Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Why Open an Online Casino Now?

The USA has banned online gambling. Or has it? Reading the Post Authority Law, I have found that what they have banned is financial transactions between US financial organizations and online casinos. Why? They cannot ban online casinos because these are not under their jurisdiction. So, have online casinos complied? Some. The large ones have such as Party Gaming and 888, but an American player can still play.

So what does that tell us?
That gambling is at an all time high in the US and across the world. People like to play games for cash because they love the adrenalin rush they get when they bet money on the outcome of a game. A law, that refuses to acknowledge this is doomed to fail just like a law disallowing people from crossing the road when the signal light is red.

What About the Online Casinos?
Some, like Golden Casino, use a different name as their financial entity and ,thus, effectively bypass the US law. It pretty much works like this: the online casino does not allow US players but they leave it up to the players to stop playing. In other words, they do accept them, but are legally not liable for them.

So Why Should You Open an Online Casino NOW?
The US is bubbling with online players anxious to find somewhere or some casino that will accept their cash and allow them to play there. You can take advantage of this gap and this urge and place your casino in that location. Mind you, this is not unique and many online casinos are trying to think of ways to serve the US crowd, but it still is a budding industry because the big players like Playtech and BetonSports have left. Why not get in there and take up that gap?

Lets discuss this in financial terms. People are looking for this product and are scouring the city to find it. Why not open an online casino and offer them what they want? The initial costs are high, but the return on your investment will more than justify spending such large sums on purchasing the software. Note that running an online casino is not that difficult once you have bought the relevant software. Then, you have to spend on marketing this product. Use the relevant internet sites, and voile, players will start dropping in at an alarming rate.

Another reason to buy or open an online casino is that the law will take a while to take effect. This means that people can still play at casinos without any fear of prosecution. So why not take a plunge?

How Can I Open An Online Casino?
Contact one of the many software companies dealing with gaming such as MicroGaming, OddsOn and many others and ask. Some of these will even allow you to use their services such as customer and technical services while you just sit back and watch the money grow in your account. Is that something or not?

Opening or buying an online casino now is still if not more profitable than before. But do not take my word for it alone. Look up google or yahoo and research this for yourself. You will be surprised at the number of new casinos coming up. Join this rush for cash too or be left behind.

Monday, July 2, 2007

InterTopsCasino Experience

I signed up at deposited $25 got a $25 bonus wagered it 40 xs even tho you only have to wager it 20xs went to cashout $500 and couldnt it wouldn't let me
I went straight to my phone to call them they said there is a 14 day waiting period for 1st withdraws I was livid I searched intertopsCasino site and could find no such statement.

Well when you call them they direct you to their sportsbook site where under rules and regulations say 14 day's.

I told them hey I didnt go to sportbook nor poker as neither interested me that it should state this on the Casino site.

I emailed them daily for bout 5 days called every other day finally today it went into my neteller account. All this started on Feb 23rd so not sure if my hounding them got it faster or the fact that it wasnt written on their site.

Just wanted to give a heads up don't expect to cash out right away
it's 14 days.Other then that the site is micro least the casino is they give 100% bonus
had fun but their withdrawel rules ruined it.

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Grand Bay Cash In Problem and More

I have been really disgusted with Grand Prive casinos here lately. I have played with these casinos (Grand Bay) for years and have always been pleased until the last few months. It started in April when the USA was coming down on the casinos and the clearinghouses were not processing the cash ins.

I had cashed in for $400 and never received it. I have since cashed in a total of about $1300 and have still not received my money. They have told me it has been mailed but it has not came. It has been past the 21 business days and I have emailed & called and have been told the same thing but it is the same story.

Things have changed with this casino group...and not for the better. Also on May 27th I was playing Hitman and it went into the 18 free spin rounds and landed on the bonus suitcases. The person I picked for the bonus was Daniel Morris for $67.50 and I was excited because in that round it is atleast 2x the money up to 6x the money. The game froze and I had to log out and back in and it changed the bonus to $2.70 3x the money.

I knew this was a glitch and called Darren immediately (grand bay support) and they told me they would turn it over to microgaming and it would be rectified with 24 to 72 hours. That was on May 27th and this is June 14th and it still hasn't been rectified.

I have called and talked with them several times (including supervisors) and promises have been made but never kept. I loved this casino...I am a VIP and their bonuses are awesome...but...what good is a bonus if you never get your winnings. I am definately looking for another casino group. People...beware of these problems.


Saturday, June 30, 2007

Never pay for any systems or strategies!

I checked out the Wizard's site and found it quite interesting but it's still only one man's opinion regardless of how much he has written. And admittedly he's obviously done a lot of research, but has he actually PLAYED roulette?

I know it's an obvious question but nowhere does he say that he's actually played the game!!!

Surely he would know about columns/dozens 'sleeping' and being hot and cold etc. Surely he would have noticed pattern that are quite unexplainable.

I have this fight with the Maths guys all the time.... I ask them if it's possible to spin 1000 Reds in a row and their immediate answer is, "Yes of course you can - anything is possible in a random game of chance!"

Have you ever seen 1000 reds in a row, are your children ever going to see 1000 Reds in a row, are their grandchildren ever going to see 1000 reds in a row?
Of course not. Reality doesn't work that way!!

Roulette is beatable but only a few are doing it. The casinos wouldn't even register my winnings as a pimple on the whole planet enough to worry about it. They make enough money out of the casual bettor who bets on their favourite numbers or their kids' birthdays or the number of their street address etc.

To win you need:
1) an iron-clad mindset that roulette is a business.
2) a discipline that tells you when enough is enough.
3) patience to not bet every spin - wait.
4) a robust strategy that returns at least 70% winners or you're doomed.