DRich
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March 4th, 2021 at 10:14:15 AM permalink
Quote: kewlj

This is why I have never really gotten involved in online play. It just SEEMS to me there is no real regulation (similar to Indian Casinos here in the U.S.) and casinos can offer this and that and then close your account and not pay you.

Now I realize there are people like yourself and Axel that are being successful overall with online AP play. But to me just seems a hassle.



I agree with you for the most part but now there is state regulated online gaming. I wouldn't have any problem gambling online in New Jersey or other regulated jurisdictions.
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OnceDear
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March 4th, 2021 at 11:58:45 AM permalink
Quote: kewlj

... online play. It just SEEMS to me there is no real regulation (similar to Indian Casinos here in the U.S.) and casinos can offer this and that and then close your account and not pay you.

Very true. There are exploitable European regulated casinos and many exploitable unregulated ones from shady jurisdictions. Both types of gaff have a rule that says, basically "We can shut you down and confiscate your funds any time we wish and there's nothing you can do about it" It happens with both sorts.
Some exploits are short lived but new ones surface from time to time.
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AylaDeuce
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March 5th, 2021 at 2:33:09 AM permalink
Quote: elisonw1

Can you be sure that all online casinos can do this ? i am not aware of people counting cards this way so seems a bit weird that the online casinos already have countermeasures in place



Is that even possible when playing at live casinos?
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