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Last time we were discussing the structure of betting in a fixed-limit game of Texas hold ’em. This time we’ll look at the types of two-card starting hands you’re likely to encounter, which ones you should play, and which ones you should throw away or fold.

There are four different types of hands in hold ’em: pairs; suited cards; connected cards; and rags.

Pairs, of course, are hands where your two cards match. The higher the pair, the stronger the hand. If you start with A-A, for example, and your opponent starts with 3-3, then you have a tremendous advantage over her. The only way she can beat you is for the board to deliver one of the two remaining threes in the deck (unlikely) or four cards which work together with one of her threes to make a straight or a flush (even more unlikely still).

Suited hands are those with two cards in the same suit. With suited cards, you have the possibility of making a flush if three or more cards of the same suit turn up on the board. Again, you’d prefer to have high suited cards, because your opponent could make a flush in the same suit as you, and then the pot would go to the player whose flush featured the highest cards. Say, for example, you hold A-Th (ace-ten of hearts) and your opponent holds Q-Jh. The flop delivers the six and three of hearts, plus the deuce of spade (6h-3h-2s). Now you both have a flush draw, but yours is better because if another heart comes, you’ll have an ace-high flush, while your opponent’s will only be queen high. Even if the king of hearts should turn up, your opponent’s king-high flush won’t be as good as your ace-high monster!

Connected cards are hands like K-Q, T-9, 6-5 or any other two-card holding where the cards are adjacent in rank. The strength of connected cards lies in their ability to make straights. If you hold 9-8, for instance, and the flop comes T-7-2, you’ve flopped an open-ended straight draw, and any jack or six on the turn or the river will complete your hand. Not surprisingly, big connected cards are better than small ones. Sad is the person who holds 7-6 when the board shows T-9-8 and his opponent is holding Q-J!

Ragged hands, or rags, are holdings like K-8, J-2, 6-4, 8-5, etc. Sometimes these Slot Online hands will seem attractive, especially if they’re suited, or one-gappers like 9-7. Take my advice… don’t play ’em! Rag hands are trouble hands. The more often you fold them, the better off you’ll be.

In fact, that’s a pretty good rule of thumb for hold ’em hands of any kind: When in doubt, fold. The main mistake that most beginning hold ’em players make is that of playing too many hands. If you avoid this mistake, if you play tight instead of loose, you’ll give yourself a big advantage over your less-disciplined opponents.

It’s easy to lose your discipline in hold ’em. Once you’ve thrown away 8-5o (eight-five unsuited or offsuit), only to see the flop come 8-8-5, you’ll start to think that any two starting cards can make a hand in hold ’em. While it’s true that you might hit a big flop with any starting hands (heck, you only need three of a kind on board to make quads!) the odds are way against you. Any time you enter a hand with inferior cards, it’s like running a race where you give your opponent a big head start. Sure, you might win sometimes, but aren’t you more likely to win when you’re the one with the big head start?

Poker is a game that takes patience. You have to fold hand after hand after hand, waiting for those few quality hands that will give you the big head start against your foes. The good news is that, with the exception of the blinds, it costs you nothing to fold those hands! That’s why poker is such a good deal for the savvy casino gambler. In virtually every other game in the house, you have to put up some money to play (and since the house has an edge, you’re always, on average, going to get back less than you put up). But in hold ’em, or any poker game without an ante, you can look at hand after hand after hand for free! If you’re selective about which hands you play, you not only get more bang for your gambling buck, you’re much more likely to be successful in winning the pot!

Last time, you’ll recall, we talked about the importance of position in hold ’em. Here’s where we start to see it in action. Suppose you’re holding a hand like Q-Js: high cards, suited and connected. It looks like a good hand – and maybe it is. But how many better hands are out there? If you’re first to act after the blinds, you have no idea whether your hand is strong, relative to the rest of the players, or not. Anyone yet to act behind you might have a monster hand like A-A or K-K, and be just waiting for a chance to raise the bet. If you enter the pot in early position, you’re very vulnerable to raises from players waiting to act behind you.

On the other hand, if you hold that Q-J suited in last position (on the button) and no one else has called the blind bet and entered the pot, you can be fairly sure that your hand is superior to the random hands that the blinds may hold. Now not only can you call the bet, you can actually raise! Maybe the blinds will both fold and you’ll win the pot right there.

Hold ’em, then, is a game of big cards and good position. If you do nothing but play big cards in late position, you’ll have a sound basic strategy for success in the game.

