Casino Gambling Tips for Online GamblingWritten by Tom Howze
Casino gambling tips for Internet are good to know because betting at an online casino is a little different from a land based casino. For one when playing slots, how can you tell if odds online are good or not? Do you know what casino requires for play before cashing out winnings? When selecting to play over Internet for first time you should keep following in mind:
Read payout percentage reports for best odds
PriceWaterhouseCoopers is prominent accountant in field of analyzing game odds for online casinos. These can be viewed for separate casinos by scrolling to bottom and clicking on PriceWaterhouseCoopers logo. You may have to click on report to enlarge it, but there you can see percentages for slots, table games and other areas in which casino has games. There are reports for each month of operation and if slots are 96% and above, these odds are better than in Las Vegas. Another firm is The Online Players Association that performs same auditing and checks.
Terms and Conditions
All casinos are different and one thing that separates them is Terms and Conditions for which they operate. Here you can find out details for cashing out if you take them up on bonuses. Some will give you a high percentage bonus, but may want 25X play before you cash out. Unless these are games that you love to play you may want to find somewhere else to take your chances. Reviewing this policy can help
Sega Dreamcast's Cause of Death?Written by Edwin Lee
What ever happened to that game console we used to call Sega Dreamcast? Why did it suddenly disappear after 2 years of production? Was government involved in brainwashing our minds like in George Orwell’s 1984? All these questions will be answered as I investigate Dreamcast's devastating decline.
In beginning it was good. Sega released a solid piece of hardware called Dreamcast that was easy to develop games for and kicked competition's rear ends in terms of graphics and sound. It entered market with a strong start, selling quite well upon its release. Although Dreamcast lacked 3rd party support, Sega's games were aplenty and very best in quality. Sega seemed to be heading in right direction, but two years later company abruptly discontinued Dreamcast.
There were 3 main causes to downfall of Dreamcast.
1. Piracy Issues The Dreamcast had a serious hardware flaw which gave it ability to play copied games and downloaded ones from internet. Many people chose to play pirated versions of games rather than shell out $40-$50 at a local gaming store for real thing. As a result, Sega was losing money on games that its developers had spent hours designing. I call that a sad waste of talent.