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Things Players Wish Were Different in Casinos

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Learning which elements you can control

In gambling, it is possible to control certain elements in casino games. Others are out of your control. Sometimes you may wish that certain things were different. Learning which elements you can control may help you to make some of your wishes a reality.

Every slot machine would list the Return to the Player (RTP)

Sometimes it is hard to find the RTP of a slot machine. Finding out that the RTP is poor may just stop you from playing a certain slot machine. Both land-based and online casinos should make the RTP clear.

At Pennsylvania online casinos, all slot machines run on a complex algorithm. Some offer a higher RTP than others, but the overall percentages are high compared with some other casinos.

There were ways to play sports bets with no vig

Sportsbooks make money by collecting vig. This is what they collect on bets that lose. If you can bet on sports and don’t pay vig, you can break even over time by betting point spreads. As sportsbooks are in business to make money, they don’t really have a reason to accept wagers with no vig.

Sportsbooks may offer great food at restaurants in land-based venues to attract players. In the same way, they may run promotions online where they offer low vig from time to time. There are some that offer no vig promotions, but they are few and far between.

Casinos wouldn’t offer 6 to 5 for blackjacks

Players have some control over casinos offering blackjack games that pay 6 to 5 for blackjacks. If they stopped playing 6 to 5 blackjack, casinos would have to stop offering it. However, this isn’t likely to happen anytime soon. Many don’t seem to realize that it costs them money every time they get a blackjack on a 6 to 5 table. Players who want to engage in responsible gambling set time limits for gambling and never spend money they can’t afford to lose.

American roulette wouldn’t exist

European roulette rules remove the double 0 spots from the wheel and table. This means the return to player goes from under 95% to 97.3%. With an American rules table, you will win 18 out of 38 times. On a European rules table, you will win 18 out of 37 times. It may not seem that significant, but it means you lose an entire bet out of every 38 spins.