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Beating Blackjack Online The following tables show the blackjack rules offered by some major software providers. Some software providers allow their licensees to select their own rules. I know this to be true of Real Time Gaming, Unified Gaming, and GamblingSoftware.com. The rules below for Real Time Gaming used to be ...[continue]
Playing Craps Online The first thing people need to remember when they're playing craps online is to stick to line bets (Pass, Don't Pass, Come, and Don't Come) and take the maximum allowed odds. That will cut down on the house edge as much as possible. All other bets carry much higher house edges, especially the ...[continue]
If Betting Is Not A Crime Is It Legal? In New York, it is not a crime to make a bet. But does that mean that betting in
New York is legal?
This may sound like legal hair-splitting. But the U.S. Supreme Court recently
refused to overturn a lower court's decision that betting does not have to be a crime to be
California Legalizes Internet Gambling California Gov. Gray Davis recently authorized what may be the second largest expansion of legal gambling in the history of the United States. At the same time, he brought legal Internet gambling to a significant percentage of the country's population.
Of course, nothing can compare to Gov. ...[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]
Nevada Finds Free Internet Gambling Is Still Gambling Nevada is the only state in the United States, and probably the only government in the world, to conclude that players are making wagers -- when they are not making wagers.
Everyone knows what gambling is. Judges and lawyers may use words such as prize, chance and consideration. But you do ...[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]
Making Your Web Site Too Good Can Get You Into Trouble Can you be dragged across the country, or the world, forced to defend yourself in a foreign courtroom,
merely because you have a site on the World Wide Web?
Judges around the U.S. are being asked that question in cases that often involve Internet gambling.
The most recent example is a ...[continue]
Why Visa Is Dropping Online Gambling Players wager billions of dollars online each year. Almost all bets are funded, at least initially, by credit cards. Companies like Visa get a piece of the action every time their cards are used, without risking a player getting a hot streak.
Yet players are finding it more and more ...[continue]
More States Pursue the Legalization of Online Gambling
In what is sure to change the landscape of the online gambling market in America, five big states are inching closer to the passing of bills that would legalize online gambling within their borders.
With the path to state-regulated online gambling already established by Delaware, New ...[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]
Online Casino Wagering Debate Rages at GIGSE
Online casino wagering is, without question, a hotly debated subject. The legalization of online casino wagering was recently discussed in San Francisco at GIGSE, one of the industry's premier events. Three former politicians shared what they deemed to be the pros and cons of online ...[continue]
Las Vegas Casino Operators Oppose Online Gambling
Las Vegas casino magnates, Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn, own and operate two gambling empires: the Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts. These enterprises include hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls, all of which are built around the primary business of gambling.
With the advent of ...[continue]
Online Casino Payment Methods: Are E-wallets Safe?
There are many options available when it comes to online casino payment methods. When you find the casino that you want to play at you'll need to make a deposit in order to qualify for real money winnings. In order to deposit your money you will have to use one of the online casino ...[continue]
Facebook Casino Games: Online Gambling Goes Social
Facebook casino games are similar to the free games you'll find at most online casinos. Unless you are more than 18 years of age and you reside in the UK, you cannot play Facebook casino games for real money. Instead of playing for cash winnings, players living outside of the UK who like ...[continue]
5 Reasons Why Online Casino Players Should Use Social Media
Can you believe that in 2015, 73% of the population in the United States has had a social network profile? This represents a 6% growth compared to just last year. It's not too surprising really, at least not when you consider the fact that you yourself probably log into you Facebook, ...[continue]