Now here’s your homework: Get a bunch of friends together and practice playing hold ’em for free. Try to make the game as much like the casino version as possible, so that when you finally take the plunge into public poker, you’ll feel totally at ease and at home.

 

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Box man: is the craps table supervisor who sits between the one stickman and directly behind the thousands of dollars worth of chips that the casino keeps on hand at each craps table.

 

Dealers: the two dealers at the Craps table are responsible for all the bets made on his half of the table. Whenever you want to make free odds, place, or lay bet in a casino, you should give the money to the dealer at your end of the table and he will make the bet for you.

 

Floor men: are the supervisors who are responsible for the games in the casino and the employees running them. Floor men spend their time behind the tables watching over the games.

 

Marker Puck: is the plastic disk, which the dealers use to mark the “Point” on the Craps table. When the puck is turned so that the side inscribed with ‘off’ is face up, then all free odds bets have no action on the following roll of the dice.

 

Pit: is the area enclosed by all of the craps tables in a casino. Floor men walk around in the pit and keep an eye on the craps games in progress and the casino employees.

 

Stickman: is the casino employee who calls out the dice rolls and returns the dice to the ligaz888 shooter. The stickman also is responsible for the placing and paying the proposition bets.

 

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The basic idea behind Craps is to establish a “point” number and roll that number again before rolling a 7 (craps). Only the numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 can be a point number and all other rolls on the dice have special meanings depending on when they are rolled (before or after a point is established).

 

The casino game of Craps is played with a set of two perfectly balanced dice with each die having six white dots numbered 1 through 6. The game is played by tossing the dice from one of the short ends of the table to the other (make sure that both die hit the opposite side wall of the table). Payoffs are made based on the number combination displayed when the dice come to rest.

 

The inside walls of the table are covered with a serrated egg-carton like foam, designed to make the dice bounce around to assure randomness. Each throw of the dice is called a “roll”. Players take turn rolling the dice, clockwise around the table, and the player rolling at any given time is called the “shooter”. When a new shooter is given the dice, his or her first roll is called the “”Come Out”” roll. This begins a new series of rolls by that shooter and lasts for as long as that shooter continues to make winning rolls.

 

A new game in Craps begins with the “”Come Out”” roll. A “Come Out” roll can be made only when the previous shooter fails to make a winning roll — more correctly known as “not making the “Point”” or “seven out”. A new game then begins with a new shooter. If the current shooter does make his “Point”, the dice are returned to him and he then begins the new “Come Out” roll. This is a continuation of that shooter’s roll, although technically, the “Come Out” roll identifies a new game about to begin.

 

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My UFANightmare in the Air

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We all get excited about a trip to a convention in Vegas. I’m no different. I looked forward to my trip to Las Vegas for the BARGE Convention and Tournaments for many months. I wanted to be sure that I had plenty of time in town so I booked to arrive a few days before the tournament started. I figured that this would give me time to settle in, and get used to the climate and playing conditions.

Finally the day arrived that I was going to leave. To say that I was excited and looking forward to this trip would be an understatement. The following story was posted to rec.gambling.poker on my return. It made a big hit and many found it humorous. I for one, did not. The airline in this story shall remain anonymous.

Ok gang; here’s my trip report…

I left three days in advance of BARGE (Thank Heavens). The limo fights Sunday evening traffic for two and a half hours to get to LGA in NYC (normally a 50-minute trip). I can hear the driver mumbling under his breath something to the effect that he could have had the night off, if it wasn’t for me. I arrive two hours early for takeoff. I am hyper and climbing the airport terminal walls like a fly, waiting for the flight to be called. Finally, I board the plane, and we are airborne. Hurray!

We are in the air for about 5 minutes (not at altitude, but higher than I would like to fall), when the pilot comes on and tells us that we have to land at Newark International Airport, due to mechanical problems. I reach into my pocket and cannot find any Rosary beads to use. I search my carry-on for a bible, no luck. I thought better of my next thought, which was to stand up and start yelling for a priest to give me the last rites. It seems that the landing gear would not fully retract. Not a big problem until you land, especially if they will also not fully deploy.

We land at Newark, and we have to change planes get new seat assignments and store our carry on luggage again. One and a half hours or so later, we are out on the tarmac once more. I take a look out the window and see lots of flashing lights and what looked like Jeeps or fire trucks. The pilot comes on says “Due to debris on the runway, all runways but one are closed to take offs and landings. We will be proceeding to that open runway”. “Debris on runway” is airline talk for saying that there was some sort of a crash. He is also nice enough to let us know that there are 27 planes in front of us, and it will not be more than about half an hour before it’s our turn.

