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I just know that in early 2016 those guys made £115 million in three months in pure profits from gambling, as reported by their gambling commission, which just completely blew my mind.

I mean, geez, without taking into account the money that people won and just examining the cash they lost from gambling, on average, every single man, woman and child in Denmark spends roughly £7 a month on online gambling! If you apply this kind of growth to a population like the UK’s, you’d probably be able to surpass its astronomical online gambling winnings too! Why are the UK, Germany and now Denmark earning so absolutely much from an activity that other countries like, say, the US (even the states where it’s legal) largely dismiss? First and foremost, gambling in those countries is made highly accessible.

High stakes roulette, low stakes roulette, French roulette, European roulette (isn’t France in Europe, anyway?

), American roulette, live roulette, roulette for people who just need a spin at 3 AM because they’ve lost control over their lives… With so many different versions, it’s not exactly easy to figure out which one is the best (it’s French roulette, by the way), but, like that weird kid who always stays by himself at lunchtime, there’s one version which has often been neglected by players despite popping up almost everywhere – “Deal or No Deal Roulette”.

Much like the kid from the example above, who can turn out to be secretly really sweet or really possessive and creepy, “hidden gems” like that may either be awesome or ignored for a really great reason.

“Deal or No Deal Roulette” is based on the famous show which has aired pretty much everywhere that has television and game shows, so I’m not going to go into detail on how you’re supposed to play that.

Can you name the most developed online casino markets in Europe off the top of your head, without using Google or asking anyone for help? You’re probably thinking of the UK, that’s the obvious one, everyone knows it. I mean, that’s good, but it’s not that – for one of the biggest countries in Europe, with a population of almost 50 million people, Spain isn’t really doing so hot in the online gambling department.

Germany comes next, Germany’s a fairly safe choice as well, you’re doing great! But what if I told you there was an unlikely star hidden somewhere?

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Looking straight at you, US, Russia, Japan and France!

Read More We all know that while slots are the undisputed kings of casino games in terms of just how many different versions of them there are (I believe it’s a fair assumption to say that right now we’ve got at least 10,000 different online slots floating around different online casinos around the world, but don’t quote me on that – I just pulled that number out of my behind based on what I’ve seen), roulette definitely earns the silver medal in this category!

The problem with card counting isn’t that it’s illegal (because it is not, and whoever keeps saying that it is is lying), and hell, it’s not even that casinos will ban you if they catch you (chances are you won’t make NEARLY enough money with card counting in order to be caught).

No, the real problem is that it doesn’t really work with the online version of blackjack. It only warrants a single visit to a site such as uk to see just how far this game has come in the last few years…

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