While some people do indeed like to take advantage of the play money sections of online casinos – because let’s face it, some of the games are in fact entertaining even without the added excitement of real money stakes – at the end of the day it is the real money, the real possibility of losing but more importantly that of winning, which makes most gamblers tick.
In this article we’ll take a look at what makes a real money online gambling destination stand out in the sea of such offers and gambling possibilities, what makes it a good deal for some.
When it comes to providing pointers on how one can locate the best real money online gaming destination, one has to be extremely careful: what may be a great online casino for one gambler may not be the same for another, both value and entertainment-wise. Therefore, the right way is not to provide a player with a list of online casinos (like most online gambling portals do) with the recommendation that they should sign up and play there, but rather to provide them with a set of skills that will allow them to effectively and successfully select the right gambling destination for themselves. Online casino selection is the name of the game, and while it’s not exactly rocket-science, it can be quite challenging for a beginner who doesn’t know what he has to consider when faced with this task.
The first move of online casino selection is to establish a pool of potential candidate sites. These are sites which feature the games the gambler wants to play, and furthermore: sites which do not penalize the player in any way for wanting to play those games. An example in this respect would be served by roulette. The game of roulette features some bets with close to 50-50 odds (like Red/black and Odd/even) on which players could theoretically turn around massive amounts of money with little losses, thus claiming their bonus and beating the house at its own game. For that reason, some of the online casinos out there have introduced bonus redemption penalties for roulette, which essentially means that players won’t be credited with as much turn-over when they’re playing the roulette, as they are when playing other – bigger house-edge – games.
Now then, while most casinos do indeed do the above, there are operators out there who don’t. If you happen to be a roulette player, and you know you will spend all your time/money at the roulette tables, then you obviously need to go for this sort of operator.
Once you’re done with the initial selection of your likely pool of candidates, you can move on to establish trustworthiness and fairness. The best way to do this is to take advantage of viral information like forum posts and discussion boards. Reviews provided by various online casino review portals are notoriously unreliable in this respect.