Are online casino bonuses becoming more difficult to capitalise on?
No Premier League season is complete without placing a few bets on the big games, putting 50p down on the occasional multiplier or getting that feeling of “why me?” when you lose a large sum due to an own goal by an otherwise world-class centre back.
With football now back on the TV, I’m exploring different betting websites and keeping my eyes pealed for any offers I can leverage to multiply my potential earnings.
Back in the day I managed to make a grand or so in a relatively short space of time by using a conservative betting strategy: capitalising on the sign-on bonuses that most casinos give you and only betting on games that have a decent chance of going your way (Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal to win for example). At the same time I used to have an occasional flutter in the online casino rooms, blackjack specificially, using the traditional basic strategy which worked surprisingly well and at the very least, guaranteed quick results rather than having to wait for an upcoming football match to take place.
I’ve written previously about online casinos trying to make the game more exciting and ostensibly fair by adopting live casino video streams and I’m looking forward to other innovations that are on the horizon for this year.
I’m also exploring international casinos. It seems that interest in online casinos in Canada and other English speaking countries is huge since legalisation changed 5 years ago making it easier for these casinos to grow. Comparison sites like www.online-casinos-canada.ca are great tools to see what Canadian casinos have on offer vs. the usual suspects in the UK and there are opportunities with large bonuses, free iPads and other benefits.
I thought by this age I would have stopped gambling online – but earning quick cash from playing online casino games does not get old