Internet Slots vs Real Slot Machines

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Playing slot games is a great way to get your heart pumping.

But one question remains unanswered: which is better, online slots or real machines?

For convenience: online slots.

Perhaps the most obvious benefit of playing online games is the ability to play anywhere, anytime. Avoid the hassle and expense of travelling to an actual casino and instead enjoy easy access to your favourite slots on your laptop, tablet or mobile.

Being able to play slot games on your phone also helps you spend much less than you likely would in a real gambling venue. You can easily stop and log out when you’ve reached your budget, rather than feeling a need to keep on playing simply because you’re stuck inside a casino and the night’s still young.

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Republican prudes take on online gambling

When billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson dangles money, Republicans tend to jump. Adelson is trying to protect his massive casino empire by opposing online gambling, trying his best to make it illegal.

Now politicians like Rick Perry, Nikki Haley and Bobby Jindal are jumping at the chance to impress Mr. Moneybags by coming out strongly against online gambling.

If you believe that the government should stay out of entertainment decisions made by citizens, can you support these clowns?

  

Beginners guide to playing online casino – roulette

Roulette is a popular game that you can find at most online and land based casinos in nearly every country across the globe. Although roulette doesn’t offer you the best odds, it doesn’t necessarily offer the worst either. Here are a few tips for players new to the game of roulette.

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Rick Santorum would ban Internet gambling

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum speaks during a campaign appearance in Fallon, Nevada February 2, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES – Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)

Social issues have returned for Republicans as they start talking about how they want to run your private lives. Now they’re going after Internet gambling.

National Review’s Jim Geraghty wonders whether there might be a business-related reason behind casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s reported opposition to Rick Santorum. Take a look at what the former Pennsylvania senator had to say about gambling during a recent interview with Jon Ralston:

I’m someone who takes the opinion that gaming is not something that is beneficial, particularly having that access on the Internet. Just as we’ve seen from a lot of other things that are vices on the Internet, they end to grow exponentially as a result of that. It’s one thing to come to Las Vegas and do gaming and participate in the shows and that kind of thing as entertainment, it’s another thing to sit in your home and have access to that it. I think it would be dangerous to our country to have that type of access to gaming on the Internet.

Freedom’s not absolute. What rights in the Constitution are absolute? There is no right to absolute freedom. There are limitations. You might want to say the same thing about a whole variety of other things that are on the Internet — “let everybody have it, let everybody do it.” No. There are certain things that actually do cost people a lot of money, cost them their lives, cost them their fortunes that we shouldn’t have and make available, to make it that easy to do.

People who like gambling need to recognize that one party wants to tell you how to live your life.

  

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