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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 28 February 2006 
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  • Online Casinos
    by Victor Luna
    February 2006
    Visiting an Online Casino might make you feel as though you are in a real casino! For example, you must follow the playing rules of the online casino. These can be strict rules, especially when you are playing for real money. You need to keep in mind that in most cases you will be playing against real people - some who may be very good.

    Most games are fairly straight forward with their rules and most will have a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) link that you can refer to. Here is a link to some of the highest rated online casinos out there:

    Online Casino Reports

    At these casinos, you can play everything from Baccarat, Craps, Texas Hold 'em to Video Poker and slots. A lot of times, the websites will give you credit so you can get used to playing before you spend your money, or they will have free play for no money. In order to play, you will need a credit card. Your card is charged for your plays, and credited back when you win. Here are some links that you can check out.

    Pacific Poker
    Paradise Poker
    Inter Casino
    Real Vegas Online
    Casino.com

    A few things you need to know about online gambling.

    You are playing with real money, and you can lose your money. Online gambling operations are in business to make a profit. They take in more money than they pay out. You can ruin a good credit rating if you gamble away more than you can afford to lose.

    Online gambling generally requires the use of a credit card. If kids rack up debt online, they could ruin their credit rating - or their parent's. Online gambling can be addictive. Because Internet gambling is a solitary activity, people can gamble uninterrupted and undetected for hours at a time. Gambling in social isolation and using credit to gamble may be risk factors for developing gambling problems.

    Gambling is illegal for kids. Every state prohibits gambling by minors. That's why gambling sites don't pay out to kids and go to great lengths to verify the identity of any winner.

    Gambling, however, is also a great source of enjoyment for many....so if that is you, and the weather is unfavorable for going out, or you live many miles from a casino...this is an excellent way to enjoy it! Have fun!
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