I’ve always enjoyed the cool, relaxing vibe of the ocean; and this casino tries to bring that feeling to your home. Don’t think Vegas, think Jamaica! Forget the busy lights and the wild night – think cool ocean breeze and relaxing tunes, cocktails and fantasy. The opening offer is pretty good, with a 200% match up to 100; which helps that initial balance quite nicely. I also found the ongoing deposit match bonuses the staff send to me to be reasonable. I’m always wary of casinos that send you 400% offers every week.
That means either they have tons of cash to burn or that they’re as tight as can be. Vegas Palms has never done that; and with good reason. The machines pay out plenty and often. In my first 2 months I managed to cash out a whopping $1,570; which is pretty decent, considering I didn’t win a jackpot or massive payout. It was just steady small wins and sensible gambling.
Also, looking through the terms and conditions, and after speaking to several friends who have won big, the casino is prompt with their cashins and have never withheld the players money.
Overall, I enjoy playing here, and would high recommend it to anyone. There are plenty of games, and tons of fun to be had. Good luck, and I’ll see you on the inside.
Can China prevent the enthusiasm for Internet Gambling?
More than thirteen hundred people were arrested in Shanghai by Chinese lawmen for taking part in gambling on the Internet. This was part of a continual attempt in China to stymie the increasing gambling commerce via the Internet. Authorities in China claimed that gambling on the Internet took place in individual homes, nightclubs and Internet cafes, which were all raided.
In China this raid was not the first of its kind on gamblers operating on the Internet. Some one and half pounds, or twenty three million of Chinese currency, were appropriated from some six hundred gamblers playing online gambling early in January. Furthermore, playing on an underground Internet gambling company, some two hundred and twenty players were nabbed in a number of police raids.
According to Chinese authorities, for virtually a year now, Chinese criminals have been operating in collusion with gambling concerns in Taiwan. The latest raids, in fact, have produced some interesting results, such as two of China’s most-sought after thirteen hundred criminals on their black lists have been arrested and it’s obvious that they have criminal associations with the business of online gambling.