I have a tight connection in O’Hare in Chicago (40 mins.). I sit in that bucket of bolts in which the cabin temperature is slowly rising to the boiling point of water. It is an hour and a half (seems to be an airline timeline), before we are on our takeoff roll. I ask the flight attendant what my chances are of making my Las Vegas connection? She tells me they are trying their best.

The pilot comes on and says that they are hoping to make up lost time by cruising at maximum speed. I am not too sure I like that as I can hear all kind of creaks and moans emanating from the fuselage around me. I am not a happy camper. The pilot, with a slight southern drawl tells us that he has called ahead and told ground control that we will be late, and any connecting flights will delay as long as possible.

We finally get to UFA Chicago. We dock in bay 11. I again look out the window and next door I see all the smiling faces in the plane in bay 10, which is my flight to Las Vegas. It is just being towed out of the dock for takeoff. Then the flight attendant comes in and reads the connecting flights that have been missed. Do I have to say that mine was first on the list?

I go on TILT. I calmly run to the airline’s main desk, hoping to beat all the other passengers on the plane. I find that at this hour they only have one attendant, and there are already 75 half-crazed passengers trying to get new bookings for their destinations. After a rather small exchange of ideas with the ticket agent, the airline puts me up at the Hilton. No more flights to Vegas that night. The suite is big enough to host BARGE. The night manager of the Hilton asks me if I am pleased with the room. I say something to the effect that “the room is too long a walk from the strip.”

I call airline reservations. They tell me that the next direct flight to LV is at 10 am the next morning. I say “you gotta do better than that.” Ok, they then tell me they have a 4am flight to Dallas/Fort Worth that will give me a connection to LV from there. Then they give me $15 for dinner and/or breakfast, this in a hotel where a cup of coffee is $5.00. Of course no restaurants or kitchens in the hotel are open at this hour, so it had to be room service. So much for the $15, it just about covered the tip. It’s 12-midnight. Room service brings me a ham sandwich. The food tasted like it was thawed out over a candle, as no kitchens were open, but I ate it like it was a Prime Rib.

I tell the front desk to give me a 2am wake up call. Just as my head hits the pillow it’s “WAKE UP TIME”. I run across the street to the airport, get to dock 5 and fall asleep in a chair. I wake up when someone shakes me and asks if I am boarding this plane for Dallas/Fort Worth. I run to board my plane and get there with no problems. I have to change planes again and I AM OFF TO LAS VEGAS ONLY 30 HOURS AFTER LEAVING HOME…

My flight arrives at McCarran. We taxi towards the docking bay and then stop. I am wondering why we are sitting on the tarmac, only a dozen or so feet away from the dock? I look out the window again, and notice that every other docking crew but ours is doing its job. Oh God, another announcement: “Sorry folks but there is a job action by the ground crew and we have just called headquarters for instructions.” I start to feel faint. I want to tell the pilot to let me have a shotgun and this strike will be over in 20 seconds, but I think better of the idea.

One hour later the strike is settled and we disembark. I end up with about 15 airline tickets for souvenirs by the end of trip. The only thing that I can be thankful for is that I didn’t have a seat next to one of Maxi Shapiro’s pals, Dirty Wally or Big Denny. How that happened I’ll never know, but thank Heaven for small favors.

Now go win money.

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CryptoLogic Comments on Lawsuit

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(Toronto, ON) – CryptoLogic Inc., a leading software supplier to the Internet gaming and e-commerce industries, announces it intends to vigorously defend allegations made against it and certain of its subsidiaries in a lawsuit filed on March 12, 2002 by Las Vegas From Home.com, a former licensee. The Company and its legal counsel are of the opinion that all of the claims made by Las Vegas From Home.com are frivolous and without merit.

 

CryptoLogic’s wholly owned subsidiary WagerLogic and a subsidiary of Las Vegas From Home.com entered into a licensing agreement in May 2001 with respect to the development and launch of Internet poker software. CryptoLogic terminated that licensing agreement in February 2002 because Las Vegas From Home.Com was determined to be in breach of the agreement due to its failure to meet certain of its obligations under the agreement, its independent development of poker software and its launch of an Internet poker room.

