First of all, thank you very much for important inform about to earn money. I always visit in your website. I understood all matter . But I have to ask question . I am going to open on bet-at-home and comeon.com . But I am confusion which best for payout. I need to real paying casino site. ok bye.
There is no such thing as one best casino. It really depends on your country and your deposit, some places are ideal for high-roll games (for example bets from $10) and some are ideal for low-roll games (for example bets from $0.1). You can find more information and reviews here.
Hey Paul i need to ask you a question... i havent started betting in any of the casinos yet but im going to start soon, How long should ill stay playing roulette for? and is it safe to play the same game everyday? Thanks for all your help
It is perfectly safe to play for 30 minutes or an hour per day, you can definitely play the same game everyday. Just remember not to spend the entire day playing on one website, that may look suspicious.
I don't understand how can I deposit money! It is too complicated!
can i use a visa to deposit via Skril?
To deposit with Skrill, you do not need anything special. Your regular bank account is absolutely all right. The conversion between currencies will happen automatically both when you deposit and when you withdraw. The only
thing you need is a bank account. If you have a credit/debit card which you can use to pay online, you don't need Skrill at all and you can just deposit with your card straight away.
Don't worry, it is much easier than it seems. The easiest way to deposit is with your credit/debit card directly in the casino. Some cards are blocked for online transactions - so if the card payment fails, you should try Skrill
(or other wallets like Neteller or Webmoney). With an online wallet, you only need your regular bank account. When you use an online wallet (such as Skrill), you do not provide any details about yourself and you do not provide
your card information. It is also 100% safe and there are three different layers of security.
I won some money and I want to withdraw them but I can't find any option to do so, can you possibly help?
Hi, you are right that the option is a bit hidden there. You should look for the button DEPOSIT or CASHIER (in English), it is a bit counterintuitive but in some casinos you really have to click on DEPOSIT if you want to WITHDRAW. These two options are both there on the same screen.
Which casino offers the lowest bet for one spin? I mean like 50 cents per spin?
to be honest, as a general rule, I would definitely recommend starting from higher bets with higher deposit.
If you insist on starting with a low amount, I could recommend you EUcasino.com or casino.com
You'll find low-roll versions (bets from 0.1€) there as well. But bear in mind that some of the versions are
sometimes quite hidden so you have to search for them a little.
Ok so I just won 500 euros and made a request to withdraw it to Skrill. The casino sent the money immediately but now I wanted to withdraw the money from
Skrill to my girlfriend's account and they say it's not possible!!! What the fuck is this???
Hey, glad to hear everything works all right. Don't worry, this is a security measure to protect your money. Basically, you can withdraw money to Skrill
if the bank account is registered at your name. There are two options:
1) the more simple way is to withdraw the money to YOUR OWN bank account which works without any problems
2) the more complicated way involves your girlfriend registering at Skrill as well. You can then send the money to HER Skrill account and she can withdraw it to
HER bank account (registered at HER name).
You may ask why is this necessary - it has very good security reasons. If a hacker somehow accessed your account, he won't be able to withdraw your money in any possible way.
Because to do so, he would have to know your password, your birth date, he would have to have the SAME name as you and he would also have to be able
to access your bank account statement.
On top of that, you can also ask Skrill to create a special token for you. It is a small electronic keychain that generates random numbers that are in SOME way related to
your Skrill account. If you enable the token, on every login, you have to enter the random number generated by your keychain token.
Should I play european roulette or live roulette? Thanks for your answer in advance!
Well, it's up to you. The advantage of the LIVE version is that you can directly see the roulette dealer spinning the wheel but it is a bit slower.
So play the european (or french) roulette if you want the game to be a bit faster. In both cases, avoid American roulette and Mini roulette.
I have a problem at EUcasino.com!!! When I want to register the form says that the field cannot be longer that 50
characters so what should I do, should I like change my name???
well you should check if you're entering correct data into the correct fields. Maybe you tried to enter both your
first name and surname into one field? Or maybe try not including your middle name?
I'm afraid that in case your name
really IS longer than 50 characters, I won't be able to help you. :-)
Hiya, I want to register but at every place I found they want my real name, my address and phone number and some other information. Is that really secure?
I have mixed feelings and I'm wondering if there's a way to avoid this. Thanks for your answer.
have you ever thought about how many people know your address and/or your birth date? I guess that would be at least your family, your employer, the clerks at
several state offices, receptionists at hotels who asked for your ID document... You have to provide this information for security reasons - they want
to verify that you are a real person. Basically ALL casinos require this (both online and offline).
What about taxes, when I win something how should I tax it?
If you live in the European Union and you play at an European casino, don't worry, the winnings are tax-free. If you live outside the European union, I think you should
ask your local tax office.
Hey, Id like to ask a few questions as well.
In the first two days I won 100€ at EUcasino.com, my initial deposit was 120€ and I start from 0.1€...
