Some folks do not even want to wager real currency on the outcome of a game of chance in an online casino; people work hard for their paychecks, after all. What if a player just wants to play a little poker for the sheer joy of the game? What if it tickles someone’s fancy to guess at roulette, but they don’t want to put down any money on the outcome? Are these poor souls just out of luck? Well, no not entirely.
Ways to Play for Free
There are several ways to play casino games on the internet for free. The thing is, it is not possible to play and win real money for free. When playing in free lobbies of online betting parlors, nobody at the virtual table is wagering using real currency.
Why would anyone spend their precious time playing Texas Hold ‘Em if they don’t risk any green?
What’s the point of playing parlor games if no one is earning any moolah, one may ask. Here’s why:
- Some people find games of chance exciting even without risking any finances.
- It is good practice for those who are less than knowledgeable in the rules, processes, or nuances of a particular game.
- It gives players a chance to feel out a strategy they have not tried with real money yet, or to check out a new casino before investing any cash into the establishment.
Is there absolutely, positively, no-doubt-in-anyone’s-mind no possible way to play free but still win money?
This is a bit hush-hush, and a bit illegal, but so is a whole lot of online-gambling activity, so why not go all out? Using the deep web, one can access gambling accounts which belong to someone else. Here, the deep web user can use their deposited funds to place wagers and play parlor games under their account name.
If the player loses all of their funds, move on to the next one until a profit is made and transfer it to an account of use to the hacker. It is highly recommended that this method is not used as it can lead to imprisonment, fines, and is really just morally askew.
Then again, just the simple act of placing a wager over the internet in most American states can land a man in jail, so what’s the harm of going step further? This last point is nothing more than some food for thought, it is absolutely not a suggestion.