 

“While Las Vegas From Home.com’s lawsuit may make good headlines, its claims have no basis in law or in fact,” said Jean Noelting, President and CEO of CryptoLogic. “This type of frivolous lawsuit is damaging to the Company’s reputation and to shareholder value. CryptoLogic will use all means at its disposal to vigorously defend its position, including initiating a counterclaim against Las Vegas From Home.com and its subsidiary.”

 

About CryptoLogic

 

CryptoLogic Inc. is the leading software development company serving the Internet gaming market. The company’s proprietary technologies enable secure, high-speed financial transactions over the Internet. CryptoLogic continues to innovate and develop state of the art Internet software applications for both the electronic commerce and Internet gaming industries. WagerLogic, a wholly owned subsidiary of CryptoLogic, is responsible for the licensing of its poker deposit pulsa gaming software and services to customers around the world.

 

SunOnline Inks Deal with Dennis Interactive

 

LONDON, 16 January 2002- SunOnline Limited, the operators of the only licensed online casino currently operating within the British Isles, today announced a strategic partnership deal with Dennis Interactive. Casino Atlantis the SunOnline brand will become the exclusive casino partner available on all Dennis Interactive sites providing secure gambling to all Dennis users. SunOnline will also provide content for all the sites in order to help educate users and introduce Dennis customers to online gambling.

 

Links will be provided from pages of the Dennis Interactive sites including; www.maxim-magazine.co.uk, www.autoexpress.co.uk, www.pcpro.co.uk and www.computerbuyer.co.uk which will allow users to click through to a co-branded area for the Casino Atlantis site.

 

Tobin Prior, CEO of SunOnline commented, “We are excited about pursuing this opportunity with Dennis Interactive. They have a substantial, loyal user base that is interested in finding out more about online gambling. Casino Atlantis Online is the leading online casino in the market and would be the ideal site for users to start understanding more about the online casino environment”.

 

Dan Newman, Group Account Manager, Dennis Interactive said, “We are pleased to be able to partner with SunOnline in developing a gambling area for our network of 1.7 million monthly unique users. Dennis Interactive can provide users that have consistently shown an interest in gambling, while SunOnline is able to provide an excellent service. We expect this to be a very profitable partnership.…

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Poker With a Smile

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They ran out of commentators at the recent pacificpoker.com UK Open, so they phoned me. I wasn’t sure that going to commentate on these events was the best thing I could be doing, especially when my bar bill was sure to be as big as the wages.

 

But what a week it turned out to be. Jonny Natas, Andy Pyrah, and their respective crews from PacificPoker and Matchroom went out of their way to make sure that everybody was really well looked after, and this created an atmosphere both in the studio and the hotel that was the best I’ve experienced in poker over the last few years. After filming every day, everyone returned to the Marriott hotel. Inasmuch as I wasn’t there from the start, I wasn’t quite sure what the rules were, but I quickly worked out that going to bed before 5 a.m. would have been considered very bad form.

 

What made this event a privilege to attend? Well, the boys from Belfast, Darren Brown and the lads, were running nonstop £10 and £20 sit and gos in the bar, which kept going for about two or three weeks, even the week after the guys had gone home to Belfast. Pros, online qualifiers, celebrity sports stars, Mad Marty Wilson, dealers, and members of the TV crew all mucked in and took part in these hotly contested events, which were played in a superb atmosphere. Some of the pros, like Gary Jones, showed a tremendous amount of class in both playing with the amateurs and winning four in a row. Some of them showed class like me and lost 70 quid on the whole thing.

 

I also met snooker champion turned poker player Matthew Stevens, who finally won the event, and had a hilarious time in his company. At midnight on the night before the final, he told me he thought he might win. At 2 a.m., he said he was pretty sure, and at 5:15 in the morning, when I was getting my cab to the airport, he said it was a blinding certainty.

 

Poker has become so big and star-ridden these days that sometimes I forget why I started playing the game. It took a week with guys who were playing for the sheer love of the game, and all the laughter associated with it, to remind me why I got involved in the first place. I strongly advise anybody to try to qualify online for this event next year. If it’s half as good as it was this year, it’s a must.

