5 Ways to Bet Safely Online

Betting online can be fun if you’re smart and safe about it. There are risks which you don’t want to take and don’t need to take. To make sure that you enjoy betting online and to make sure you are being safe, here are five top tips.

  1. Only Use HTTPS Domains for Maximum Security

Before you even consider betting on a website, you need to know that it’s a safe place to transfer money. There’s been a lot of ink spilt over Google’s recent HTTPS update, but all you need to know is that HTTPS websites are safer — especially when you’re transferring money.

A HTTPS domain will have a lock symbol on the top left of the browser by the website address. This lets you know that all information transferred is totally encrypted. You don’t really have to know what it means; just be sure that you use an HTTPS website.

 

  1. Make Sure The Website Is Approved By The UK Gambling Commission

Gambling is legal in the UK, but it is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. There are certain things which online and offline casinos are not allowed to do. Predatory tactics designed to make you spend when you probably shouldn’t are outlawed in the UK and the UK Gambling Commission’s role is to make sure that casinos follow the highest standards.

If a website is approved by the UK Gambling Commission, it means that it’s a safe place to bet. Don’t risk going anywhere which isn’t. Of course, even if a website is approved by the UK Gambling Commission, you still need to be careful. This is where Gamble Aware comes in…

 

  1. Read Gamble Aware’s Advice and Follow It

Gamble Aware is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of responsible gambling. Their advice is simple, but it’s important enough to require repeating: don’t bet when you’re angry or sad, don’t chase your losses, set yourself a budget, and stop when the fun stops.

 

  1. Find the Best Places for Live Dealer Roulette & Other Games from Experts

Online casinos are built so that the odds are against you, and this is especially true with regards to games of luck like roulette. Even still, some places are better than others. Sometimes, this is because the game of live dealer roulette is more enjoyable because of some interesting design features.

However, sometimes, games can actually give you a slight edge. This edge still puts you at a huge disadvantage compared to the casino, but it puts you in a slightly better position than you might be at a different casino. For example, la partage live dealer roulette means that you get back half of your winnings if the ball lands on zero when you’re making an even money bet. In other versions of live dealer roulette, this is not the case.

What’s more, a game of live dealer roulette which allows a lower minimum stake is going to be more cost-efficient, as it’s going to give you more options.

Whatever game you’re playing online, it pays to shop around and to read reviews. Whether it’s live dealer roulette, baccarat, poker, or sports betting, different websites will have slight differences between them in terms of odds, minimum bets, and other factors. Things are still not stacked in your favour, but any edge you can give yourself can make all the difference.

 

  1. Don’t Believe in Streaks or That You’re “Due” Anything

One of the biggest mistakes people can make when betting is assuming that they can develop a winning streak or that — if they are losing — they’re due a win. In games of skill like poker or sports betting, the only way you can make sure that you’re due a win is to get good at what you’re doing. What’s more, you don’t go on a winning streak in poker. Rather, you play tactically and use your advantage to bleed the other players of their chips.

In games of chance, there’s absolutely no way that you are any kind of streak or that you’re due a win. That’s you projecting emotions onto something which is entirely random. The roulette wheel has no memory and it is blind to your emotions. If it’s landed on red the last 100 times, there’s still a 50/50 that it’ll land on red the next time.

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