You can’t gamble online by just choosing any casino you like. There are many things to be aware of.
Let me be clear: Online casinos are different.
In my lifetime, I have tried many gambling websites. Unfortunately, some of them have ripped through my pockets.
Some online casinos are more generous and have given me some nice winning streaks and a nice payout.
How can you tell a good casino from a poor one?
Trial and error is the best (and most expensive) learning method. This is how I learned, and it’s not fun. But, this might be the best way to get rid of your blackjack addiction.
Finding out as much information about online gambling as possible is a cheaper option. Google is your friend. You will be amazed at how much information you can find via forums, blogs, and other websites. Many charts have been created that show the payout percentages of different web-based casinos. Although I don’t know how accurate it is, this information is based upon years of statistics.
You might be losing more money if you have been unlucky enough choose a scammy online casino. Losses must be sustained over a long period of time. For example, I lost at least 10 blackjack hands per week when joining an online casino. If you experience uncanny losing streaks or frequent losses, it is a good idea to unregister immediately and sign up for another casino.
You can find information about reputable online casinos as well as articles about blackjack and card counting on my blog.
Be careful and choose wisely.
My blog offers blackjack betting strategies as well as card counting techniques. In addition, I review online casinos and only promote the best.