 

Bid for Irish Captaincy

Englishman Kevin O’Connell has long been an honorary member of the traveling Irish poker team. He qualifies on several grounds; he can drink more whiskey than all of the representatives of some other countries put together, and he makes a complete idiot out of himself as well as or better than the best of the Irish — consistently, and that’s what is required. Kevin recently made his bid for the captaincy by getting involved in an extraordinary sequence of events regarding the EPT Scandinavian Open in Copenhagen. I first told him about judi poker mogeqq event in the bar of Bellagio last December. Kevin was delighted. In fact, most people who had drank as much as Kevin had at the time would have been delighted about just about anything, and amazingly, he grasped quite a bit of the information he’d been given. The next day, Kevin told several Swedish players that he was going to Stockholm. The Swedes were delighted to hear that there was going to be a great event in their hometown that they hadn’t yet heard of, and all promised to meet Kevin there. On his return to the UK, Kevin decided to be efficient for once, so he booked flights for himself and his loved one on the appropriate dates. He duly received the tickets in the post and promptly lost them. In the meantime, he discovered that Stockholm was some distance from Copenhagen, where the event was actually taking place, but he had now run into a slight problem, because he couldn’t remember the travel agent that he booked the tickets through.

 

This story is not as surprising as it might seem to some people, because when EPT boss John Duthie told Kevin that there was going to be an EPT event in Deauville, Kevin told several people, including myself, that Duthie was going to stage the first major tournament ever held in Dover. He seemed to think that this could get him an honorary captaincy for life, and it’s surely worthy of consideration, but I’m sure that somebody will top it in the not too distant future.…

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789bet Player Wins $1,000,000 at Oriental Casino

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On Friday 19th January 2001, Susanne Uebler, 38, from Long Island, New York, was announced the Oriental Casino “Win a Million” million dollar prize winner. Her name was chosen at random from all the competition entries. She then correctly answered a trivia question over the phone on air on Mike Craig’s casinogazette.com online radio show to win the one million U.S dollars grand prize.

“I was shaking all over to hear Mike say I’d won the million,” said Susanne. “I think for a moment the whole world was shaking.”

Later she added, “I am still a little bit out of breath but as the reality sinks in, I’m a very happy person. I entered the competition without even in my wildest dreams believing I would be the winner of one million dollars.”

Susanne was born in Austria and moved to the U.S in 1994. She spends her time doing water sports and hanging out on the beach in the summer with her favorite companion, a baby parrot called Simba.

Oriental Casino is owned and operated by CyberCroupier Ltd (www.cybercroupier.com).

CyberCroupier says this is the first time anyone has ever won a million dollars in an online casino promotion. Payment of the prize money will be made in equal monthly installments of US$3,333 over a period of 25 years. The first payment will be made March 2001.

Beat Web Casinos:

Bill Haywood’s strategy for beating Web casinos, as outlined in his 198 page book Beat Web Casinos: The Shrewd Player’s Guide to Internet Gambling, is simple: Play at casinos that offer the best bonuses, play enough of a low-risk game like baccarat or basic strategy blackjack to meet your bonus obligations, then cash out. He calls it “poaching deposit bonuses” and while casinos hate it, it’s the only real advantage an online player has.

For those unfamiliar with bonus poaching, I’ll give a quick example. Sign up at a casino that offers, say, a 15% sign-up bonus. Deposit $1000, and you receive a $150 bonus. Now, with $1150 in your account, play just enough blackjack or baccarat to meet the requirements of the promo without losing much of your stake. (You are usually required to wager one or two times the value of the bonus before you can cash it out). Then cash out — hopefully with your original deposit and a piece of the bonus in your pocket — and move to the next casino.

I’ve done this myself numerous times (see our reviews page) and it can work. One online gambler, after reading my review of Gaming Club, wrote to tell me how he registered for the casino’s $25 promotion, hit triple seven on the slots twice, won $1500, and had the money deposited into his account in four days. The player never even made a deposit. That’s bonus poaching at its best.

There’s really not much more to it, although Haywood beefs up his bonus section to include 789bet advice on keeping detailed logs and records, basic guidance on avoiding scam operations, and tips on camouflaging your play so you don’t get blacklisted. Indeed, his discussion on the shared blacklist of bonus poachers maintained by the Interactive Gaming Council is one of the more enlightening sections in the book.

Beyond the bonus strategy, Haywood offers a brief but succinct rundown of the legalities of online gambling, plus information on some of the main software providers and Net resources, the arithmetic of gambling, basic blackjack strategy and gambling addiction.

Give Haywood credit for having the guts to call it like he sees it. In particular he takes many of the online gaming commissions and associations to task for working for the benefit of the casinos and not the players they claim to represent.

