GETTING STARTED WITH ONLINE CASINOS

What is an online casino?
What is online gambling?
Where are online casinos located?
How do I start playing?
How do I make cash deposits and withdrawals?
How fair are online casinos and sportsbooks?
How safe are online casinos and sportsbooks?
Are frequent winners barred from online casinos?

BEST SITES TO GAMBLE AT

Top Online Casinos
Top Online Sport Books

ONLINE GAMBLING DO'S AND DON'TS

Online gambling do's
Online gambling don'ts
Tips for the methodical gambler

ONLINE VS. LAND BASED CASINOS

Online vs land based casinos

BETTING SYSTEMS

Betting systems
1-3-2-6 system
Dalenbert system
Labouchere system
Martingale system
Parlay system
Paroli system

HOW THE CASINOS MAKE MONEY

The price we pay to play
Understanding the house edge
House edge chart

DISPUTES WITH ONLINE CASINOS

What to do if you have problems with an online casino

ONLINE GAMBLING AND THE LAW

Kyl bill
Relevant law
Law jurisdiction
International agreements

MINORS AND ONLINE CASINOS

Minors and online casinos

ONLINE CASINO AND INTERNET GAMING GUIDE


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The 1-3-2-6 betting system:

The name of this system says it all. It is similar to the Paroli system. It is based on the premise that you can win four times in a row.

Your initial bet is 1 unit, the second 3 units, the third 2 units and the fourth 6 units. Let's assume that each unit is $10 and the odds are 1:1 - even money.

The first bet is $10. When winning, $10 is added to the $20 on the table making the second bet $30. When winning again on the second bet, there would be $60 on the table. Of this you take down $40 and the third bet is now $20. If the third bet wins, you will have $40 on the table to which you add $20 making a total of $60 for the fourth bet.

If the fourth bet wins, there would be a total of $120, of which $100 is net profit. Now all the bet with the profit is taken down and you start the system all over again at $10.

If you lose the first bet, your loss is $10. The second level loss is $20. At the third level, a loss will give you a net profit of $20. At the fourth level, a loss leaves you breaking even. Each time you lose, you start all over again at $10.

The attraction of this system is that you risk $20 at a chance of making $100 net profit. This means you can lose five times, and with one win get your money back.

Why not try this system online at Casino-On-Net? They feature a fast, good looking interface to all your favorite casino games. The best feature is you can practice these systems without wagering money right away, but if you want to win, you have the option of playing for real cash.

Gambling Betting Systems Index

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