July 22, 2009 - What to talk
about...oh Lord what is there to talk about? Yep,
yours truly, Sweetie, was looking over my narcissistically
prized blog and I noticed the "gambling" section was needing
a good old fashioned "update", if you will. Go figure,
right? A gambling blog on a website called Online Casino
Anyways, the cool thing about
the "gambling" section of this blog, which also has a
Bingo, Casino Games and Online Casino section, is that I
can basically talk about anything that has anything to
do with gambling, whether it's online or land-based
gambling. Heck, I could even talk about all the gambles
I've made in my personal life and still have it qualify
for a legitimate, albeit slightly random blog entry.
So, now that I've wasted a full paragraph talking
about what I could be talking about, please allow
me to actually talk about something - related to
gambling, of course. And, if you will ever be so kind to
allow me the benefit of the doubt, I'll actually attempt
to talk about something useful this time - perhaps
derived from my years of making constant blunders and
reading gambling tutorials over and over and over and
Here's one for you: Why could it be that online
gambling is actually a better wager than in the
land-based casino? Well, guess what? I'm gonna tell you
why. And I'm not going to just tell you why I think
so. I'm going to be so bold to say why I know so.
No he didn't! Get ready, 'cause here it comes. This is
some top secret stuff folks....Are you ready? Okay,
close your eyes. Now, open your mouth.....drum roll
The whole reason why online gambling is better than
land-based gambling is that it's online!
(That was a deep thought, was it not?).
My point is that online casinos offer more free money
and better odds. How is that possible? Well, let's take
a closer look at this whole "online" component.
Internet casinos do not have near as much overhead as
a regular land-based casino. Of course, the best online
casinos will need to put money up in licensing software
and paying for an operational staff that should include
a customer service team. But when you factor in the
costs of maintaining a building, dealers and other
personnel, leasing of machines and equipment, etc., it's
not hard to surmise just how much more expensive it is
operating a brick 'n mortar casino.
Going back to my original question, lower overhead
means there is more money in the pot - and that means
more free bonuses and better payout percentages.
Furthermore, the whole nature of online gambling amounts
to more business, which in turn, amounts to more money
in the pot. Why do you think some of the progressive
jackpot networks out there get as large as they do. I'm
talking about millions of dollars in the pot at one
time. How else can you explain the slots tournaments
awarding hundreds of thousands of dollars per shot?
Of course, this information doesn't apply to every
online casino. All this free money to give away simply
isn't the case with every operator. It should go without
saying that you only play at online casinos using
reputable software and who are licensed and regulated in
accredited jurisdictions. There are rogues out there,
and they will take your money. But hey, let's be honest.
The good casinos are likely to end up taking your money
anyways. But in this case, at least you know you still
have a fighting chance to turn the tides, especially
with a little luck on your side.
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