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Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by fast_eddie, Jan 1, 2004.

    Jan 1, 2004
  1. fast_eddie

    fast_eddie Dormant account

    Just wondering if anyone has ever played at this site before. An has an opinion about it? THANKS
    Fast Eddie
  2. Jan 1, 2004
  3. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service
    Good rep and has recently licensed some offshoots. It's the "live over the internet" gambling concept from casino/studios in realtime manned by attractive female croupiers.
  4. Jan 1, 2004
  5. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    I tried them out, the BJ section though. The girls are nice and it feels kind of good to see the cards being actually live cards and shuffled by real people. The girls are nice but I mainly want to play BJ when I am online, not talk about where I am from and what I do for a living :). All in all a nice experience.
  6. Jan 13, 2004
  7. dunesclubcasino

    dunesclubcasino Dormant account

    Casino Host
    In reply to your question

    I was reading some of your threads and yes it is hard once you`ve won say, $300 to just quit.Try puuting your winnings in prospective,to say working a 9-5
    job.If you could earn $100 a day playing online,and it takes you 4 hours to make that kind of money.How would that compare to $90 at a 8hr job?That`s how you must think,also you must have the attitude that as your playing ,this particular online experience is a bad one and quit.Come back to fight another day.
    Well anyway I have some free software you can try.Try the BACCARAT it`s FREE
    Start with a $2 bet on the player.If you lose bet $4.If you lose bet $8.Try this software to see how far you have to go before you win.You`ll be suprised!
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  8. Jan 13, 2004
  9. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    Also, regarding CasinoWebcam.com: Their pen in BJ is terrible - approx. 40% just now when I watched a game.
  10. Jan 13, 2004
  11. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    Check your PM's on this forum Daniel (dunesclub).
  12. Jan 15, 2004
  13. wossisface

    wossisface Dormant account

    In my experience the 'play for fun' software of many casinos seems to be more player friendly than in 'real money' mode.Am I alone in having this opinion?
  14. Jan 15, 2004
  15. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    That's an easy conclusion to draw when you play for fun, win, then deposit and play for real - and loose. I'm certain that some of the less honest casinos have tried this scam, and still does, but I do not think that is something done generally in the online Casino bis. Hm, am I being gullible?
  16. Jan 15, 2004
  17. wossisface

    wossisface Dormant account

    I get your point, and it is certain that when playing for real there is a bit of added pressure affecting decision-making, but it seems to me sometimes impossible to lose whilst playing for 'fun', especially with a bankroll of five grand!!
  18. Jan 15, 2004
  19. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    Yeah, when I play BJ for 'fun' I usually also have that kind of a bankroll. So, you chip out a hundred and don't really care what happens. Ah, a BJ now I got 3:2 on my 100! I'm way ahead! I can't afford to do that with real money so I chip out a 5 or a 10. Yay, BJ on 5$. Now I got.. 12.50!!

    And, I believe you tend to remember your losses with real money MUCH easier than with play money. I mean, who really cares about the play money, but every dollar burns when it comes to real money.

    Also, BJ is, if not counting cards, a long term deal of loosing. Eventually you will have 15 winning hands in a row with 4-5 BJ's in them. That will happen with play or real money. You will also have the opposite - the dealer getting impossible hands and pushing all your BJ's and flipping over that 5 to reveal.. 21! If the latter happens in play mode you probably will not care as much but YOU SURE WILL REMEMBER IT in real mode :).

    Just my 5 cents.
  20. Jan 15, 2004
  21. wossisface

    wossisface Dormant account

    And a much appreciated 5 cents it is. Although the original point I was making regards the dunebuggy's shameless plugging of his baccarat game and recommending that we back the players hand (tax free of course) using the martingale system, which in my experience usually works very well in 'fun' mode but is a recipe for disaster in reality. Strange that, innit? Anyway I better get some sleep, the sun's coming up. Have a good one!
  22. Jan 15, 2004
  23. kryddturken

    kryddturken Guest

    Yeah I read his tip regarding progressive betting as well and it was indeed a shameless plug. Sure, when you have a bankroll of 5.000$ it will take a while before the Martingale eats you up but in time it will. Doing that with 50$ or 100$ is just a recipe for disaster. I totally agree with you there. :notworthy Sleep is nice, I just woke and I'm about to go get my blackjack decks now. :)

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