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stonethehustler
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November 9th, 2021 at 8:13:37 AM permalink
Hey yíall,

Hope youíre doing good and staying safe. I need some help from more experienced gamblers and I was hoping this was the right place to ask.

I recently got married and we were supposed to go to Vegas on our honeymoon but postponed the trip because of COVID-19. One of the reasons why the hubby agreed weíd go to Vegas was because Iíve always wanted to try my luck at casino gaming, but I come from a conservative family and never got the chance. Iím also extremely wary of online gambling to the point of being paranoid. Iíve had a bad experience involving a sick ex-boyfriend where he hacked my bank account and left with all of my money. Iíve been reluctant to do anything online ever since - Iím not even comfortable writing this post.

Anyway, my new hubby is super cool with everything and suggested that I overcome my paranoia and try online gambling until we get a chance to go to Vegas. I read about high roller bonuses in this article: [Link Redacted]. I donít get how these work and why someone would risk more money than necessary when gambling.

Would one of yíall be willing to explain how this stuff works, whether itís legit, and if itís a smart choice over ďregularĒ online casino bonuses? I donít want to be reckless and am doing my due diligence before registering anywhere, hence this post.

Iím sorry for the long post, but I would really appreciate someone sharing their firsthand experience, especially if youíve used these promotions before. Iím intrigued, but also extremely apprehensive. Thank you!

[Edit by mod.... This looked like spam. upscalelivingmag com / high-roller-bonuses-vips-need-only-apply /]
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November 9th, 2021 at 10:02:39 AM permalink
Quote: stonethehustler

Hey yíall,

Hope youíre doing good and staying safe. I need some help from more experienced gamblers and I was hoping this was the right place to ask.

I recently got married and we were supposed to go to Vegas on our honeymoon but postponed the trip because of COVID-19. One of the reasons why the hubby agreed weíd go to Vegas was because Iíve always wanted to try my luck at casino gaming, but I come from a conservative family and never got the chance. Iím also extremely wary of online gambling to the point of being paranoid. Iíve had a bad experience involving a sick ex-boyfriend where he hacked my bank account and left with all of my money. Iíve been reluctant to do anything online ever since - Iím not even comfortable writing this post.

Anyway, my new hubby is super cool with everything and suggested that I overcome my paranoia and try online gambling until we get a chance to go to Vegas. I read about high roller bonuses in this article: [link redacted by mod]. I donít get how these work and why someone would risk more money than necessary when gambling.

Would one of yíall be willing to explain how this stuff works, whether itís legit, and if itís a smart choice over ďregularĒ online casino bonuses? I donít want to be reckless and am doing my due diligence before registering anywhere, hence this post.

Iím sorry for the long post, but I would really appreciate someone sharing their firsthand experience, especially if youíve used these promotions before. Iím intrigued, but also extremely apprehensive. Thank you!
[link redacted by mod]



Are you in a state that has legal online gambling? If so, which one?
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November 9th, 2021 at 10:56:52 AM permalink
Quote: stonethehustler

Hey yíall,
...Iím also extremely wary of online gambling to the point of being paranoid. ...
Anyway, my new hubby is super cool with everything and suggested that I overcome my paranoia and try online gambling until we get a chance to go to Vegas. link to original post

Well. it rather looks like you just burned through 20 trivial posts so that you could spam us a link. Nice try.
Anyway, to answer your question. If online gaffs offer any bonus, simply look at the wagering requirements. Typically 30x bonus amount, with decent games of Blackjack counting 5% to 10%
Not generally of any value to you.
If the gaff wants to tell you you are a VIP, then ask yourself why. Hint. They want narcissistic suckers to sign up.

Check out any site you might sign up for over at https://lcb.org.
Beware. The earth is NOT flat. Hit and run is not a winning strategy: Pressing into trends IS not a winning strategy: Progressives are not a winning strategy: Don't Buy It! .Don't even take it for free.

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