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Note: We at EnergyFrog Online Gambling Paradise believe that the following tips and information will help you enjoy your time at online casino games, but we cannot guarantee that you will profit from these tips and information.


Gambling dos What you should do

  • Before you start play set your budget limit and stick to it. Set also your profit target amount and make it reasonable.
  • Watch how your bet is placed by dealers, they do make mistakes.
  • Leave while ahead. The feeling is great and you are likely to win again next time.
  • If you lose your set limit and cannot bear to watch others gamble, leave.
  • Never borrow money to gamble and don't lend either. Lending money to a friend who is losing badly is a sure way of losing him - and probably the lent money too.
  • Always keep a low profile, whether you are winning or losing.
  • Do your homework before you gamble online, not after. Read the rules, check the terms on bonuses and cashing out, in particular.
  • Check the customer service response before you sign up with an online casino. Make a phone call or send them an email with a question and see how long it takes them to reply.
  • Check if the online casino is a member of a known association. This won't be a guarantee, but it surely reduces the risk of being let down.
  • Be suspicious of anything that sounds to good too be true. It probably is.
  • Learn money management, it is more important than the game itself.
  • If you suspect you have a gambling problem, contact Gamblers Anonymous.

Gambling don'ts What you should not do

  • Don't be afraid to bet. If you are not up to it, don't gamble.
  • Dont try to impress people by betting more than you can afford.
  • Don't drink and gamble.
  • Don't gamble if you feel tired.
  • Don't increase your bets to try to recover losses.
  • Don't take your check book, ATM card, credit or debit card to the casino.
  • Don't be greedy; if you lose what you have just won, you are.
  • Don't gamble more than your set limit.
  • Don't stay beyond what you have set out to do.
  • Never quit after a win.
  • When you win a lot, don't think it's easy. It may feel that way but it never is.
  • Don't bet more than you can afford especially on a new game or a game that you don't know all the rules of.
  • Don't lose your winnings. Leave when you are up. For example; if up $50, leave. There is a $100 difference if you won then lost and were down $50.

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ROULETTE

Roulette is one of the most popular games played in modern Casinos. It is also amongst one of the oldest Casino games. Roulette is somewhat unique amongst modern table games in that it employs a mechanical device as the key element of the game. This is the large and very distinct Roulette wheel, which is mounted horizontally on one end of the table. The hollow of the wheel contains thirty-seven colored slots numbered from 0 to 36 - half the slots are red and half are black and the 0 is green - and a 00 in American Style Roulette.

Roulette is played by spinning a small ball, usually metal or ivory counterclockwise - around a wheel spinning clockwise. When the wheel comes to rest, the ball drops into one of these slots. The object of Roulette is to predict the slot the ball will land in.

Wagers in Roulette are placed on an area of the table marked with a pattern of boxes and numbers.

History of Roulette | Roulette Rules | Roulette Strategies | Terminology | Roulette Tips


BLACKJACK

Welcome to Blackjack 101 and the enticing world of Blackjack, discover the exciting origins of the game we know as Blackjack, get an over-view of the basic rules of Blackjack, improve your game with our playing techniques, pick up a little Blackjack terminology, benefit from our Blackjack tips and follow the links to exciting Blackjack games online!

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SLOTS

Welcome to Slots 101 and the enticing world of Slots, discover the exciting origins of the game we know as Slots, get an over-view of the basic rules of Slots, improve your game with our playing techniques, pick up a little Slots terminology, benefit from our Slots tips and follow the links to exciting Slots games online!

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CRAPS

Craps is played using two six-sided dice, meaning that 2 is the lowest total that can be rolled, and the highest is twelve. Out of the 36 possible combinations that can result from a roll of the dice, it is easiest to roll a 7. Thus, the odds for Craps are all determined from this number.The shooter is the only player at the table in control of the game - the results of his or her rolls of the dice determine the payout results for other bettors at the table. An individual shooter maintains control of the game until he or she rolls a seven after the point has been established. The shooter also holds the option to pass the opportunity to roll the dice to the next player in turn (the shooting order moves clockwise in the circle around the table). Craps is one of the most popular games in the gambling world, as it offers the lowest house advantage of any common casino game. While the great odds are attractive, new players often find themselves overwhelmed by the number of different betting options available to them. It is worth noting, however, that players only need to grasp a few basic betting options in order to enjoy and succeed at playing Craps. Before you try your luck at Craps in a casino, it is recommended that you visit the Terminology section to gain a better understanding of the language that is used at Craps tables.

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KENO

If your familiar with any lotto, you already know a lot of what you need to play keno. Keno is similar to lotto only it offers better odds and more frequent games. The drawback - a whopping house advantage of around 30 percent! The game consists of three major components; the keno ticket, the ball hopper or cage and a display board. In it's simplest terms, the game works like this:

Players mark from 1 to 20 spots on a ticket.
A machine of some type selects 20 balls at random, out of 80. Each ball is marked with a number from 1 to 80.
The 20 selected numbers are displayed on the display board.
Players can win if enough of the spots selected on their ticket match the balls drawn.
Almost every winning combination for keno has odds of greater than 10:1 and most are in the 100:1 range or beyond. Players can usually participate in a game of keno in several locations throughout the casino, but the game is actually "played" in the Keno Lounge. If your familiar with any lotto, you already know a lot of what you need to play keno. Keno is similar to lotto only it offers better odds and more frequent games. The drawback - a whopping house advantage of around 30 percent! The game consists of three major components; the keno ticket, the ball hopper or cage and a display board. In it's simplest terms, the game works like this: Players mark from 1 to 20 spots on a ticket. A machine of some type selects 20 balls at random, out of 80. Each ball is marked with a number from 1 to 80. The 20 selected numbers are displayed on the display board. Players can win if enough of the spots selected on their ticket match the balls drawn. Almost every winning combination for keno has odds of greater than 10:1 and most are in the 100:1 range or beyond. Players can usually participate in a game of keno in several locations throughout the casino, but the game is actually "played" in the Keno Lounge.

The Keno Lounge usually consists of chairs, tables or desks in rows facing the display board. The display board shows eighty numbers with the ones selected highlighted. Bets are made in the area below the board using markers that usually look like crayons.

Mark your cards, place your bet and watch the results of the draw. That's all there is to it! Of course there are some other nagging details such as wagering, payouts, odds, etc. For this information we will have to get a little more in depth, so read on by choosing the appropriate topic from the list on the left.

The Keno Lounge usually consists of chairs, tables or desks in rows facing the display board. The display board shows eighty numbers with the ones selected highlighted. Bets are made in the area below the board using markers that usually look like crayons.

Mark your cards, place your bet and watch the results of the draw. That's all there is to it! Of course there are some other nagging details such as wagering, payouts, odds, etc. For this information we will have to get a little more in depth, so read on by choosing the appropriate topic from the list on the left.

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