Here Are the 3 Signs to Spot a Rogue Casino

Looking for an online casino to satisfy your gaming needs, you should be able to do your homework. And to make it effective, you should learn of a couple of warning signs to tell that you are looking at a bad online casino. For a brief idea, check out the following section.

  1. Copied and pasted terms of use

A rogue casino cannot even afford to write their own. They don’t even care about the typos and grammar mistakes, too.  And why should they? After all, they aren’t serious of their business, but of your money. Avoid the trap of being in a bad casino by checking their terms of use—it must be unique, professional and well put together—not copied and pasted from other websites.

  1. Bad customer support

Fraud casinos online don’t really care about you, as said earlier. And if they don’t, why should you, anyway? They don’t even care if you get help or assistance. A warning sign to detect these sites is their plenty of communication channels that they don’t operate at all. If you give them a call, you might have to wait forever for the auto responder voice to end and then you end up talking with no one from them.

  1. Too good to be true bonuses and offers

Good casinos give out numerous bonuses and special discounts, and they’re serious and true about these offers.

But for rogue casinos, these are only their means of lulling new players into their trap. Avoid those casinos by checking their terms of use for these bonuses—including the wagering requirements. Or else, you might just put yourself into trouble of not being able to withdraw a single dime.

There you have a few warning signs, which may be sufficient to tell you to stay away from a specific online casino.

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This Is What Newbie Casino Players Need to Know for a Better First Time


Imagine ‘gold coins’ pouring like confetti from the sky. And imagine yourself going home ‘mucho dinero.’

What a visualization, isn’t it?

But then if you were a first time casino player, you might say, “That’s impossible.”


While it can be very overwhelming to choose a game and a bet—along with other things the first time, you can save

yourself and still have fun even if you’re an amateur.

In most cases, the rules are easy to learn and playing will come more natural as you play a game a couple of times.

One general rule to remember for an idea on what is involved, however, is that “the results are unpredictable.”

No one knows what the turn of a card would be, as well as what the spin of a roulette wheel would bring.

Before playing a casino game then, research about the game to play and understand its rules.

Bring and implement a betting strategy with you and set a time limit when to get off your chair or log out your online


Bankroll: Why Emotion & Gambling Aren’t Good Together (And Never Will Be?)


“Carried away by the heat of the moment when losing or winning?” –That’s not an excuse to overspend at the casinos.

It’s why you shouldn’t bring emotions at the tables, just like boxers when in a boxing fight or athletes in a baseball game.

Feeling emotional, your mind’s clouded for OBJECTIVITY, giving way for SUBJECTIVITY—pointless brain function when gambling.

And when Mr. Subjective is around, you’ll find it hard to stop. Believe us. Why?

Here is how it works:

 – When losing, players try to win their losses back. (Frustration)

 – When winning, they keep playing with the hopes of winning more. (Greed)

Right, frustration and greed are two dark sides of a subjective thought.

How do you remain objective to manage your bankroll then? It’s simple.

Determine how much budget to spend that session and stick with it, NO MATTER WHAT, meaning not going beyond it—win or lose.

BONUS TIP: Set a time limit and get off your chair (land-based casino) or log out (online casino) when time is up.

By following these tips, you will emerge a winner, even if you don’t win.

At least, you win over subjectivity and avoid feeling frustrated for LOSING MORE MONEY OR GIVING BACK YOUR WINNINGS AT THE CASINOS.

Did emotion ever hit you at the tables? What happened? We’re sure the community would want to know your story.

Write it in the comment section below. Finally, share this entry with your social circles if you find it useful today!