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With the growing interest year by year in online gambling, there are more online casinos populating the internet than ever before.  This gives gamblers due cause to exercise more caution when choosing an online casino, for although there are regulatory standards in place, not every establishment is to be trusted.  If, however, you play at an online casino using software developed by Playtech, Microgaming, Odds On or Cryptologic, you have nothing to worry about.  These are the biggest and best gaming software makers - fully regulated and monitored.

Each gambler is individually responsible for choosing an online casino to gamble at.  And one of the most efficient ways to sort through the countless online casino reviews popping up on the internet, is to only read those reviews on casinos using one of the above mentioned software platforms. Before even reading the review (because sometime these cannot even be trusted), visit the website of the casino in question.  Somewhere on their site - usually an 'About Us' or 'Fair Gaming' page - the casino should say what software platform it uses.  If it does not share this information, mark it off the list.  If, however, you are intrigued by the site and would really like to gamble there, call the casinos toll-free telephone # and ask a customer representative who the software provider is.  Remember, the software developers mentioned above have all been tested by third party auditors (BMM International, Price Waterhouse Coopers etc.) to insure the software delivers fair payout percentages and odds better than Vegas.

Other important aspects of a good online casino review is that it mentions specific monthly payout percentages, security components, customer service and player satisfaction.  The payout percentages are the percentage of winnings given by the casino, in ratio to the amount of total bets made in a given month.  This should be reported on the casinos website, which should be prepared by a third-party auditor such as PriceWaterhouse Coopers or a recognized gaming commission. Look for overall game payouts to be near 97%.  The security components of an online casino go without saying if they are using one of the software platforms mentioned earlier.  It is advised for players to also look for information regarding the casinos policy on handling player personal and private information.  If the casino review does not address this, once again, visit the casinos website to verity they have privacy policies in place.  You might as well take this time to contact customer support just to determine their response time and cordiality.  If you get a weird vibe after speaking with the staff, do some extra research in gambling forums to find out about other players experiences at the casino in question.

 

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