Privacy Policy

This is the privacy policy of Simon’s Online Gambling Blog. You can find the terms and conditions here. By visiting this website you accept the privacy policy and terms and conditions. If you don’t please leave the website.


Email:  We do not ask for your real email address on this website. In the comments section you can OPTIONALLY type in your real email address to receive notifications, but you don’t have to. You can comment without an email address or with a fake email address. If you provide us with your real email address we will not give it out to any third party, and we will not use it to email you (except for the notifications when someone replied to your comment, but that’s automatic and WordPress does it).

Name: We don’t ask for your real name anywhere on the website. Some people use their real name for comments, this is not required, in fact we advise against it.

Address: We don’t ask for your address anywhere on this website.

Credit card information:  We definitely don’t ask for your credit card information anywhere on this website. If someone asks for your credit card information in our name please report it to us and to the authorities.

IP address: Just like every website we also see the IP address of every visitor. We do not store or use these IP addresses in any way. However, we use WordPress and Google Analytics (both of them are owned by Alphabet, colloquially known as Google, although it’s wrong, the company is actually named Alphabet) and they use, store and share your IP address with third parties. This happens on every WordPress website. There is nothing we can do about it.


We do not collect, store or share with third parties any not mentioned personal, sensitive information.


If someone asks for any personal info referencing, impersonating this website, or the owner of the website, please don’t engage and report them to us and to the authorities! Thank you (so far, this never happened, but you never know).

You can find the terms and conditions here.

Last updated: 2021-01-18

Thank you for visiting:
This is a selfie of the author and owner of Simon's Casino Gambling Blog, me, Simon András Péter, a.k.a. by the internet pseudonym SimonTheSorcerer, owner of Simon's Online Marketing Kft. This is the homepage of my online casino gambling blog, you can see what's on the website, the links to all the different sections of the website.

That's me, Simon, thank you for visiting.

Don't worry, this is not an ad! ;) Just wanted to make sure to tell you that I'm glad you visited this gambling blog. I'm Simon, the only author and the man behind this blog (if you are interested, my unusual life story can be found on the homepage, under the "About me" dropdown section).
I'm an independent gambling blogger since 2012. In this sector dominated by huge media companies, casino operators and online marketing networks, who can easily spend $ millions on their online gambling blogs, it's not easy for an independent nobody like me to survive. It took me about 6 years, working my ass off, to even have a chance to be noticed by visitors like you. I'm lucky enough that for a few years now, I make enough money to be able to do this full time (before that, I had part-time jobs, ghost writing gigs, online marketing this and that).
Now I can finally do this full time, thanks to visitors like you! And it means a lot! If you are interested, please bookmark this site (no social media profiles, I no longer have any, but please feel free to share anything on any social media networks, if you still use them). I don't have any money to advertise, and if you have a personal blog, any social media profile, please mention my gambling blog and link back to it. This the only way for a small website like this to grow. Thank you!

Logo of You can read about my non-profit activity right next to the picture.
Charity: As a way to help others, to give back, I sometimes donate to Kiva. If you click on the ads on the website, I make some money. And in a good month, if I make more than my expenses, I donate to people and projects on Kiva.
Kiva helps young entrepreneurs in developing countries, which is an issue close to my heart for obvious reasons. If you have the means, please sign up with the revolutionary non-profit company and help people lift themselves out of poverty, through hard-work, and an initial investment (non-profit loan). These non-profit loans encourage entrepreneurship and hard work instead of creating a dependent class that is afraid to get a job, or start a business (because if they did, they would no longer get support and free money, disincentivezing hard work and entrepreneurship). This is the right way to fight poverty in developing countries (or anywhere else really), and if this is something you are interested in, and if you would like to know more, or to help out, please check out here. Thank you!
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