Paypal Casino And Poker Games

Everybody who has any idea about online gambling at the paypal casinos and poker rooms knows that they are the biggest online madness today and almost all people around the globe have tried at least once one or some of the games such as poker, roulette, slots or blackjack. There are a lot of things that you should know when you decide to play paypal casinos online and one of them is to be familiar with the games and to be able to recognize which kind of games you are playing. This will prevent possible misunderstanding with the players against whom you will play, if you will practice any of the multi-player games such as Texas Holdem or Seven Card Stud.

Paypal casinos and poker games differentiate in many things and one of the things is that almost all poker games are multi-player games and can be played only with at least two players. In many poker games, when the players are only two appears the heads-up situation. The regular poker games are played by up to ten and sometimes twelve players who compete against each other in order to take the pot accumulated for the initial game or the tournament. The poker tournament is well organized event with a lot of participants who start with the same number of chips, or in other words – with the same amount of money that they pay to enter the event. The winner in the tournament is the player who collects all the chips and he receives the biggest part of the money gathered from the buy-ins. Usually the first eight players win a part of the money.

In other hands, the paypal casinos games are played only by one player against the house. Some of the games can be played by many players in the same time but they do not compete against each other. For example, when you play roulette, you play it with a number of players who wager on the possible color, number or combination. But you do not play against them, the wager that you post is only against the house and if you win, you do not take all the wagered money but only a partition of them.

All the paypal casinos and poker rooms online offer two types of games – for free and for real money play, which means that you have the chance to learn the games without wagering real money. The free play is unlimited, so if you want only to have a little fun by online gambling, you could find the best places there. There are a lot of reputable online casinos and poker rooms and the thing that you should do is to find the right one for you. Remember to try first the free games and then to play for real money. Just download the free software and try it. It is totally free.

Top 5 Craziest Gambling Losses Ever

Welcome to Droid’s Slots Top 5. This week, we’re taking a look at the top 5 strangest gambling losses of money and more.

An Italian man named Bruno Venturi was playing Eurobet.com’s ‘Sixty Seconds’ game in 2009, when he realised he was onto a winning streak. Having only initially bet (€20) £18, Venturi quickly racked up a total winning of (€700,000) £650,000 in a matter of hours.

However, when Venturi attempted to collect his winnings, he was informed by Eurobet that he wouldn’t be able to claim any of it. The reason? Eurobet’s website had incurred a glitch which meant that Venturi had played most of his games for free, since the website had failed to charge him adequately.

This bet is a little less kosher than what you’d usually find in your local William Hill. In 2013, Ugandan news sources reported that Henry Dhabasani bet the mortgage of his home on Arsenal beating Manchester United at Old Trafford. Rashid Yiga, who he was betting against; was staking his wife and a new Toyota Premio on Manchester to win. Little more than 90 minutes later Manchester United had a decisive 1-0 victory over Arsenal. Dhabasani is reported to have fainted at the final whistle and was evicted from his home the following day.

Terrance Watanabe is a special entry to this list because he is a record breaker. During a year long gambling binge in 2007, Watanabe managed to lose over $127 million to Ceasar’s Palace and Rio Casinos. The two casinos’ parent company, Harrah’s Entertainment Inc, derived about 5.6% of its annual Las Vegas gambling revenue from Mr Watanabe alone. It is believed to be both the biggest overall loss, as well as the longest losing streak in Las Vegas history.

Matthew Webb was the first person recorded to ever swim the English Channel in 1875. He completed it in under 22 hours and was considered one of the greatest athletes of his time. Years later, Webb managed to fall into debt and would do stunts for money. For his final stunt, he managed to raise $10,000 to swim through the whirlpool rapids of the Niagra River, below the Niagra falls.

He struggled to raise the money as many said it was a suicide mission. On the 24th July 1883, Webb leapt from a small boat situated near the Niagra Falls Suspension bridge and sadly, proved the critics right. You should bear in mind that a modern day expedition to walk on the moon costs around $1.5 billion.

This is precisely the amount Harry Kakavas gambled away during the course of a 14 months binge. His game of choice; Baccarat. Kakavas is popularly believed to be one of the biggest high rollers in the world. His extravagant losses totalling 1.5 billion, attest to that title.

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