Our 4 Step Strategy To Safe Roulette Online

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Playing roulette is probably the closest you will get to know what it feels like to be 007 James Bond unless you have an Aston Martin to hand that is. Made eternally popular by Bond in spy thriller Diamonds are forever, roulette has evolved from the exclusivity of closed-door casinos to being a game open to every online player ready to roll the dice. Nearly every online casino in New Zealand now offers more than one roulette game option.

When playing roulette online, or any game for that matter, it is essential that you can play safely. Otherwise, where is the fun in playing?

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Only Play Roulette On Safe Casino Sites

It is increasingly rare to come across an illegitimate casino site in New Zealand but that does not mean that players should become complacent. You have worked hard for your money, make sure you are a responsible player – you owe it to yourself to protect your money, your health and your personal information.

There are certain steps that all safe casinos take to make their casino a secure place for you to kick back and have fun. Look into a casino’s background before you sign up for an account.

To start with, every online casino must be licensed and regulated by a legitimate authority. The majority of the casinos popular in New Zealand are licensed and regulated by either the Maltese Gambling Authority (MGA), UK Gambling Authority or Gibraltar Gambling Authority. At times, a casino will have multiple licenses from multiple authorities. Details are usually displayed at the bottom of the casino homepage or in the About Us section. If you can’t find them, contact the casino and ask them. A legitimate casino will give you the information and guide you to where it is displayed on their site.

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Learn About The Game Before Your Play

If you are new to roulette or even if you have played roulette offline previously, we recommend trying out the free versions of online roulette before you play for money. The great thing about online casino games is that technology allows operators and their game developer teams to innovate and create new and exciting versions of games that we love. This keeps things fun and interesting but can be a little confusing to start with. Read the rules and try the game a few times in test mode before playing for real. As there are so many different versions of roulette, this will also give you a way to make sure you are playing a type that you like before committing to a bet.

Protect Yourself

When you play roulette at an online casino you will need to set up an account and therefore share personal and financial details before getting to spin the roulette wheel. Any site that expects you to hand over these kinds of detail must at the very lease have SSL encryption to ensure your details are handled and stored safely. SSL encryption is easy to check for as a site that does have it will have a small padlock displayed next to the web address in the address bar. Just like ours.

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Always Playsafe

Whether you are playing roulette for money or are playing a free version of online roulette, make sure you know the risks so you can play safe. Roulette should be played for fun and not to escape any issues you might be experiencing in your life and definitely not as a means to escape financial problems.

When you are playing for free you might assume there is no risk as there is no money involved. However, playing any game can become an issue if a person becomes addicted to playing it or becomes unsociable because of it. To avoid this happening to you, set a time limit for how often you will play each week or each day and stick to it.

When money is involved, the risk of becoming hooked increase with the stakes. For many, the thrill of the risk is half the fun. However, to make sure your roulette game stays fun, set a budget of how much you will spend before you log in to your favourite roulette casino and set a time limit. Always stop when it’s no longer fun and never play whilst under the influence of alcohol or other substances.

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