Frequent questions about online gambling
A lot of newcomers to the world of online gambling will be somewhat confused by a lot of things. Here are some frequent questions with their respective helpful answers:
Q: How much money will I need?
A: Around $500 would be a good sum to start on if you can afford it. Ideally you would want something like $1000 for a quicker start, but $500 which you can afford to lose should be enough. Most players will deposit sums from $50 to $200 when they start playing but this will not give you a lot of hours of fun. Sometimes it will take days and even weeks to withdraw money from an online casino. Ideally you would want $5000 to $6000 so you can take advantage of the different offers that casinos give high rollers. You can try to build up that bank over time so you can take advantage of those bonuses.
Q: Should I learn strategies for the games?
A: You should absolutely do this, especially since a lot of games have pretty simple and straightforward strategies. A big advantage of gambling online is that you can always have the strategy right next to you while you play.
Q: How much time do I need for this?
A: This is another good advantage that internet gambling has over regular casinos. Online casinos are open 24/7 and you can have play sessions as long as you want. Whether you want to play for 5 minutes or a couple of hours, the decision is always yours. All of this will depend on a couple factors. The first will be your internet speed, since having a slower connection will obviously make your play sessions slower. Then it all depends on how well you know the particular game you are playing. If you are proficient in it everything will move faster overall.
Q: How much will my hourly win rate be?
A: This will all depend on how good you are at that particular game and other factors. You will also be busy with other things like handling your bankroll, reading bonus offers and figuring out the bonus values.
Q: Say I have $1000, what are the odds of losing all of it due to bad luck?
A: The chance of this happening is pretty slim as long as you choose reputable casinos which have good bonus offers. You also have to have accurate basic strategy for the games you enter and you carefully manage the sizing of your bets according to your bankroll.
If you have a rather small bankroll you have to play conservatively in order to protect yourself from a bad run. Never deposit your entire bankroll in just one casino. You should be making smaller deposits in numerous online casinos.
I suggest that you look for more advice online if you have more questions about playing on an online casino. Some people disregard any advice and just jump into the deep end, but a little extra information will go a long way.