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Online Casinos for US Players

Postby Thom » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:14 am

Hey guys, I wanted to reach out to US players and see who's playing where and if you have any recommendations of reliable casinos. You know the stuff:

-Accepts US players

-Reliable payments--deposits and withrdrawals

-Good customer support

-Oh yeah, great games LOL!

I know most of the big names won't let us in until the laws change, but there are still tons of casinos that say they accept US players. Just want to make sure I don't waste my time in any crap places, you know. :?
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Re: Online Casinos for US Players

Postby Terry » Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:28 am

I know of a couple of decent online casinos that accept US players. They're Grand Parker and OnBling - both run on RTG software and are reliable and legit. There are reviews of both casinos in the main site here:

Grand Parker Casino Review
OnBling Casino Review
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Re: Online Casinos for US Players

Postby jacket » Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:41 pm

I hear the US bigwigs are going to fold soon enough over this issue of not allowing casinos to operate there. Individual states are lining up to get some kind of legislation through their local government machines so they can jump on the tax windfall jamboree and start collecting taxes from legit and licensed casino operators intra-state.

Seems a shame that people are having their liberty snatched away from more and more by politicians who are deciding what's good for them and disallowing what hey decide might not be. Pretty crappy deal, but I suppose its a sign of the times.
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Re: Online Casinos for US Players

Postby Edwyn » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:10 pm

Hey guys, looks like the predictions of the changes to the online gambling laws here in the US aren't happening anytime soon. Now with an election on the way, I can't see any polititian wanting to rock the boat, so it'll remain no-business-as-usual here for a while to come.

There are still a few good casinos around that'll take US players, but a lot of folks are concerned about the consequences. After Grand Parker got closed down and the owners arrested for a bunch of criminal activities, players are getting kinda wary of who they can trust. We'll see.
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