Now that things are back to normal, and all know what we are dealing with far as Covid-19, we are excited to get back out in the streets, visit friends and family, and hang out in the clubs, beaches and casinos.
Yes, the good ole casinos. Whether you are going to a physical location or simply logging into one from your computer/mobile device, casinos are a great place to relax, take your mind off things, and try to win the jackpot.
Even though a trip to Las Vegas sounds wonderful at this time of the year, you still have to think about a new issue, the Delta variant.
So, since you want to stick around at home, you have the options of a local casino or an online one; and trust me, there are so many online casinos that pay out big.
These are the top 5 online casinos that I have seen on social media advertisements.
1. Chumba Casino
This casino offers you some exciting, real-time slots from the comfort of your own home. The withdrawal amount is $100+, but for first timers, it takes up to 14 days to get your banking info verified and identity situated before you can redeem your winnings.
2. Jumba Bet
If you are lucky enough to even win, this Australian-based online casino makes you wait weeks to get paid. Like Chumba, their games are very realistic, and the minimum cash out is $100.
Funzpoints pays out the next day or soon as the morning after. Their slots are not as excitingly real as Chumba’s, but you can cash out as little as $20.
4. Grand Rush
This casino is a sister online game to Jumba Bet and the same rules apply. It even has the same games as Jumba, and it offers a casino host.
5. Luckyland Slots
Lastly, Luckyland Slots, another overseas casino that offers a bit of real-time exciting slots. However, from what I have heard in the Facebook groups, it is hard to get paid. They are really strict with users having multiple accounts and changing emails. Apart from that, you can cash out your winnings starting at $50.
Here’s an example of what a casino host will send the customers to entice them to play.
Hey George, this is Tanu, your VIP host from Grand Rush.
What’s your plan this week? I have so many things on my list!! I really want to share some amazing pictures of my coming weekend with you.
Take advantage of 450% Bonus, use the code 450SPICE, and let’s see how adventurous you get! You need a minimum deposit of $65 only and the max cash out is 10 times.
How does that sound like?
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All the best!
Tanu Morgan and Freddy Hills,
So, whatever your winning desires are, you will always be close to the action.
Never gamble more than you can afford, leave your bill money at home, and if the slot machine is hitting get off, do not keep putting money in a dead game.
Also, always know when to stop, and if you have a gambling problem, seek help.
National Helpline: 1-800-522-4700
By Eric Wicklund on July 09, 2021
A Tennessee-based telemental health company is launching a research institute aimed at using telehealth to treat people living with gambling addiction.
Kindbridge is teaming with Playtech, a UK-based gaming technology company, to open the Kindbridge Research Institute, “to create an evidence-based teletherapy model for gambling and gaming disorders.” The Center for Gambling Studies at Rutgers University has been commissioned to build the telehealth model.
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