Haywood’s information is generally accurate, but he is quick to jump to conclusions. For example, Haywood repeatedly tells us not to play at Handa-Lopez casinos, such as the Grand Dominican. His reason? “I cannot tell you why because I cannot prove it. Trust me.” If Haywood has evidence of wrong-doing online gamblers need to hear about it. Let’s hope the facts come out in the next edition.

While his lists of Good and Bad casinos are generally sound, surprisingly, Haywood recommends playing at Golden Palace. Golden Palace has a long history of locking out the accounts of players suspected of bonus abuse, and many of these players used the very strategy described in his book.…

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VegasUSA Launches its All-new Situs Judi Slot Online Terpercaya Casino

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VegasUSA has just relaunched its online casino with a new look and a great new selection of games.

VegasUSA, VegasUSA2, Casino Pearl and European Gaming have all merged into one super casino powered by Microgaming Casino Software that can be found at VegasUSA.com. Players now have 47 Flash games, including four Jackpot Madness progressive jackpots, to choose from when they visit the casino.

The new no-download site features Blackjack, roulette, craps, Cyberstud Poker, baccarat, Keno, Red Dog, Flip and Scratch Cards, 11 variations of Video Poker, the Cash Splash, Lotsaloot, Fruit Fiesta and Wowpot progressive slots, and 23 standard slots. Download games will be available some time in March 2002.

All real-money accounts and remaining balances at the casinos listed above have been transferred to the new VegasUSA. Accounts have been assigned new log-in information to ensure security; players should contact the customer support department to get their new login information.

VegasUSA Director of Marketing Alan Fletcher is very pleased with the new look and feel of the site. “Microgaming’s superior casino software and VegasUSA’s unrivaled focus on customer support is a combination that is going to be hard to beat,” he said.

To back up that claim, VegasUSA is offering up to a $100 match bonus on customers’ first FirePay or PayPal deposits at the new casino. There’s also a $20 Refer-A-Friend bonus, a $100-A-Week random giveaway, and a $1000 Monthly drawing for players who deposit $20 or more waiting for players who visit the site.

Other customer support features include 24/7 live Situs Judi Slot Online Terpercaya operators to assist with any questions, and withdrawals that are processed within 24 hours. Check payments are shipped via UPS Express Delivery at no additional charge to the customer.

Players will find a number of payment options at VegasUSA. The casino accepts Visa and MasterCard, as well as FirePay and PayPal, and uses the PlayCheck / CashCheck systems to monitor play history and financial transactions.

Payouts are reviewed by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the casino is licensed by the government of Curacao. VegasUSA was originally launched in 1999 and has won many industry awards since then, including WINNEROnline’s Best Customer Service Award for 2000.

Milestone $327k Jackpot Won at Jackpot Madness

Jackpot Madness – Jackpot Madness, the world’s #1 cash jackpot destination, announces that the 65-casino network has paid out a record-smashing $55,000,000 in total jackpot payouts since launching in September 2000.

This money was distributed among 2,000 ecstatic progressives winners, creating two simultaneous milestones and a double reason to celebrate.

The landmark win that pushed the payout total over fifty-five million mark was Registered Nurse Kate S’s massive jackpot of $327,382.67, won on the Treasure Nile slot at First Web Casino. Kate is also the two-thousandth member of the Jackpot Madness Winner’s Circle.

“I find online gambling relaxing and now profitable!” big winner Kate told us excitedly. “I can’t believe I won such a big jackpot and with this amount I will pay off some bills, take the family on a trip and maybe even buy that business I’ve been dreaming about. Thank you!”

“We want to take this opportunity to thank the thousands of players who helped us become the uncontested leader in online gaming”, commented Marilyn Glazier, Press Agent for JackpotMadness.com

“The $55 million milestone coincided with the 2,000 player payout record, breaking two world records at once. Out of the two-thousand winners who have won progressive jackpots so far, approximately 23% of them have won more than once.

“At the present time more than $3,000,000 is awarded to a myriad of happy players every month. Based on current growth, we expect to see both the number of wins and amount of money awarded to rapidly escalate, continuing to set the industry standards.”…

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IGW Licensee Launches Judi Slot CasinoClubVegas

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MIAMI — Global Entertainment Holdings/Equities, Inc. (OTCBB:GAMM), http://www.globalentertainmentinc.com, today announced that its subsidiary, Interactive Gaming and Wagering (IGW), has established a licensing relationship with Teltrade International NV to launch an online casino site at http://www.CasinoClubVegas.com.

