Henderson, Nevada (PRWEB) July 11, 2009
LaymansGamblingGuide.com, a community that discusses gambling tips and rules as well as popular gambling locations, has updated to include new web pages on craps strategy, Las Vegas bars, and where gambling is legal.
The web page titled "Craps Strategy" on LaymansGamblingGuide.com details how to play craps wisely. The page advises that the house always has the advantage in craps games, so winning consistently takes a degree of luck. Craps betting should not be based on "gambler's fallacy," the definition of which is detailed in the article.
The new web page "Las Vegas Bars" on LaymansGamblingGuide.com suggests some popular bars and restaurants to visit in Las Vegas. Two bars recommended for their unique atmosphere are the "Nine Fine Irishmen" and "Dick's Last Resort." The former is known for live entertainment and incredible food, while the latter is described as "purposefully rude, crude, and obnoxious to guests."
A recent blog post on LaymansGamblingGuide.com, "Where is Gambling Legal?," details the various forms of gambling that are legal in many states. The vast majority of states have a state lottery, according to the post, which is essentially a form of gambling. Many other states feature gambling on Native American reservation land.
LaymansGamblingGuide.com started blogging in September of 2007, focusing on blackjack strategies in addition to writing about gambling laws and the history of Las Vegas. Visitors can now register to become a member of this community and discuss topics related to gambling on the forum. This site is maintained and designed by iGoMogul.