With the passing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, or UIGEA, there were many people who were at a loss for information within the online gambling industry – simply because many sites pulled out. However, now that some time has passed, there are many sites out there that are looking to help those looking for up to date information regarding the industry.
DealToPlay is one of those sites. The site caters to both players and online gambling industry workers. It has forums, blogs, visual tutorials, basically everything you need to be successful in the online gambling industry.
It is simply put, an online gambling social network where people can exchange information regarding games and sites, and even information about the latest innovations in play. It also hooks up those industry workers who are looking to secure a position, by allowing people to talk freely about the industry.
Now only that, but they are now offering a free games section using a universal flash player so you can play while you are online as well. They offer the most popular online gambling games such as slots, video poker, roulette, Texas Hold’em, etc.
You can play any of the games that they offer for no money. The online gambling company says that they had been on the lookout for easy to use no-download games, but they couldn’t find any. So they got the best out there and are offering them to their players so that they could practice their moves before they played for real money. This way they stood a chance of winning even more.
Now that government has chosen his running mate, the first question on online gamblers lips was whether or not he was friendly to the cause. It has long been speculated that if Obama were made president that there was a good chance that online gambling would be legal again. Now, they are waiting to see what his running mate thinks.
Delaware Senator may not be negative towards online gambling, but he isn’t positive either. During the past 35 years that he has served as a legislator, Biden hasn’t made any comments one way or the other as to how he feels about online gambling.
There is positive in the fact that he was just one of ten senators to vote against a 1998 bill that would set higher penalties for knowingly participating in online gambling. But he also voted for the Security and Accountability for Every Port Act of 2006 – which included the Unlawful Internet Gambling and Enforcement Act.
Now Biden was not alone in that vote – 98 of the senators approved the bill with only one Democrat and one Republican voting against it. Biden is widely seen as moderately pro-legalization of online gambling, while Obama’s record seems even more vague.
Of course, government is adamantly opposed to the legalization of online gambling, so where does that leave you? With
government planning on announcing his choice soon – he does have the opportunity to bring on someone very pro-online gambling and help himself out tremendously with the gambling community.