Online Casinos vs. Land-Based Casinos: Which is Better? No, this isn't the main event card at Caesar's Palace. It's the fight between Internet casinos and the traditional land-based alternative for the public's gambling dollar.
The question is: Which is better?
Both have unique and powerful advantages weighing in their favor. But while they are ...[continue]
Court Upholds Casinos Right To Unreasonably Exclude Sometimes you just get a bad feeling about someone.
When you are working in a casino, it might be a player making bizarre bets, like hitting on 19, and winning; or a guy who looks like he is aching for a fight; or a small group, hanging around the slot machines, blocking the security ...[continue]
Casinos As Spies For The Federal Government The following Notice has not been approved by any government official. (In fact, some of them would probably be unhappy to see this warning published.)
WARNING TO ALL CASINO PATRONS:
If you win big, are a high roller, or do anything that a casino or the government regards as suspicious, ...[continue]
Random Number Generators - How Online Casinos Keep Things Fair
When playing blackjack at an online casino, gamblers aren't physically dealt cards from a deck. The same can be said for roulette; there's no dealer spinning an actual wheel. Nobody rolls a real pair of dice at the craps tables, nor do they manually spin the reels of the slot machines. ...[continue]
New Jersey Online Casinos
After what has seemed like an eternity, the time has finally come when New Jersey online casinos are now legal for those who live or reside within the states' borders. Anyone that meets the legal age requirement can now register to play as a real money players at one of the fully licensed ...[continue]
Online Casinos Accepting US Players - Which Ones Can You Trust?
Since the passing of the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act in 2006, American gamblers are always on the lookout for online casinos accepting US players. The UIGEA prohibited financial transactions related to online wagering. As a result, many casino operators shut their doors to ...[continue]
Live Dealer Casinos - How Do They Work?
Live dealer casinos first came on the scene in 2006. Since that time they've become a staple at almost all of the biggest online casinos existing today. Unlike other casino games, live dealer casinos are not always available in free play mode. The reason for this is because the casino ...[continue]
Live Dealer Casinos
Live dealer casinos are increasingly popular with online gamblers. Technology has advanced at such a speed that there is now an expectation that the virtual world more accurately reflects a real-world gambling experience. Think of the early days of online gambling as being like a rotary ...[continue]
New Jersey Online Casinos Thwart July 4th Hacker Attack
While most Americans were spending time with family and friends celebrating Independence Day, an online hacker launched a cyber-attack against four unnamed online casinos based in New Jersey. The July 4th attack lasted a mere 30 minutes but was powerful enough to shut down all four ...[continue]
Gambling Wins Again At The Polls Now there are only two: On November 5, 2002, voters in Tennessee amended the State Constitution to create a state lottery, leaving Hawaii and Utah as the only states without some form of legal gambling.
Across the nation, the election showed voters are becoming more comfortable with legal ...[continue]
Federal v. State Governments Internet gambling is exposing inherent weaknesses in some of the world’s largest governments; conflicts that cannot ever be completely resolved.
In the old, old days (around 1996), it looked like the Great Divide was between the large countries in the Northern Hemisphere, and everyone else. ...[continue]
Defining Slots-For-Tots The new Millennium has begun with a new controversy for legal gaming: whether some slot machines might be
unduly attractive to children.
The issue became news in October, 1999, when the Nevada Gaming Commission (ANGC) made public its growing
unhappiness over gaming devices with cartoon ...[continue]
Gambling and the Law While the media focused on the close race between Al Gore and George W. Bush for President, little attention was given to other contests in the November 2000 election. Legal gambling was directly and indirectly involved in some very close races, including ones which also required ...[continue]
Gambling Wins Again At The Polls - Part II The November 2002 voting will be remembered as one of the few times that the party in power in the White House also gained control of both houses of Congress in a midterm election. But the biggest winner may have been the gaming industry, which will see renewed growth in racinos, state ...[continue]
Dont Tug On Supermans Cape It is possible to get in trouble with gray market gambling, but you really have to work at it. One good way is to thumb your nose at the cops.
The latest to learn this sad lesson are three Internet gambling websites: Alohacasino.com, Royalclubcasino.com, and 7sultans.com. They were sued by ...[continue]
With one lonely Ben Franklin left, I would... Dear Mark,
If you had just $100 left to bet in a casino, how would you wager it? Doug D.
You should have asked me earlier, Doug. The casino's mission is twofold: first, to empty your wallet, and second, to keep you smiling. This was best described by Bob Stupak, a former casino ...[continue]