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    Quote Originally Posted by 9999 View Post
    CLubvegas999 is the online version of Savan Vegas casino in Savannakhet (which is an excellent Casino compared to all the border gambling dens, falang owned and operated). .
    A friend recommended STAR Casino in PoiPet, which was recently purchased by some Australians. I've never liked PoiPet and have, when there, always stayed at the Tropicana which was perhaps 3 star room wise and 2 star food wise. Nothing with any class in PoiPet(based on my observations and experience) and certainly nothing which compares to Nagaworld in PNH.

    No craps and continuous shuffle black jack at all of these I've been in. I think even, yes even, the banker doesn't win with a six shoes in baccarat were continuous shuffle at Naga.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NokTang
    I've never been to Savan Vegas. Do you recall if they had a sportsbook wherein you could make cash wagers on football and collect there as well after winning?
    Yeah they do, a little upstairs loft, its pretty cool. You can't compare it to Naga though, it's a proper, tight casino. I've played poker there a few times but it seems to have died off recently.

    Savan Vegas holdem poker is on the main gaming floor I could tell you some funny stories about playing in that. It's hit and miss though, they've had 2 tables running before, but now nothing going most days, but always a dealer on hand ready to start a game. The owners seem to want to have poker but its just not taking off with their Thai client base.

    Savan Vegas is a treat in comparison to the other border gambling dens run by Thais. Yeah the food is shit but they do an OK pizza. You want to go in town for a meal, there are some nice Thai style restaurants around but nothing upmarket. It's surprising they don't cover this, but I think the players are super tight with food. They have a 50 THB noodle bar that goes off.

    You don't need to do much to get comped, but don't expect an experience like a Naga high roller. Just a private nicer room with better staff and service, free food and drinks, etc.

    The layout of the casino is excellent and definately planned by people in the business. I was talking to the gaming manager there who is a fellow Aussie. He said the owners had a hotel in Macau but not there own casino there, maybe some holdings.

    The most impressive thing about Savan Vegas is the live dealer set up. There are dealers there on the gaming floor dealing online games. I've tried it online and it's a bit rough around the edges compared to other online live dealer systems but they are definately having a good crack at it.

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    At the time i was in thailand i have no problems with online sports betting. At this time i found bet-bonus.com and so i registered at bet365 from thailand computer.

    for me there were no difference between using online sports betting in other european countries or the united states.

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    Its illegal but you could use a VPN to get through

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    The bank of Thailand in an effort to stop money laundering have blocked your Tiai credit/debit card so you can no longer fund Betfair using Skrill or Neteller.

    The only way round this is have a friend who has a UK bank account to open a Neteller account give him the cash you want to deposit and ask him to email/send the funds to your Neteller account

    Allow for about a 8% to 9% loss in fees and your done.

    Thousands of Thais fund online bookmakers and casinos but how they do it I don't know.

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    What's so fun about sports betting ? I watch and follow sports. I just don't see how betting makes it better. It's totally random. Betting is lame. And it is addicting for some ppl .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    What's so fun about sports betting ? I watch and follow sports. I just don't see how betting makes it better. It's totally random. Betting is lame. And it is addicting for some ppl .


    It's like reading the male version of Marilyn. You two should have a kid together and called it inanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post


    It's like reading the male version of Marilyn. You two should have a kid together and called it inanity.
    I wish he'd flounce as much as her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    I just don't see how betting makes it better. It's totally random. Betting is lame.
    Said everyone who's ever made stupid sports bets and lost their arse, or is simply not smart enough to understand why some teams or sportsmen stand a far better chance than their competition in selected events. For them, the results are totally random and they shouldn't bet.

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    ^ Give us an each way tip for the Masters then

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    I'd have given you Cam Smith but it's not fair to do so after the first round is over. I didn't back him, he was way too short (in my opinion) in a field that strong. I haven't actually backed anyone in the Masters, Majors are way too difficult with the top 50 players in the world plus invitations and exemptions all in the field on typically diabolically difficult courses.

    If you ever want to bet golf but don't know what you're doing Google a guy called Ben Coley and follow his free advice. He typically tips 5 players each week on the DP (aka European) and PGA tours and he's up by well over 1000 points/units in the last 2 years. So if you took all his recommendations and bet in $25 units...

    Edit, here's the link to where he posts.
    European Tour & PGA Tour betting previews, tips, news, reports and scores - Sporting Life

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