US Players

The3rdMan

Dormant account
I'd like to suggest a category for US Players.

There are a number of issues affecting the United States. I realize the gambling environment for the US may be changing due to the recent decision in December last year from the Justice department that only sports betting is considered illegal. I reside in Kentucky. From what I've been able to ascertain, there isn't a law prohibiting online gaming, except in the state of Washington. However, the US has put into place obstacles that make it difficult to transfer winnings from an online casino to their bank account. I'd like to get feedback from other players about how they make deposits and withdrawals, how long they have been using a particular method that's been successful, and whether they've experienced problems using certain methods. I recently discovered MYPAYLINQ, for example, as a method for depositing and withdrawing, or VISA for depositing. Comments about the aforementioned and other topics unique to the US would be interesting and informational. Are players from a specific state having problems, etc. I could go on an on, but I'd like to gather as much information as possible before I start playing to ascertain if online gambling for US players is for the most part, a safe venture as well as a recreational, and hopefully profitable one.
 

chuchu59

gambling addict
PABnonaccred
CAG
i think this should be put into America the Beautiful
Doesnt matter Kauphy. This section usually attracts more traffic and casino operators might also chirp in with sound suggestions. Frankly, though I am not from the US I am always interested in developments in the Land of the ....ahem... Free
 

samoas

Senior Member
I'd like to suggest a category for US Players.

There are a number of issues affecting the United States. I realize the gambling environment for the US may be changing due to the recent decision in December last year from the Justice department that only sports betting is considered illegal. I reside in Kentucky. From what I've been able to ascertain, there isn't a law prohibiting online gaming, except in the state of Washington. However, the US has put into place obstacles that make it difficult to transfer winnings from an online casino to their bank account. I'd like to get feedback from other players about how they make deposits and withdrawals, how long they have been using a particular method that's been successful, and whether they've experienced problems using certain methods. I recently discovered MYPAYLINQ, for example, as a method for depositing and withdrawing, or VISA for depositing. Comments about the aforementioned and other topics unique to the US would be interesting and informational. Are players from a specific state having problems, etc. I could go on an on, but I'd like to gather as much information as possible before I start playing to ascertain if online gambling for US players is for the most part, a safe venture as well as a recreational, and hopefully profitable one.
The ATB section isn't nearly as active as the primary forum, as Chuchu stated. I always check it out for any issues, suggestions or personal experiences relayed by US players. Welcome & please chime in there! Ask questions and you will get replies.;) We are an opinionated bunch here.:D
 

anniemac

Ueber Meister
PABnoaccred
MM
Let me explain why this needs to be in the America the Beautiful section.

Bryan has made the ATB section and several of the other US facing sections where they can't be accessed by internet spy programs (I don't know what you call it) so that they can't be snooped by entities that are being nosy.

So you aren't likely to get anyone to post here for that reason.
 

pokeraddict

Webmaster
Let me explain why this needs to be in the America the Beautiful section.

Bryan has made the ATB section and several of the other US facing sections where they can't be accessed by internet spy programs (I don't know what you call it) so that they can't be snooped by entities that are being nosy.

So you aren't likely to get anyone to post here for that reason.
IIRC you need x # of posts to see it and participate so OP probably does not have access.
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
IIRC you need x # of posts to see it and participate so OP probably does not have access.
Nope, anyone can post there. It's just not accessible by guests, to include Google or any other search engine spider. Same with the Payment Processing sections.
 
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