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Monday, July 2, 2007

Casinos: Magicians or Pick Pockets?

OK, I know I've said this before, but it's worth saying again: whether you are playing online or offline, always remember that casinos are businesses. They are there to provide entertainment for you while they make money.

So having said that, you know that casinos are always looking for making money from you. From the moment you walk through their door (virtual or physical), they have one hand on your wallet, and the other hand is waving around trying to distract you.

Casinos are like magicians--you're smiling while they delight and amaze you, but all the while they are picking your pockets!

The online casinos are the worst offenders. Let me give you an example...

If you've ever played online, you know that when you're done playing you hit the "cash out" button, which means you want your casino credits converted to cash and sent. Now unfortunately, casinos don't send your cash asap. They leave that cash in your account for days, even weeks...just to tempt you.

You see, you can go into your casino account any time you want and hit the "reverse cashout button," which converts your cash back into credits. And this of course means you can play some more.

Sure, for a moment you may be thinking that this is a cool feature for you, because you can change your mind and keep playing a day or two later. But the casinos WANT you to reverse your cashout! Yes! They want you to keep playing because they know the longer you play, the more likely it is you will lose your money!

Players lose hundreds of thousands of dollars at online casinos because they reverse their cashouts and keep playing!

Don't let that adrenaline rush and thrill of winning big turn into utter disappointment by reversing your cashouts and losing your winnings. Delete the casino software off your computer if you have to, just don't hit reverse.

Instead, wait until your check comes. When you have that cash in your hand, you'll be glad you didn't reverse! And of course you can redeposit some of it if you choose!


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