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Can you really make a living as a professional gambler? The authors of “How to Make $100,000 a Year Gambling for a Living,” say it’s all about knowing which games are beatable and how to beat them. David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth give detailed instructions on how to make money at games including sports betting, blackjack and poker. With all these factors spurring people on to quit their day jobs and become full time gamblers, the question is, should you take the hook?
Everyone dreams of making it big don't they? Hitting the online casino jackpot, winning the lotto, being given a six figure salary at work, it could all change your life forever. But what would you do if you suddenly had more money than you could spend? We have a look at the ultimate bucket list, or things to do before you die, if you're loaded.
Forget buying a house next to your favorite celebrities, in the middle of Los Angeles, if you want to really show off you need to build your dream house! Hire an architect, in fact buy an architect if you want, and give them the most ridiculous of demands. If you want a water slide instead of a staircase, you can have it! If you want a whole room made of chocolate (like Willy Wonka), then you can have it! None of this boring 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom and a swimming pool house in Beverly Hills.
Traveling round the world seems to make nearly everyone's bucket list, but it is a little bit predictable. If you want to do it properly, then invest in your own transport. It could be a luxurious cruise ship, big enough to take your friends and family. Or a private jet, if you're feeling selfish. You can visit wherever you want, whenever you want, without having to deal with other passengers. Just remember to hire some staff, unless you can fly a plane, or drive a boat yourself!
The Old West was famous for several things; gun slinging outlaws, damsels in distress and gambling. Everyone from cowboys to lawmen would play games in the gambling halls (old school casinos), regardless of class or gender. Poker is one of those games you expect to see in an old west film, and women would play it just as much as men. The Frontier Gambler is one of the most recognizable characters from Old West history (apart from outlaws, of course), so let's see how gambling in the Wild, Wild West became so popular.
Back then, there was very little to do in your little town, and that is one of the reasons gambling became so popular. That and drinking, or committing crimes. Whenever a new town, or settlement, was constructed, one of the first ever buildings would be a gambling hall, just to keep the citizens occupied. It wasn't just a form of entertainment though, many would see gambling as a respected profession (as long as they were making money from it). Family members would be very proud of their son, or daughter, if they grew up to be a professional gambler. If only my partner would see my gambling as a respected profession...
There were several different historical events, which helped boost the gambling industry in the Old West. Cattle towns, such as Texas and Kansas, were some of the most connected in Western America. Many of these towns had excellent railway systems, and affluent people who worked in the cattle industry. These people certainly had money to spare, and to relieve the boredom of working with cows, would spend a lot of this money in the gambling halls. Then, there was the California Gold Rush of 1849, which pulled in plenty of migrant gamblers. San Francisco soon became a huge gambling hotspot, as the gold miners would stop off to wager their fortunes.
Have you ever noticed that nearly every single gangster film, book, or documentary, has some kind of gambling in it? Or that nearly every single gambling story has some kind of gangster in it? Why is it that gambling and gangsters seem to go together so nicely? It's actually a pretty interesting history, and one I thought I would share with you.
Gangs, gangsters, mafias and mobsters, they've all been round for quite some time. There are stories of the Sicilian Mafia in the mid 1880's, the Chinese Triads in the 1780's and the Gangs of New York in the early 19th century. No one really knows who the original gangsters were (would you really want to annoy someone by making a guess?), but there was one common denominator between them all; they were scary! Organized crime was pretty serious through the 19th and 20th century, with people like Al Capone, Frank Costello and the Kray Twins all being well-known names. The types of organized crime they liked? Bootlegging, prostitution and, of course, illegal gambling.
If you want to play casino online then your main concern as a beginner may be the security of the site you wish to play. If you are thinking of starting to play casino online, crooks are always on the look out for poorly built sites, which poses a real concern. Online casinos must keep up with technology and security issues by evolving their software and ensuring that users are kept safe at all times – usually the casino is very on top of security and any crooks attempting to harm the company’s earnings, this means you, the player, is kept safe and your bets remain secure.
That’s exactly what Springbok Casino makes a priority; that is, the security of our premium software and the protection of our users’ bets. Then we concentrate on offering you to play casino online with exclusive bonuses and promotions that make you a potential winner from the very start. Giving you amazing opportunities through offers that outshine the rest, and making sure that you can take advantage of our fantastic promotions makes us one of the best. Place safe deposits three times and we’ll reward you with up to R11 500. We’ll offer you FREE 24/7 support too.
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