Friday, November 02, 2007

Pick a Card

Do you like to gamble? I'm not really all that much into gambling myself -every time I hear someone say "Pick a card." I want to insert the phrase "my little chickadee" at the end of that sentence.

I like to play cards well enough, enjoy playing the lottery now and again as well too. Some of my relatives and friends also really enjoy BINGO but I can't get out and about easily enough to do the BINGO routine.

A couple of my relatives and friends though have become very interested in online gambling though and some have told me that I should give that a try. They say it is fun and a chance to win a little money - or maybe even a lot, depending on how good you are, how much you play and risk you money there.

Since I'm not really all that familiar with gambling and certainly would be quite a novice and very naive if I were to try online gambling, I'd want to make sure before I risk what extra money I do have that I knew all the rules as well as what my odds were before getting involved.

There are ways you can do that if you want to learn more about this type of entertainment. I found this site with great information about online casinos that shows virtually everything you would want and need to know about ratings, payouts, game availability and the like in one easy to read, easy to navigate site.

Then, with some good knowledge to back your money, "Pick a card, any card, my little Chickadee."

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dr sardonicus said...

Blackjack offers the best odds of the casino card games, and by paying attention to the goings-on, and with a bit of luck, you can come out ahead, or at least not lose as much.

Poker is another game you can make some money with with a bit of practice, since a lot of poker skill rest with learning to read the people you're at the table with. If you learn to play your opponents well, the cards in your hand don't matter quite as much.

lattégirl said...

Somebody showed me a great card trick once. Too bad I can't remember how to do it. It never fails to amaze people, but it's stricty mathematical - no magic involved!