You recommend that my daily bet shouldn't exceed 10€. Can you explain this because Id also like to try
playing poker and sports betting there. So what if I win like 200€ in 4 days, should I wait or what???
how did you play 0.1€ they seem to have a 1€ minimum limit.
first of all, you should understand that your winnings are not limited ABSOLUTELY but RELATIVELY. If you want
to, you can keep winning 100€ per day but it is more secure, faster and less noticeable if you do this with a
deposit of 1000€, doing it with a deposit of 100€ or lower can definitely draw some attention to you.
To answer your second question: if you want to play other games, I'd stick with poker and blackjack only as you
can really win at them (besides roulette). In any case you should avoid the slot machines, you really cannot win there.
And obviously, if you have some insider information about sports matches, you can try betting as well.
Hey, I used your method and made some decent money today. :) Thanx but i wanted to withdraw and they asked me for a copy of my ID or driving licence?? Is that even legal? why do they want it?
Glad you like the site, basically this verification is something EVERY site wants.
Some sites demand verification of personal details before you start playing and some demand it before your first withdrawal (such as bet-at-home).
Don't worry, it's for your own security, once they verified at least one your document, they can be sure that "you are really you". :) There's also another general rule - you can withdraw only via a method that you used for deposit earlier.
Thanks to this, if a hacker somehow got into your account, your money is perfectly save. The hacker (or anyone else) can't withdraw the money to his bank account or Skrill account. Basically if you deposited money from your Skrill account, you can withdraw to YOUR Skrill account ONLY. :)
They really need to know your identity, I have personally provided my scanned ID to several online casinos and I believe it is perfectly safe.
There are also other reasons - such as anti-money-laundering policy and checking that you are of legal age (usually 18 y.o.) but security of your account is the most important.
Oh, and you only have to send the scanned documents once (before the first withdrawal). If you want to withdraw in the future, it is processed automatically within 24-48 hours.
I like this but I don't have any experience with betting... So there are a few issues I'd like to ask about. The game itself is not hard but it requires discipline but I guess
that will be OK. I'm not sure about withdrawing money though. I read in the terms and conditions that casinos require three identity documents. But why should I have a driving licence
or even a passport to play at a casino? Why should they force me to do that?
I guess this is a bit of misunderstanding. All casinos require SOME identity document, most usually it is your ID, passport OR driving licence. The word OR is important - they
will satisfy with either of these. You don't have to provide them three documents, one is enough. Some casinos also want a verification of your address or your phone but that's
no big deal. They will simply call you and ask you to confirm your name and address.
I like this method but my question is: wouldn't it be better to try this out in an offline casino? Of course on a small scale, no big winnings... And then
use the money I win offline to deposit online? Is that OK?
No, that is definitely NOT OK. If you want to try this for free, you can do so online as well (see the sites mentioned above). Try and see - but
generally it is better to start straight away. To be honest, I know only two groups of offline casinos.
The first group are the typical offline casinos you see most of the time, with slot machines and a bar. AVOID these as much as you can, they are
simply made for a person to lose. They will gladly serve you alcokol, there are flashing machines all around... Maybe you think you'll resist it
but playing there is the worst thing you can do. They are also not audited in any way...
The second group are the high-level casinos where you have to wear a suit to enter. They are usually connected with four or five-star hotels... These
are OK and they are fair but the minimum bets are too high even for me, the minimum bets are around $100 and remember that for you, it's best to
start at bets from 1€ or 0.1€.
im not really sure if im doing sumthing wrong but everytime i try to play the minimum bet on color is like Ł5 thats way too much!!!
is there some way to bet on color starting from like Ł0.1 or at least Ł1????
I'd suggest you try checking ALL available versions of the game. There are many of them (French Roulette, European Roulette, Mini Roulette) and they all have different minimum bets.
Some pretty good versions are also "hidden" in the GAMES section. So try switching from the CASINO section and transfer your money to GAMES. Some versions are not called roulette explicitly but they really are roulette games - such as "Lucky8".
Hi, I live in the United Kingdom but the casino I want to play at shows only euros as a currency.
What should I do, I can deposit in GBP from my bank account or credit card... How can I transfer it to euros?
Hello, if you deposit in GBP and the casino is in EUR, the transaction will be automatically converted using the daily exchange rate. So you will be both
able to deposit and withdraw in GBP and play in EUR.
To tell the truth, I didn't believe it much in the beginning but from what I can tell it works great! In 15 minutes I made 342 dollars
and as you write, it is important not to raise any suspicion and diversify your deposit into multiple casinos. What do you think is the
ideal daily limit of winnings? And what happens if I win 500 dollars per day? How do they pay if I want to get the money? Thanks a lot
Is there like some conversion ratio so that I'll get only one tenth of the deposit or how does this work?
Hi, I have good news for you. The money on your casino account is REAL money and there is no such conversion you mention. If you won 342 dollars,
it is 342 dollars you get. The only drawback happens in case you wish to withdraw money in a different currency than your casino account currency.
If you for example play in USD but you want to withdraw to your Skrill account in EUR, there is a currency conversion which costs about 1-2 % of the total sum.
