Saturday, December 19, 2009

The casinos may be online, but that doesn't mean they're pantless. Let's have some standards here.

On my law blog the other day -- you do read my law blog, right, so you saw this, I'm sure -- I mentioned that I never really understood "insurance" in roulette. In actuality, that was an understatement, as I never understood much of gambling at all, let alone roulette.

Which is really a shame, because I think I'd be a good gambler. Any style of gambler: I could be the cool, suave, James-Bond-esque gambler wearing a tux and holding a fancy martini glass (although the glass would be filled with Diet Dr. Pepper, as I don't drink) and leaning back at a table of baccarat...

... baccarat's a thing, right?...

... or I could be the "aw shucks" regular-folks guy at the table in a flannel shirt and ironic t-shirt, the guy who never played before tonight and can't believe he's winning all this money, and making all these new friends.

The only thing I need to complete those scenarios is to actually know how to gamble, which I'm taking care of by learning to play roulette online, thanks to Best Online Casinos. This site -- I've mentioned it before, too -- is a great resource for people who like to gamble, for real or fake money, online. It's got reviews of sites that are compiled by talking to experts, looking at regular people's comments, measuring the bonus money for signing up, and more. But you don't need to know how the reviews are compiled to know that they're accurate and a great way to find the best online casinos for your gaming.

And, remember, just because you're online doesn't mean you can't bring it: Take me, for example. I'm wearing my tux right now, playing online baccarat.

(Will someone please tell me if that's a real thing?)

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