Hey, I just won $300.00 now with the click of a button I can cash out. So I click. And I wait. And wait. And wait… This sure ain’t Vegas Baby!
Cashing out of online casinos can take days, even weeks to get your cold hard cash. That fact has made players very uncomfortable and has caused more than a few angry customers. By far, the largest complaint by customers of Internet casinos is that they do not receive their checks in the time they expect.
International mailings can take weeks to arrive, and in some cases, never arrive at all. Couple that with the fact that some online casinos only process cash outs once per week, and you have a lengthy delay in getting your check. Some companies have informed us that they limit the number of checks processed in a week, so if you’re the last in line you may be waiting a few weeks before the check is even sent. That can be scary! In many cases, there appears to be some truth to the old saying: Bills travel twice as fast as checks through the mail.
Many online casino operators have noted that a very small percentage of their customers can be impatient while an even smaller percentage can be untruthful, or outright fraudulent. Credit card charges and information provided by the customer must be verified, and that can take additional time.
CasinoJudge.com recommends the following:
1) Find a reputable Togel Singapore casino. Check “Casino Portals” like CasinoJudge.com, ask friends, or ask newsgroups for recommendations.
2) Read their “Cash-Out” policy, options, and FAQ’s. Most Internet casinos readily display their “Cash-Out” policies. In general, companies will credit back the original amount you put on your credit card, and will give you some options to receive the rest of your money. This means that if you deposited $100 into your account by way of your VISA and are cashing out for $300, then you request to put a $100 credit back on your VISA and then get the other $200 either in the form of a check or (in some cases) they will wire the remaining balance directly into your bank account. If you choose the latter, there is usually a fee involved, so be aware of the policies.
3) Limit the amount of your initial deposit. This will allow you to “test” the casino, and limit your liability should the casino not be very reputable.
4) Cash out (at least some of your money) quickly. This will allow you to test the time you can expect to wait for your payouts.
You should read as much about the casino you are going to visit BEFORE you place any deposits with them. While almost all online casinos are honest, the VERY FEW that were not honest have tarnished the entire industry. Currently there are few regulations for these casinos. If you have the right amount of money, some government will likely give you a license to run one. So it’s Caveat Emptor…. Buyer beware.
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Could Spock Win Big in Atlantic City?
Logic dictates that being human is, “a being of illogical proportions.” That is what I think when I have seen the following scenario multiple times. A gambler will come into a blackjack game, lose 6 hands in a row, and dig into their wallet for more dough, and continue to lose countless more hands. Why? They become desperate at losing their initial wad of money, and abandon their strategy in hopes of winning their losses back. A rainy day in Atlantic City at the blackjack tables enlightened by conversational topics of science fiction and remembrances of old Star Trek episodes made me think of the scenario, “What if Spock could play blackjack? Could he win?”
Depending on how well (or not so well) a gambling session goes for a particular gambler, gamblers will very often change their strategies if “things are not going well.” Some opt to switch tables, some decide to take a breather and go to the restaurant, bathroom, hotel room, spa, etc. Some simply decide to sit at that same table and change or completely reverse their blackjack strategy.
Every so often a gambler will change their mind if their strategy is not working. How many times have you sat at a table and been angry enough to reach across and choke the player at the end of the table for making a stupid or ridiculous hit or split that results in a loss for the entire table? Relax. It’s part of the game and the odds.
For most logical people, observations of current and past events weigh on what we predict will happen in the future. For most of those people this is a good strategy, especially if you are a card counter. Otherwise, hunches or ‘gut feelings’ often fail at the expense of logic, and at the expense of other players too. After all, we are human.
So to answer the question, “Could Spock Win Big in Atlantic City?” Theoretically, yes. Probability of that happening – 0.000001% – the casino management would throw him out in a heartbeat. The “Eye in the Sky” would then closely watch anyone with pointy ears.