If you’ve ever searched the internet for “Blackjack”…
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…you are bombarded with sites offering online Blackjack.
With the rising popularity of online games, Blackjack is definitely no stranger to the world of virtual gaming.
Is online Blackjack legal in the U.S.??
In 2006, a bill was signed making it illegal to transfer funds from banks and similar institutions to online gambling sites.
Since this, the subject of online gambling’s legality has been in question.
Online Blackjack, for recreational purposes only, is currently legal within the U.S. as long as you don’t play for real money.
Playing Online Blackjack recreationally:
Many beginners use online Blackjack to practice before they hit the casino.
If you do this, be careful to choose a reliable web site! There are many fraudulent web sites out there, especially when it comes to online gambling.
To avoid this, you should never use web sites that offer the option to play for real money.
If you have an iPhone, Blackberry, Droid or other Smart-phone, there are plenty of Blackjack applications that you may download so you can pass the time honing your skills!
Recreational online Blackjack is fine for practicing.
But, if you want the full experience of Blackjack….and the opportunity to actually WIN money, book a cruise on The Big “M” Casino and try the real deal!
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If you are interested in playing either South Carolina Blackjack or simply want more information – feel free to contact us, or call us at (843) 249-9811.