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Simon’s Online Casino Blog

 

I’m Simon (full name: Simon András Péter, but if you are not from Eastern or Central Europe you won’t be able to pronounce it 😉 , so just call me Simon), and you are on Simon’s Casino and Online Gambling Blog. All of the content on my online gambling sites are dedicated to providing valuable, impartial and useful information to all online players.

Whether you are a professional gambler with years of experience, or you are new to online gambling, you will find something useful and interesting here. This website has been focusing on the different aspects of online gambling since 2012. Currently this blog consist of 609 web pages! Yes, it is a much bigger website than it appears at first, therefore if you like the content don’t forget to bookmark this website to be able to easily access it later.

 

About Simon - professional gambler turned gambling blogger

A bit about myself: I’m the author of Simon’s Online Gambling Blog, there are no other authors I write, put together, design everything here. I started playing online in 2006, back in college. The world of online gambling was quite different back then, more rogue casinos and less gambling regulations, less taxation. We have come a long way since then.

However, that environment was perfect for online professional gamblers using advantage gambling techniques. I was one of those guys. I made around $10 000 in total playing online during college (which was quite a lot of money back then, especially in Eastern Europe). It helped me pay for my tuition back then (since then I have made much more than that).

Online casino bonus whoring” – as it was called (one of the many ways to take advantage of online casinos), got less profitable after I was banned from over 300 online casinos, so I took a break from online gambling, finished college, got an office job, you know, the works. However, after a long hiatus I returned to the online gambling scene, this time as an online gambling blogger (and as a player as well of course). For years I blogged only on the weekends and not many people took notice. However, over the years my casino gambling blog gained some momentum. And here we are. Hope you enjoy your time here and find what you are looking for. By visiting this website you support an independent gambling blog, thank you and good luck.

 

What can you do at Simon’s online casino gambling blog:

Thank you very much for visiting my website! Keep in mind this is my personal small gambling blog, it’s just me, there is no huge company behind it, no team, just one person. I try to do my best to update everything. If you have a question drop a comment, I answer it if I have time. If something doesn’t work on the website, you notice something’s not okay, you found a typo, just drop a line in the comments section on that page and I will fix it ASAP.

 

If you would like to easily access this website later, don’t forget to bookmark it. /There is no social media page anymore after I was banned from Twitter (gambling is apparently not welcome on Twitter, despite every online casino having a presence there, go figure…), and since Facebook made it so that you have to “””boost””” your posts on your own Facebook page, which means every time you post on your own website’s Facebook page you have to pay $15 to Facebook otherwise less than 10% of your followers will see your post…., I”m done with greedy unethical social media, and I advise you to do the same, (and don’t even get me started on the privacy issues, they are bad enough even without all that). There are no newsletters as well, most, almost all email providers filter them out, because they are from a gambling blog and contain gambling keywords, so I stopped that as well, no point, people don’t receive them. Bookmarking the website is really the best way to save it for later if you are so inclined and you would like to revisit it at one point./

If you have any questions regarding online gambling please ask them in the comments section of that page. I try to answer if I have the time.

 

 

Unrelated to gambling, but permit me to mention it here:

Please use https://www.ecosia.org/ search engine instead of Google. Unless you live under a rock you are probably well aware of how evil, unethical and problematic the giga-corporation that is Google (technically Alphabet, the umbrella company that owns Google and all their other subsidiaries and offshore companies). Tax evasion, offshore money laundering, election meddling, privacy issues, lies, constant surveillance for the US secret service NSA etc.. just look around online if you have doubts and don’t believe me. Do you really want to support that by using their search engine? Don’t! Use https://www.ecosia.org instead, they use the income generated from advertising (they make money the same way as Google or Bing) but instead of enriching shareholders and influencing elections they use it for planting trees worldwide and other environmental, eco-friendly initiatives. Make a change, by actually not changing that much, just using a different search engine. Thank you. (And please stop using Google chrome as well, unless you want Google and the American government, and secret service to always know your location, your search history and have all your passwords… Try Opera, it’s actually better, and has just as many plugins.)

 

Simon’s online casino blog

Simon’s casino gambling blog consists of the following:

 

Casino bonuses section

Casino bonuses

Casino bonuses section: Contrary to popular belief not every online casino bonus is good for the player. You have to be mindful of the playthrough requirements and wagering limitations. You can find the best casino bonuses listed here, many of them are exclusive to this website, along with a casino bonus playthrough and wagering requirement calculator.


Free casino games section

Free casino games

Simon’s free casino, 500 free casino games: In this section you can try out hundreds of free casino games in various categories, from more than 10 different casino software providers. No registration is required. Test your strategies and skill without risking any money.

