Casino History Part 1

Gambling for money in different forms is a popular phenomenon that has existed for thousands of years. There has always been a discussion if it is good or bad or just fun. However, gambling has always been appreciated by the majority as an entertaining and easy-to-play game for one-time disconnection from everyday life.


Some people however have developed serious addictions and destroyed their lives. We would like to write a little bit about the history of gambling. Gambling has since the start been regulated in some ways. Each game have different rules and often the casino gets a cut of the money that is being played with.

 

However, as in many other areas, the pleasure for some becomes a problem instead, which means that there is a constant debate about money games, which games are the "most dangerous" and which should be prohibited. However, the problem is often handled in a debatable and drastic way, we consider the large amount of people playing under normal conditions, and they are within the limits of what they can lose.

 

Of course, you can win a large amount of money at an online casino, but keep in mind that the casinos are designed so that the house always wins in the long run. Whichever strategy you're using, the casino will always hold a quick advantage to you as a player (an "overtaking" which can often be reduced by a good choice of strategies and casino bonuses).

 

The timing of the original appearance of money games is unknown, but the first bill of play about money has taken place in China around 2300 b.kr. However, the general perception is that games about money in different forms always existed under the principle of the whole of humanity.

 

The first known European "game house" is considered to have been Ridotto in Venice, Italy, which was built in 1638, and was intended to serve as a meeting place for people interested in replaying money during the Carnival season.