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Free Online Casino eBooks

I have seen several people advertising free eBooks on how to win money at online casinos. Sometimes they refer to “cheating” the online casinos. Are these eBooks really free? Usually yes. But do they give good advice. Often no.

Here is the problem. These eBooks point you to a page that lists their “recommended casinos.” What they don’t mention is that they get a kick-back from these casinos if you lose. (That is, they are affiliates of the casinos.) So, for the eBook author to make money; you must lose money. That is, they don’t want you to win. In this case, why would you trust them to give you good advice?

There are a couple of good books on the subject:

  • BeatWebCasinos.Com by Bill Haywood
  • Crushing the Internet Casinos by Barry Meadow

 The information in these books is likely to be more trustworthy since the authors gain nothing if you lose. Use a search engine to find sites that sell these books. (I don’t sell anything here.) Also read the terms and conditions very carefully at any online casino. This is particularly true for online Poker rooms as you may find it difficult to withdraw bonuses at these rooms without a great deal of risky play.

    “The better part of valor is discretion.”

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