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Any online gamblers here?

  • 16-10-2021 4:38pm
    Registered Users Posts: 3

    Hey guys,

    I’ve been into sports betting for almost a decade now. However, I got a bit bored, so I’ve been thinking about another pastime that I could do when I’m home alone. Playing cards is great, and I’m pretty good at it. However, it requires playing against several opponents, which could be a bit of a problem, taking into account the current situation. Of course, I could play it against a virtual opponent, but it’s not my cup of tea. 

    Given that it’s related to betting to some extent, I thought about taking up online gambling. But I’m a bit suspicious, maybe even paranoid. The thing is, I don’t know what to look for and what to pay attention to. I came across some advice like the one given here but I still somehow feel it’s not enough.

    So, do you have any advice or guidelines on what to pay attention to when it comes to online casinos? Even better, do you have any to recommend? Surely, I will ask you to support and explain your choice in further detail. But anyway, feel free to share your favorite online casinos. 



  • Registered Users Posts: 1,039 ✭✭✭DubCount

    There seems to be a view in your post that online card games are somehow "rigged". I dont this is the case with any of the major online providers.

    If by cards, you're talking about poker, then check out poker specific forums. Id pick a site with a large player population so you can get a game at the level you want, when you want. After that, maybe do some research on levels of rake and rakeback. Ive tried a few and like partypoker - the games are a bit looser in my view and the blind levels in competitions seem a bit slower. Pokerstars is probably the market leader.

    If by cards you're talking about blackjack or something else - I'd stay away as you're probably going to lose in the long run.

    Anyway, have fun