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Online betting has changed dramatically over the years and gamblers can now play more than just Poker, Backgammon and Bingo online. Players can even place online bets on who the winner of American Idol will be.

If you want to be able to play many different casino games without the hassle of moving money back and forth across numerous internet banks, then take a look at some of our suggestions and what you should watch out for when choosing and playing games at online casinos.

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    Don’t get too comfortable playing in small Poker rooms as six months down the line you may find that your money is being held in a segregated account and the rake will not be fair. Sometimes the smaller rooms also offer huge Poker bonuses that are rather alluring, but the truth is, the bigger the room the safer it is.


      Smaller rooms will also only allow you to get to know a few people, while the bigger rooms allow you to come into contact with a lot more other players plus they have more games on offer. This enables you to try out different games so that you do not get bored.


        If you are a new player and sign up with your chosen online casino, you will be rewarded with a sign up bonus.  The bigger rooms offer more bonuses more often including huge jackpots. They also allow players to enjoy some free play on some of the slots.


          All gamblers are playing to win and it is better to play against many other online players than just a few. Whether it’s a German winning a million dollar poker tournament, or a Frenchman who can’t be stopped at the roulette wheel.


            Generally the bigger rooms have the bigger player rewards, free rolls and an efficient customer service to offer their players.

            6: Card Stud was the most popular variety of Poker until Texas Hold’em came out. Card Stud is quite different from both Texas Hold’em and Omaha and requires a certain amount of patience. It is an exciting game that can be very rewarding. Before the game starts, each player must post an ‘ante’, which is a mandatory amount that ensures there is some money in the pot. There are no community cards in Stud Poker games.

            The dealer begins by dealing clockwise until each player has three cards. The first two cards are dealt face down, the third face up (the ‘door’ card). Card Stud is divided into five rounds of betting, and the betting moves clockwise around the table. If two or more players tie by holding equally-strong winning five-card hands, the pot will be split between the tying players.

            Opening the Betting
            The player with the lowest-ranking up card starts the game with a token bet called the 'bring-in'. (If two or more players have the same lowest card, the bring-in is determined by suit in alphabetical order.

            Third Street
            Once the bring-in bet has been made, each player (starting with the player to the left of the bring-in) can fold, call, or raise.

            Fourth Street
            Everyone's dealt another up card. At this point, the player with the highest two up cards starts the betting. On this round of betting, if a player gets an open pair, he or she can make a double bet.

            Fifth Street
            Everyone is dealt another up card. The player with the highest combination of up cards starts the betting.

            Sixth Street
            Everyone is dealt another up card. Still, the player with the highest combination of up cards starts the betting.

            Seventh Street or The River
            Everyone is dealt their final down card. The same player who started the last round starts the betting. Showdown The player with the best hand wins.

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Last Updated 23 March 2014

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