Aug
22
2019

Best Online Sports Betting Info

I started Online Betting just months ago and ever since I have been making a substantial amount of money with online betting. To be honest, I’ve always been a bit scared to gamble, especially online, as I didn’t really have any money to lose. As a newbie in the online Betting world, I bought a course and studied it real hard. After applying the techniques and strategies, I actually began making some cash. Amazed, I just have to tell everyone. What a great way to enjoy the excitement of betting on your favorite sports teams and feeling confident that you can actually win.

This new concept of Arbitrage betting, at least I had never heard of it before, is actually betting on both sides, it’s like investing into both sides verses gambling. I found out real quick that I did not have to be a seasoned gambler nor an expert on the teams, the players, the coaches, or their records.

I can honestly tell you I’m not some big millionaire, yet, but I’ve tried and tested this system and it just works. Sometimes, it appears to be too easy. In high school and college I played football, basketball and participated in several track events, so I have a basic knowledge of how these games are played, but betting on them is an entirely different game completely. The game of betting online seemed exciting to me, however I just didn’t understand the lingo, the handicaps, the spreads, the odds, etc. Until a friend of mine turned me on to what he had been doing and I’m so happy he did. He had mentioned that he and his room mate had been using a system that he called Arbitrage and that they have never lost since using the Arbitrage system.

Online sports betting, what a great new concept, in comparison to visiting casinos, which in my humble opinion are designed to keep you there, the longer you stay the likelihood of you spending or losing most of your money. I mean, don’t get me wrong visiting a casino is a lot of fun, from the moment you walk in, the bells, the whistles, and all the people, it just oozes with excitement. However, if you’re like me, all that is fun but it doesn’t pay the bills.

Please consider, this is what my friends and I have experienced and in no way I’m I wanting to give gambling advice, I like winning and winning makes money. I like to win every single bet I place! It`s about investing into sports and reaping nice amounts of money every day. so, my story is that yes, you can bet online, if you’re using the right system and Win.

So, if you’ve ever wanted to win, and win each and every time, or if the idea has ever peaked your curiosity…then you’re in Luck, I want to share what I’ve discovered to be the absolute fastest, easiest, and best way to win at Online Betting. If you like the thrill of potentially losing your bet, try blackjack, poker, or any other game at a casino…

Comments Off
Aug
14
2019

Opening Up the Online Gambling Industry in France

The online gambling scene in France is on the verge of changing irrevocably with the imminent enactment of a new legislation inspired in part from the successful example of the UK and other European countries. It remains a vastly untapped potential for online gambling operators. The liberalisation of the market, which up until now has been controlled by the monopoly of the state-owned Française des Jeux, is under intense scrutiny from the European Commission while at the same time preparing itself for the fast-paced environment of the online gambling world in which operators are already active offering an ever-growing choice of games of chance to the willing French consumer.

In this article I will attempt to cover the key points of the emerging French Gaming Law (which remains to be finalised) by looking at its viability with regards to tax and licensing regimes and how it will affect foreign entrants to the market.

In the interest of the consumers, an essential element of this legislation aims to prevent addiction by fixing limits on wagers and winnings that may be placed or received by punters. With this in mind, operators will be obliged to include warnings about underage playing and the potential risks of excessive gambling.

The opening of the market will encompass horse race and sports betting and shared games of skill, involving the ability of the player to improve his or her chances by adopting a certain strategy in relation to their opponents – such as online poker. Hence, lotteries, online slot machines, betting exchanges and casino games involving playing the bank (blackjack and roulette for example) will be excluded from the opening as they are considered too addictive.

A new independent public authority, ARJEL (Games Regulations Authority) will be set up specifically to regulate the remote gambling market, responsible for:

· Ensuring compliance with policy objectives regarding internet accessible games.

· Suggesting to government specific requirements for different types of licences available.

· Preparing and attributing online gambling operator licence requests.

· Monitoring online operations and clamping down on illegal gambling sites and fraud.

ARJEL will be empowered to block access to such websites through a direct injunction to Internet Service Providers and block such financial transactions.

· Enacting auditing rules concerning technical and financial data for each transaction.

· Making suggestions to Government on legislative and regulatory issues.

· All operators shall be required to provide information and guarantees as to their identification, gambling experience, shareholding, measures taken to prevent fraud and money laundering, secure online payment and protection of data and minors.

· Licences will be granted to operators within Member States of the EU or ECC. Any of these whose headquarters or shareholders are based in so called non co-operative tax havens shall be refused licences to offer their services in France.

· Online gambling internet websites must be accessible through a first level domain name ending in “.fr”.

· A mirror server, based in France, shall contain all data relative to gambling activities and exchanges between players and operators.

· Licences shall be granted for five-year renewable periods and shall be non-transferable.

· The tax rate will be based on amounts wagered by players, according to the following:

8.5% – Sports betting

15.5% – Horse race betting

2% – Online poker

Such taxation based purely on wagers rather than gaming gross revenue is less well suited in the case of poker operators for example, for whom 2% tax on wagers would equate to taxing approximately 60% of gross revenue. This could put operators off entering the market, as well as go against EU regulations of freedom to provide services. However on the whole, France should remain attractive despite the proposed tax regime that might be an obstacle to foreign online gambling operators seeking to enter the French market.

With the implementation of the Draft French Gaming Law, the ARJEL will need a further few months to be efficient and begin granting licenses. According to Senior Government Officials, France will not start granting online betting licenses at the beginning of 2010 as initially thought. Partly as a result of the detailed opinion of the Commission rendered on June 8th, 2009, the Draft French Gaming Law will most likely not be implemented as from January 1st, 2010. In any event, it should be in place for the kick-off of the World Football Cup in South Africa at the latest.

Comments Off
health insurance> healthy snacks> healthy recipes> healthy breakfast> dalfanatiker.gq> health equity> health and fitness> health and wellness> health alliance> health benefit> dalfanatiker.gq> Health Diagnostics> Health Insurance companies> Healthcare Systems> Health Insurance> Mind Body Spirit> Drug Abuse> Anti Aging> Critical Care> Medicine and Surgery> Drug Abuse Prevention> Healt Blog> Healthcare Alliance> Healthy Food> Healthcare Analyst>