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        Hi,

        I wanna play online but I am so scared that the casinos are cheatting. I have
        been reading so many stories with scams that I really started thinking all of them
        are cheating. What's your opinion?
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        Hi desirae,

        do not worry

        First of all: Avoid all casinos that have a warning sign; explanation here:

        http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/onlinecasinobonusforum/no-deposit-casinos/the-new-warning-sign/

        Second: Read also the list of casinos to avoid:

        http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/onlinecasinobonusforum/casinos/new-and-updateable-list-of-casinos-to-avoid-!/

        Third: Keep your money!!! Play with their money

        You will find a lot of no deposit chips here:

        http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/onlinecasinobonusforum/no-deposit-casinos/

        and here:

        http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/onlinecasinobonusforum/exclusive-no-deposit-casino-bonuses/

        Now, before you go loose, read this:

        http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/onlinecasinobonusforum/no-deposit-casinos/brett/

        There you will find a strategy to actually make some money from free chips.

        Good Luck and happy - i.e. worryless - spinning,

        rokko
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        rokko,

        it's very nice of you showing new member all the necessary info.  You should be nominated for the most helpful member this month.

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        taa, never mind.

        When I started out here, I collected alll the nd-bonuses here without reading the forum at all. Big Mistake!

        Just trying to give a little bit back.
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        TAAADAAA.......Even b4 noticing what u had said, I thought the very same thing.

        Kudos 2 u rokko!!! Your reply was indeed very helpful & well thought out.
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        Yes Kudos to Rokko!.. Very nice job he did there !! It's like so organized and easy, he got stuff there i didn't even know!!!
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        Relax people!

        Most of the stuff I described is in the stickies. Sooner or later everyone reads it - or should have done so before deposting 

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        rokko wrote:

        Relax people!

        Most of the stuff I described is in the stickies. Sooner or later everyone reads it - or should have done so before deposting    true true and soooooooo true just ask me lol


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        rokko wrote:

        Relax people!

        Most of the stuff I described is in the stickies. Sooner or later everyone reads it - or should have done so before deposting 




        Maybe you should be voted 'most humble'.
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        gabby wrote:


        Maybe you should be voted 'most humble'.


        I hear this from the girls all the time  ;)

        But, hey, this is really not brain surgery and/or rocket science.

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        Yes, he's posted/reposted some very good advice. But just to reemphasize - take those casino warnings seriously! Read all you can on this subject (online gaming, bonus hunting, rogue casino's, etc.) and always, always read and know the terms on any bonus you do attempt (and abide by them) so you avoid any potential disappointment in the future. Do not be afraid to engage live chat or customer support if you're not sure about some of them . . . but also don't take their input as gospel; they do dispense incorrect info at times - they're only human. I'm not saying it's intentional, but keep transcripts of any and all communications you have w/customer support people or casino reps as well as screen shots of the current casinos rules and terms regarding play and bonuses, particularly any specific to your bonus at the time you commence completion of it. They may attempt to change these terms - and even attempt to apply them retroactively (which may even be legal for them since they almost always have clauses to the effect that the casino reserves the right to do whatever it wants, whenever it wants, and any decision they make within the casino management is final) but at least you will have something to try and fall back on should a dispute arise.


        So if all this hasn't scared you away, good luck and have fun!
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        Brad, thank you for not letting me explaining the disappointing sides of online gambling.

        The very moment you put your own money in a casino be aware of anything and go only to casinos with a 100 % clean history. This should be common sense.

        My personal, individual advice in this thread would be: When playing with your own money, do not accept deposit bonuses at all!!!

        Go in with 50, collect a 100 and you´re off. Don´t get greedy, just collect the money. Bang, you are a winner!

        This is not about relationship building  :D

        Of course, this doesn´t work every time. But keep in mind that they let you win x percent in the beginning of a session to lure you in.

        In my two years of experience as a depositor without deposit bonuses I have made some decent profit of this.

        And the top advantage is: You do not need a lot of playtime! Even if you play it soft (20 or 40 cents a game), you can collect in less than an hour.

        That is how I do it with my own money and this would be my personal recommendation.

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        Rokko, I'm glad someone is taking the time to explaing these things.  First, gambling by nature is risky, and usually the casino have the upper hand (So don't gamble with what you can't afford to lose.)

        I also wanted to say even with the free chips and tournaments, casinos prefer dealing with bettors that deposit their own money and wager the total value of their deposit (which is subject to the house edge--you're likely to lose some of your deposit.)

        Fortunately, this forum is free and there are seasoned gamblers here you can ask advice and hopefully learn to be--if anything a shrewd negotiator rather than a "risk taker".

        Cheers
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        rokko wrote:

        gabby wrote:


        Maybe you should be voted 'most humble'.


        I hear this from the girls all the time 

        But, hey, this is really not brain surgery and/or rocket science.




        Well, dang, that compliment came from someone who has two jobs.  Brain surgeon and rocket scientist.  Takes a lot of time... but the pay is good.

        :)

        BTW - I have a son named Rocco. Love the name.
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        bradwill wrote:

        Yes, he's posted/reposted some very good advice. But just to reemphasize - take those casino warnings seriously! Read all you can on this subject (online gaming, bonus hunting, rogue casino's, etc.) and always, always read and know the terms on any bonus you do attempt (and abide by them) so you avoid any potential disappointment in the future. Do not be afraid to engage live chat or customer support if you're not sure about some of them . . . but also don't take their input as gospel; they do dispense incorrect info at times - they're only human. I'm not saying it's intentional, but keep transcripts of any and all communications you have w/customer support people or casino reps as well as screen shots of the current casinos rules and terms regarding play and bonuses, particularly any specific to your bonus at the time you commence completion of it. They may attempt to change these terms - and even attempt to apply them retroactively (which may even be legal for them since they almost always have clauses to the effect that the casino reserves the right to do whatever it wants, whenever it wants, and any decision they make within the casino management is final) but at least you will have something to try and fall back on should a dispute arise.


        So if all this hasn't scared you away, good luck and have fun!


        Don't you just love the pages and pages of rules and regulations which all end with..... the casino reserves the right to....delete your account, withhold your winnings, change the rules midstream, make and and all final decisions, etc. etc.

        Does any of that stop me from playing?  No.

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