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How The Internet Is Revolutionising Casino Gaming

For many people, casinos are intimidating places. The smoke filled gaming floors bordered by rows of slot machines with flashing lights are hardly inviting and the high-rollers' poker table is not a good place for a beginner to try their luck. Fortunately, online gaming is here to save the day.

Online Gaming

Many peoples' first exposure to casino gaming comes in the form of online poker. For example a broke University student might find entertainment options for the weekend limited but having spotted an advertisement for an online poker site that was running free-roll satellite tournaments where, if you won that tournament, you would earn a place in a second tournament and if you were placed in that tournament, you got a cash prize. You do not need to know the rules of poker, as most client software will not let you make illegal moves and there are plenty of on-screen prompts, so fragile egos are protected from embarrassment.

Learning Casino Games Is Easier Than Ever

Poker is one of the harder casino games to learn, especially when you consider the number of variations that exist. If someone spends most of their time playing Texas Hold'em, they might sometimes struggle to remember the difference between Caribbean Poker and Omaha poker, for example. Even so, it can be intimidating to venture into a casino and try blackjack or roulette if you have never played them before. Learning to play casino games, or even bingo online at sites such as 32 red takes away the embarrassment factor and lets you experiment with just a few pounds, instead of putting a substantial amount of money on the line.

Many people are not interested in casino games, but they do like to play bingo online although they do not want their friends to know that they play bingo and would never go to a bricks and mortar bingo hall because they think they would feel out of place. 32 Red allows you to play at home, in private, without fear of bumping in to friends and neighbours and having this little "secret pleasure" exposed.

Another great thing about online gaming is that you can play when you want and for as much or as little time as you want. Once you get the hang of playing poker online, it is possible to become hooked and want to play all the time. In the old days, if you wanted to practice poker you would have to go to a local casino or card room and spend all night in there, paying for expensive drinks and spending a lot of money on buy-ins and blinds. Thanks to online casinos, you can play for free, or, as you gain in confidence, play in micro-stakes games, at your leisure.

Smartphones weren't really commonplace when some of us started playing, but it is now possible to have several casino apps on your phone. You can play poker on the train to work or even load up a slot machine app whilst waiting for the bus. As far as lots of people are concerned, slot machine gaming is far more entertaining than Angry Birds and it can be more rewarding too. You don't have to spend a lot of money (just one small deposit each month and if you lose it, you play free-rolls), but you will definitely get your money's worth.


Andy Johnson is an avid poker player and online gaming advocate who dreams of playing in the WSOP Main Event. He started his career playing weekend free-rolls at various online poker sites and he is now a regular on the cash tournament circuit. In between poker games, he plays bingo at 32 Red and enjoys blogging about the online gaming industry.


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