/If you find a game that is not working, please let me know in the comments section of that page so I can fix it immediately. Thank you! You can also rate the games by using the rating system in the small box at the bottom of pages. This will give me feedback and based on that I can fine-tune the selection of games in each category./


Gambling laws and legal status

Online gambling legality

Online gambling laws – in all 196 countries of the world:  This section explains the legal status of online casino gambling, online poker, online bingo, online lottery, keno, scratch cards, online sports betting and Bitcoin gambling in all 196 countries of the world. Just click on your country to get a quick summary of the gambling, online gambling landscape, and for a list of gambling websites, which accept players from your country.

UPDATE: Now with interactive map for easy browsing.

Including, but not limited to, all the English speaking countries:


Online casinos

Online casinos

List of Online Casinos: Depending on what kind of gambling license an online casino has, it can accept players from different countries. Here you will find a list of online casinos for players from any of the 196 countries of the world.

Including, but not limited to:


Casino Reviews

Casino reviews section

UPDATE: Updated the casino reviews section with a new and updated format. Now the reviews are in two separate segments on one single page. Every reviews starts out with a short, brief summary of the casino being reviewed, so you can get a brief overview and decide whether it is the casino for you. And after that is a detailed analysis for those interested in the nitty-gritty.

 


Advantage gambling section


Professional gambling techniques


Advantage gambling, professional gambling techniques: The best advantage gambling techniques collected (with tutorials, step-by-step guides, e-books, calculators and video tutorials). If you have an analytical mind, you’re good at counting, you too can learn the techniques professional gamblers use to make money gambling.

Advantage gambling techniques:

 

+EXTRA: Not really a full, separate section, but I put together a page, where I summarized everything I believe one must know about the shady Bitcoin casinos and Bitcoin gambling. They give online gambling a bad name, and Bitcoin only casinos (platforms which only accept bitcoin and are illegally operating, not licensed gambling websites) should be avoided at all cost. They are very shady, unreliable and they were involved in many scandals.

 

Kiva – non profit

Non-profit: I’m active on Kiva.org a non-profit lending organization that revolutionised non-profit work and the fight against poverty. Instead of simply giving people free money, it gives entrepreneurs, farmers and various other business owners in developing countries very favourable not-for-profit loans, encouraging them to work and be fiscally responsible. This encourages 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 benefits and free money. 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 Kiva.org here. Thank you!

Gambling addiction

If you feel like you have a problem with gambling and it’s no longer purely entertainment and it causes you harm, emotionally and financially then please seek help. The earlier you seek help the easier it will be to recover from problem gambling.

If you are unsure whether you are at risk of problem gambling you can find out by filling out this short gambling quiz here.

If you have any question, please let me know in the comments section below.

 

Gambling guest posts: A lot of people (it’s almost a daily occurrence) approach me about guest post opportunities. And yes, I do accept some, but I don’t need the poorly written crap online marketing agencies peddle. It’s always written by freelance writers who know nothing about gambling, who haven’t even visited a casino or played in an online casino in their entire life. I don’t need those shitty, crap, filler content here. Take it to the nearest garbage bin and toss it out. Don’t bother me with it. And no it’s not about how well it’s written, it’s the substance. the insight, the real behind the scenes knowledge, relevant experience, true expertise.

I only accept guest posts if:

If you don’t fulfill these criteria, then don’t expect a reply. I’m not desperate for guest posts, keep that in mind. It’s an opportunity, a very rare opportunity in the online gambling blogosphere, 99% o gambling blogs don’t accept guest posts. Thank you.

How to contact me? Jut drop a comment below, I will be notified, and if I’m interested I will let you know.

 

Last updated: 2020-07-24

Good luck, gamble responsibly,
SimonTheSorcerer

 

 

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I’m a gay, pansexual, half-black, mixed race, muslim democrat US transsexual activist living in Hungary writing about the social justice aspects of online gambling and also about the racism and social inequality in the world of gambling. I’m a lifelong democrat voter and political activist for Antifa, Black Lives matter and the Democratic Party (registered democrat). I support abolishing borders, mass immigration, globalism, progressive liberalism, abolishing police and social justice. I’m also focusing on LGBT+ and queer&questioning representation and issues in the online gambling industry. My thoughts are my own, research,  studies, numbers, percentages and facts are often linked as a source, please read them. I’m in favour of facts over opinions, but recognize that feelings matter too and some opinions are simply not valid, against oppression and systematic racism in any form. This is a safe space, no oppression, racism or hate speech is allowed here. No MAGA people are welcome, voted for Hillary last election, deal with it. Preferred pronouns he/him/his they is also acceptable.