Gamble Online For Real Money

October 5th, 2012 by admin Leave a reply »

gamble online for real moneyAre you a lover of gambling? Do you have a hard time saying no when someone invites you to play a hand of poker or blackjack? Well gambling online may just be the thing for you. It gives you the best chances at winning some money and allows you to sit in front of your TV while you place your bets. It doesn’t get much better than this. But how do you go about gambling online for real money? Sure, there are plenty of games on the internet that allow you to play for the glory, but cash is even better. Read on my friends, and you may just hit the jackpot.

1. Open an Account

Before you can place any wagers or earn any money you have to have an account with the casino. Some people choose to use their credit cards to do this, while others use their bank debit cards. If you opened your account using one of these methods, the casino will not send funds to them. These methods are only good for making your initial deposit which is required for you to make your first wager. To receive funds you need the name of the person on your bank account, which obviously has to be you. You also need to provide your checking and routing number, and the name and address of your bank. You may also choose to use a money transfer service such as Click2Pay or eWalletXpress. Unfortunately, PayPal does not cater to online gambling.

2. Always Check the Odds of the Game

The odds of the game you choose to play make a big difference in how much money you are going to make. They call this the house edge. The higher the edge, the lower the chances of you winning. Slots always have a higher edge, while blackjack and poker are lower. Craps and roulette vary. While it is nice to play it safe to ensure your chances of winning, keep something in mind: although a certain game may be less likely for you to win, the payout is typically pretty high when someone does. It is a game of chance; sometimes you need to risk it.

3. Placing Your Bet

Placing your bet is extremely easy–it is done with a click of your mouse. This is what your initial deposit is for. However, many casinos give you bonuses for signing up and making deposits. This is free money for you to wager with. You have to watch out, though. Certain casinos place stipulations on the withdrawals of your bonus. You may have to meet a wager requirement first.

Keep in mind, too, that most games have a betting minimum and maximum. You may have to wager in $5 dollar increments, or bet at least $10 to get into the game. This is often seen when playing blackjack or poker. Once you wager, the money automatically comes out of your account.

4. Getting Paid

Once you have won a nice sum of money and wish to have it in your account–or better yet, in your hands–it is time to cash out. Some casinos allow you to cash out daily, others weekly. I personally feel that once a month is a better option. Each time you cash out there is a procedure you must follow; the less you have to do it, the easier your life is.

The first thing the casino is going to want is proof of identification. Usually when you first open the account with them they ask you to send them a copy of your drivers license along with a copy of a utility bill. They may ask for copies of these each time you withdraw money to prove who you are. They may also ask for any personal information you set your account up with as a means of identifying yourself. This is all for your protection.

The next thing to do is fax this information using a reputable company such as Staples. They keep a copy of all their fax transmissions. This is imperative and protects you against any fraudulent activity on the part of the casino. If they claim they never received the fax of the required documentation, you will have proof they did.

Unfortunately it may take a couple of days for the casino to go through the verification process, but once this is done, you should have your money in no time.

Gambling online is great fun, but doing it for real money definitely makes a big difference. Just be careful and be smart about it. You never know, you might just make some decent money doing something you enjoy.

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