Getting Started in Online Gambling

If you're just starting out in online gambling we'll guide you through your very first steps from choosing a gaming site to making your first deposit.

Essential tools
You don't need any special equipment to start gambling online, just a computer, internet connection and some sort of payment method - a credit card or an EWallet such as NETeller or Skrill.

Choosing your online gambling destination
The first thing you need to do is to decide where you'd like to start gambling online. Have a read of our online casino poker or bingo reviews and click straight through to any site that takes your fancy. You can also visit an online gambling forum to get some tips and advice from fellow gamers.

Downloading casino software
Once you arrive at your chosen site you'll need to decide whether you'd like to play in download or in flash. Download will offer an all-round better gaming experience although flash will enable you to access the games from behind a firewall.

Click on "Download" to access the casino software, save the file to a location on your hard drive then click on "Open". The software may take up to 10 minutes to install on your computer.

Opening a casino account
You'll now need to open either a 'real money' or 'play money' account. We'd recommend playing for free until you're more familiar with the games and the process of gambling online. Enter your personal details and make sure you make the most of any the welcome bonuses on offer.

Use your real name and don't try to open multiple accounts to get more freebies as the casino is sure to find out so it's not worth the effort.

Start playing
Now you're all set to start playing. Choose your game and get started! Click on the cashier button to refill your account when your real or play funds run out. Remember that if you run into difficulties all casinos have a customer service toll free number or email service to help you with any queries or problems you may have.

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