Variety is the spice of life, but when it comes to gambling on the Internet, it can also be the kiss of death.
The greatest example of bringing variety into your gambling experience is casino hopping up and down the Las Vegas Strip. In one day, you can gamble in Paris, Monte Carlo, New York City and Venice; you can pop in and out of a castle, a pirate ship and a pyramid; you can visit a beach, a rainforest and an active volcano. The many surroundings accessible via a quick cab ride are a big reason why the Strip is so darn exciting.
But here’s the thing with Internet gambling: Whether you’re in an office cubicle, a cold room in the basement or the den, your surroundings will always remain the same no matter how many different sites you visit. The only reasons to switch from site to site are if you’re unhappy with the service at one site, you find a site with better odds or you want to play games or make wagers that aren’t available at the site(s) where you’re currently a registered player.
If you fancy skipping along from site to site for the sake of keeping things interesting, you could be asking for trouble.
I’d be the first one to tell you that gambling online isn’t nearly as dangerous as the general public perceives it to be. Nevertheless, bad apples do exist, and if you keep picking apple after apple, you might just get a bad one.
If you’re happy with the site(s) where you play–if the software, the games, the odds and the customer service are to your liking–stick with it and be happy that you found a winner. If you’re of the mind that there’s a whole lot of variety out there, I’m here to tell you that very few gambling sites–contrary to what many operators want you to believe–offer a truly unique experience.
Don’t wander off the safe path!
Leave the casino hopping for your next trip to the Strip.
$50,000 Up for Grabs at Paradise Poker
A $50,000 promotion nudges Paradise Poker a few steps in the direction of becoming poker paradise.
The site, a virtual poker room where Togel Hari Ini bettors can play over the Internet against real opponents, will give away $50,000 to celebrate the dealing of its 50 millionth hand. The first prize of $100 will be awarded to players dealt cards in game No. 47 million. Plus, the winner of that hand bags a bonus $500. Prizes will then be given out every 500,000th game in the same manner, only the closer to the magical 50 millionth hand, the higher the prize.
The player who wins hand No. 50 million grabs $5,000, while the rest of the players in that hand win $500 each.
Prizes will be credited directly to players’ accounts immediately after they play in the winning game.
Each prize-game winner will be asked to select a charity to which Paradise Poker will donate the same amount of money that’s awarded to the winner. The prize-game winners will be contacted via email by Paradise Poker support to obtain the full details of their favorite charities.
Paradise Poker will courier a bank draft directly to the winning player’s charity of choice, although the selected recipient must be a worthy and registered charity. In the event a player does not select a specific charity, Paradise Poker will make the donation to the United Way International Costa Rica affiliate.
Play-for-free games and one-on-one games will temporarily stop right before each of the important games to ensure that they’re dealt at a real money table with lots of players.
The 47.5 millionth hand has already been played, and approximately 500,000 hands are played every two days, so players interested in getting in on it will have to act quickly.