 

The site allows players to participate in both the pari-mutuel poolbetting sportsbook site, http://www.yetbet.com, and the http://www.casinoclubvegas.com site, using one account. Jaap Nieuwenhuijs, Managing Director for Teltrade states: “We wanted to offer our customers a way to wager at our poolbetting sportsbook site and our casino, through a single login. IGW made it possible by fully integrating our sites.” Casino Club Vegas has a complete offering of traditional Vegas style games including BlackJack. States Mr. Nieuwenhuijs, “We wanted to provide the online players with an extremely easy to use hosted site, which at the same time compliments Teltrade’s current poolbetting sportsbook, www.yetbet.com.”

 

“IGW knows the strategic importance of making sure our clients and their players have easy to use sites through integrated applications,” states Bryan Abboud, CEO of Global Entertainment and President of IGW. “As a complete turnkey solutions provider, IGW understands there are opportunities to enrich the player experience and reduce our clients’ operational costs by integrating our software to other third party applications.”

 

Mr. Abboud continues: “IGW has over five years experience supporting the needs of our clients and their customers. One of IGW’s goals is to provide long term player attraction through the best use of current technology. We consistently strive to exceed our clients’ technical and service expectations. The ability to flawlessly execute the integration of multiple gaming sites in such a short timeframe is an indication of our level of commitment to process, quality, and efficiency.”

 

IGW would like to thank one of its referral partners for being an integral part of this long-term relationship.

 

Gaming Broadcast Picks Best Net Casinos

 

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Gaming Broadcast (www.gamingbroadcast.com) is at it again with their first round pick of ‘World’s Best Cyber Casinos’! This time they are gearing up to help the “Best” Cyber Casinos kick off the new year ahead of the game with air dates set for January 2003.

 

After the successful airing of their pilot last year, the “Best” can look forward to the premiere of the ‘World’s Best Cyber Casinos’. With television viewers alone, the program has an estimated viewing audience of 82,300,000 people. Society is intrigued and eager to unveil more of the mystery surrounding the online gaming world. They want it, and Gaming Broadcast has it!

 

“Worlds Best Cyber Casinos” is an entertaining and informative one-hour television show designed to attract extensive audiences interested in the gaming world. Recent studies reveal society’s curiosity indicating that more than 85% of the adults in the USA have placed a wager at least once in their lives. The explosive growth of on-line gambling worldwide shows that there is a phenomenal interest in playing at Cyber Casinos.

 

Until now, the public has been in the dark with little information regarding Cyber Casinos and their concerns about placing online wagers. “How safe is it? How discrete? Who has the best odds? Where should I play? Is it legal?” Television audiences watching “Worlds Best Cyber Casinos” through the Gaming Broadcast’s affiliate stations will have the chance to see beyond the mystery to address their questions.

 

Gaming Judi Slot Broadcast extends Cyber Casinos a remarkable alternative to overcome the skepticism encumbering online gaming with multiple airings on terrestrial, cable and satellite channels. In addition to multiple airings on terrestrial, cable, and satellite channels, “Worlds Best Cyber Casinos” will stream over the Internet to an unlimited worldwide audience. The show will also be archived on the Internet, for access at any time in Gaming Broadcast’s Play On Demand Archives.

 

The 60 minute television special will also have new mediums available that includes the direct mailing of up to 200,000 CD-ROMs containing free gaming software, as well as the complete television program. The CD-ROMs are shipped directly to selected individuals with a history of on-line play, along with free distributions for reputable online wagering portals.

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George’s Dominoqq Online Premiership Predictions

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This weekend the big game is Chelsea v Manchester City as first plays second in something of a Premiership show down as third and fourth place Southampton and Manchester United seem too far behind to join the championship race.

 

Hull 1 v Newcastle 1

Crystal Palace 2 v Everton 1

Liverpool 2 v West Ham 0

Man Utd 2 v Leicester 0

Stoke 2 v QPR 0

Sunderland 1 v Burnley 1

West Brom 1 v Tottenham 2

Chelsea 0 v Man City 0

 

Sunday, 1 February 2015

 

Southampton 3 v Swansea 1

Arsenal 2 v Aston Villa 0

 

Soccer – Under-fire Martinez happy with his squad

 

Everton boss Roberto Martinez says he has no intention of signing a replacement for Samuel Eto’o before the transfer window closes on Monday. Eto’o was allowed to join Sampdoria earlier this week and Martinez insists he is content with his squad even though they are currently in the bottom half of the Premier League table after finishing fifth last season. Martinez has been criticised by many Everton fans this term but the former Swansea City and Wigan Athletic manager said: “We are not looking at this window to find solutions. The work is to get players back in their confident mood. “Arouna Kone is ready to offer a lot and we have plenty of options in the number 10 role, so I don’t feel we necessarily need to replace Eto’o.” Everton, 4/5 with bet365 to finish in the bottom half of the Premier League table this season, are available at 12/1 to beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park this weekend.

