the smaller casinos in Alabama. Yet, there are people from Alabama who do not like the idea of turning the state into a tourist’s attraction by allowing online slotsto be established. They claim that the restaurants in the area would actually suffer if casinos brought in their own food outlets and this in turn would have a damaging effect on the industry. Alabama is one of the last lottery hold outs although sites and industry stand poised to take advantage of the

 

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Sbobet

Why, when dealers leave the blackjack table, do they always clap their hands? Chris A.

Casino mythology holds that there is a touch of larceny in all dealers. We clap (clear) our hands to prove we are not pilfering chips. Even now, years after my dealing gig, I am still haunted by the suspicion of theft. Every time I pick up an item in a store and put it back, I still “clear” my hands to show I am not shoplifting.

 

The same holds true for those idiotic aprons management makes the dealers wear. Casino operators do not give one iota about us wearing out our pants, no; they just want to make it tougher for us to steal a $25 chip off the game.

 

The bottom line, Chris, is that I believe 99% of casino employees are honest, hardworking individuals, and I’m sticking to that story.

 

Dear Mark,

If I win at nickel slots, should I then move up to quarters, win there, then proceed to dollars? Sally R.

 

At first glance, a natural progression to a higher limit seems appropriate, but only you know for sure if you should experiment with higher denominations. Most players have a favorite level that they are comfortable with within their gaming budget. Understood, betting more means winning more, but along with that comes greater risks. You can lose five times as much money on quarters, and twenty times as much on dollars, and all in the same amount of time.

 

Your need for greed, Sally, proportionate to your working capital, will determine if you should be bumping up to a new caste of gamblers.

 

Dear Mark,

Don’t you think that most players go to a casino to lose, and not win? Jackie G.

 

How correct you are, Jackie. The psychology of most Sbobet players is downright disheartening. When I worked in a casino, they all said the same thing, “I brought $100 to lose, and that’s when I’ll quit.” I rarely heard, “I’ve got $100 dollars here and with it I’m going to win.” You are casino fodder before you ever get started with that losing approach.

 

By the way, Jackie, my favorite line I heard from those same losing players was “I’ll be back!”

 

Dear Mark,

Is there a best time of the day to play blackjack? Grant H.

 

Absolutely, Grant. Because winning at blackjack depends on using cerebral matter – Poirot’s “little gray cells” – play only when you are fresh and alert, not tired or mentally spent.

 

Dear Mark,

How often do casinošs switch their dice, and how can you tell they were once used on a game? Gary A.

 

Generally after an eight-hour shift, dice are taken from a game and retired. On the die you will find a retiring mark that indicates the dice has served its master well, and can be purchased from the casino gift shop, or can be had for free from a philanthropic pit boss. The typical retiring mark is a 1/4″ circle stamped usually into the four spot side of a dice and deep enough into the plastic to make removal nearly impossible.

 

Gambling thought of the week: Judged by the dollars spent, gambling is now more popular in America than baseball, the movies, and Disneyland -combined. – Timothy L. O’Brien, Bad Bet (1998)

 

 

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crypto gambling

Sticky

An unsettled Bobo on his way to new crypto gambling glory.

A prolific and physically powerful center forward, Christian Vieri boasts an accurate left foot and a distinguished fighting spirit. After six seasons rich in goals and somewhat poor in trophies, Bobo Vieri hopes to return to the winning ways at Milan, but he cannot be sure of a starting spot. Ahead of him are Shevchenko and Gilardino, for starters…

Christian Vieri has won himself a label of a footballing nomad. Before joining Inter in 1999, he had played in eight teams in as many seasons; Internazionale were his ninth side, having signed him from Lazio for $ 45 million. He promised then that it was the end to his migrations. – “You can rest assured, I intend to stay black-and-blue for the rest of my life. I am fed up with moving. After having travelled half of the world, plan to stick in Milan for a long time.”

In fact, he has kept a part of the promise. After six seasons, 122 goals in all competitions, a nasty string of injuries, scandals and scuffles with the fans, he has stayed in the city and at the same stadium. Just, on the other side of the street and a slightly different striped shirt, that of AC Milan.

Never in the history has such a big Inter player, a team symbol, crossed the fence to AC Milan so quickly. The big guy had his contract with Inter terminated on July st, only to be presented five days later as a Milan’s reinforcement. Tottenham had been fancied to employ the controversial forwards, and Milan was not even rumoured about. It is true that the two Lombardian giants work closely and some players have switched sides by mutual accord. Still, the turnaround staged by Vieri and Milan had not been recorded, ever.

While Inter’s crypto gambling fans are making up slogans and chants dedicated to Vieri as we speak, Inter’s boardroom was not terribly upset by the player’s transfer to the red-and-black half of the city. Vieri’s former friend, coach Roberto Mancini, was in favour of his departure, and the owner, Massimo Moratti, also favoured the move. After all, Vieri’s paycheck for the seventh and the last year of contract would have amounted to an incredible € 26 million, including taxes. Inter saved themselves a lot of money and, supposedly, just as much dressing room trouble, knowing Vieri’s temperament.

The 32-year old centravanti now hopes to return to the national team, which he served well whenever he was fit, but for now he faces the status of the third choice striker, behind Andriy Shevchenko and Alberto Gilardino. At least, there is no doubt as to who will be the target of Inter’s fans’ boos and rhymes at the next Milan derby.…