Around my town, some internet cafe casino places have popped up and, are run under a Veterans Administration of some sort. (for some reason, being under this Vet. Admin. let's them bypass the no casino/gambling laws here) Anyhow, these places are packed with people who can now go there to gamble online.
I do not see why they do this, when one can sign up to an online casino at home. Unless they have no internet.
The question I have is, do you, or, does someone you know, actually use any of these online Casinos? Can you share with us what you know about online casinos? How they work, are they a rip off, what to beware of? Basically, give us the run down on online casinos?
I see them pop-up all the time and they claim to have all these great games and payouts, but I am too much of a coward to play them.
Most online casinos are not trusted by people. There are more chances of getting cheated.
If you play casino games it is almost always free money for the casino because you cannot beat the odds so they have no real need for cheating especially nowadays when the customers have a chance to choose the casino where they play, online casino or real casino. I have never heard before about internet cafe casino places but if they market their business right and get customers I am sure they can make some good money.
The only reason to play casino games is playing for fun. You may win in one night or lose but if you play every night you will definitely lose in a long run.
In other "gambling"/betting forms such as in poker or sports betting you have theoretical chance to win in a long run but no in casino games.
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