 

Presidential D-day, Socceroos & Spurs into finals, Crazy night in Madrid

 

* Hosts Australia ended the UAE’s fairytale run by dominoqq winning 2-0 in their Asian Cup semifinal in Newcastle, NSW. Trent Sainsbsury and Jason Davidson sent the Socceroos into a mouth-watering final against South Korea on Saturday in Sydney.

 

* Today is deadline day in the FIFA Presidential application process. Candidates must have the support of five national associations and have been active in the game for the past two years. The applicants so far are:

 

Sepp Blatter

Jerome Champagne

Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein

David Ginola

Michael Van Praag

Luis Figo

Domenico Scala of FIFA’s Electoral Committee will oversee the applications. The presidential vote is on the 29th of May this year.

 

* Barcelona reached the semi-final of the Copa del Rey defeating Atletico Madrid 3-2 away last night, winning 4-2 on aggregate. The most astonishing moment of a dramatic night was when Atletico’s Turkish midfielder Arda Turan threw his boot at the linesman and was shown only a yellow card, one of a dozen (and two reds) handed out at the Manzares.

 

* Tottenham will play Chelsea in England’s League Cup Final on the 1st of March after overcoming Sheffield United 3-2 on aggregate last night. Chelsea beat Liverpool 1-0 the night before.

 

This all-London cup final should be a fiery affair. The two are old, if not bitter foes of course. Here’s Spurs taking on the Blues 85 years ago.

 

* FIFA have all but confirmed the Qatar World Cup will not take place in the summer. General Secretary Jerome Valcke told French radio the choice was now between the start and end of 2022

 

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The Buy-inTogel Hongkong

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  1. When you enter a game, you must make a full buy-in for that particular game. A full buy-in at limit poker is at least 10 times the maximum bet for the game being played, unless designated otherwise. A full buy-in at pot-limit or no-limit poker is 40 times the minimum bring-in (usually, the size of the big blind), unless designated otherwise.

 

  1. Only one short buy-in is allowed per session.

 

  1. Adding to your stack is not considered a buy-in, and may be done in any quantity between hands.

 

The Shuffle and Cut

 

  1. In a player-dealt game, the pack must be shuffled and cut before the cards are dealt. The recommended method to protect the integrity of the game is to have three people involved instead of only two. The dealer on the previous hand takes in the discards and squares up the deck prior to the shuffle. The player on the new dealer’s left shuffles the cards and then slides the pack to the new dealer, who gets them cut by the Togel Hongkong player on his right.

 

  1. The deck must be riffled a minimum of four times. The cut must leave a minimum of four cards in each portion.

 

  1. The bottom of the deck should be protected so nobody can see the bottom card. This is done by using a cut-card. A joker can be used as a cut-card.

 

  1. Any complaint about the shuffle, cut, or other preparation connected with dealing must be made before the player has looked at his hand or betting action has started.

 

Misdeals

 

  1. The following circumstances cause a misdeal, provided attention is called to the error before two players have acted on their hands. (If two players have acted in turn, the deal must be played to conclusion, as explained in rule #2)

 

The first or second card of the hand has been dealt faceup or exposed through dealer error.

Two or more cards have been exposed by the dealer.

Two or more boxed cards (improperly faced cards) are found.

Two or more extra cards have been dealt in the starting hands of a game.

An incorrect number of cards has been dealt to a player, except the top card may be dealt if it goes to the player in proper sequence.

Any card has been dealt out of the proper sequence (except an exposed card may be replaced by the burncard without such action causing a misdeal).

The button was out of position.

The first card was dealt to the wrong position.

Cards have been dealt to an empty seat or a player not entitled to a hand.

A player has been dealt out who is entitled to a hand. This player must be present at the table or have posted a blind or ante.

  1. Action is considered to occur in stud games when two players after the forced bet have acted on their hands. In button games, action is considered to occur when two players after the blinds have acted on their hands. Once action occurs, a misdeal can no longer be declared. The hand is played to conclusion and no money is returned to any player whose hand is fouled.

 

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