To avoid this, play in the same currency you wish to withdraw in. And remember that 'it takes money to make money' so when you consider me as an example,
my daily winnings are around $200-$250 per day but that's mostly because I also have a big deposit (over $25000).
Do you have any experience with bet-at-home? I tried to play there but they want a minimum bet of 5 pounds. I guess that's quite a lot for the start. What would you recommend?
Hi there, I have to say bet-at-home are very reputable, it's easy to play there, they have good support and usually when I withdraw, I get the money in 12-24 hours.
If you have problems with the bet amount, consider switching from the CASINO section to the GAMES section. You'll find some low-roll roulettes there where you can bet from 0.1€.
Hello Mr, I'm living in a country where credit cards are not usual (Bosnia). My bank said me I cannot have online transactions allowed.
What should I do? Can I send money to the website without me having a accepted card?
I have a usuall debit card but when I entered it's details it was refused!
I'm not an expert on situation of credit cards in Bosnia but I guess you should definitely try Skrill (previously called Moneybookers).
It's an online payment method similar to Paypal (Paypal doesn't allow gambling). You only need to own a bank account and register at Skrill. In your Skrill account you select "Deposit money" and you can deposit via a regular wire (bank) transfer (just don't forget to provide the reference number you'll see in the payment details).
Once you have money in your Skrill account, you can deposit to any casino (ALL online casinos accept Skrill).
It's also 100 % secure because noone knows your credit card details. :) Good luck!
Hi, I play at bet-at-home and the minimum bet on a color is 5 GBP. That's WAY too much, is it even possible to play with lower bets in this casino?
Hello, I'm glad you ask as starting with too high bet and too low deposit can be problematic. I assume you play in the CASINO section which is all right for higher bets.
However, if you're just starting and you have a lower bet available, you should switch from the CASINO section to the GAMES section.
There's a lot of roulette versions in the GAMES section, some of which start at 0.1 EURO. Be sure to check out all the games because Roulettes in the GAMES
section are sometimes not even called Roulette (one version is called Lucky8 and the minimum bet there is 0.1€).
Do you have any idea what 'La Boule' is? I randomly found it in the GAMES section and I don't really understand it.
La Boule is a special version of the roulette, which is however very limited - you could say it is a sort of a 'mini-roulette' and
that is a very good reason why you SHOULDN'T play it! Stick to the classical French or European roulette and you'll be fine.
I haven't started yet and I'm not sure about one thing... I don't have my bank account so I cannot deposit this way...
Is it any good to deposit with Paysafecard, Skrill or Neteller or some other method? Thanks!!
Unfortunately I don't have any experience with Paysafecard. I can recommend Skrill, they're very trustworthy and
they even have a banking licence. So if you don't want to use a credit card or a bank account, this is the way to go.
And what if get zero??? What should I do then?
that is a very good question and I've already explained it in more detail in the text. In short - you should always consider
zero to be the opposite of the color you are currently betting on.
When you bet on red, play as if zero is not zero but black.
When you bet on black, play as if zero is not zero but red.
i managed to triple £200 to about £600 and i wanted to withdraw the money to test it.
when i tried, they wrote me that they want to verify my details and want to give me a call.
should i be afraid of something or is this normal???
this is perfectly normal. The first time you withdraw your money, most casinos will want to verify your identity. :-)
In the phone call, you'll probably be asked some security question (e.g. when were you born or where you live).
This is done mostly to ensure that your identity is not misused. They will send money ONLY to you - NOONE ELSE even if someone somehow managed to log into your account.
I'd really recommend you to keep a higher deposit in your account because it may be risky to bet with lower amounts.
Why don't you like the electronic roulettes in the 24/7 (offline) casinos? I know it's possible that they behave weird but this betting method is just perfect so I think
you win no matter what happens. I'm still deciding whether I should try this at a local casino because the roulettes there are absolutely empty in the evening and I'd
get my winnings immediately and I wouldn't have to wait for the withdrawal from an online casino.
I don't play in offline casinos and there are more reasons to this than I can possibly mention... The most important problems:
1) most of the electronic roulettes in offline casinos are intentionally set so that the player cannot win. It works as luring the player - they let YouWin for
some time and then the software intervenes. Once I spoke with a technician who told me that the rouletttes are set to the 80:20 ratio (in some days to the 70:30 ratio)
which means that one in every five or four games is artifically manipulated. Specifically, these artificial spins first let YouWin and after a while, they let you LOSE.
2) there are also serious casinos with a live croupier who spins the wheel. These casinos usually have roulette associated with a nearby blackjack table but the
problem here is that the minimum bets are at least $15-$20 (at least that's the situation where I live). So you'd have to have a lot of money (over $2000) with you to play safe.
3) the bartender will gladly bring you a drink or something to eat but that can be very dangerous. Remember that you have to follow the strategy strictly and you must always
remember how much you should bet and on which color. Alcohol will only distract you and you'll make a mistake. Obviously, noone will bring you free drinks online but after
what I've experienced, I believe it's actually a GOOD THING.
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