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Re: Online gambling in JC
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Depends on the stock.

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More so than buying stocks ?


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Http://WWW.casinobitco.in the best bitcoin gaming site online.


I think the mere act of purchasing bitcoin counts as gambling.

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Http://WWW.casinobitco.in the best bitcoin gaming site online.

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Newark and Jersey City are among the top half-dozen municipalities participating in the gambling – no surprise given that they also rank 1-2 in population at about a quarter million residents apiece.

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SMDH and they have the biggest poverty problem. Broke and gambling this is outrageous. Thx Chris!

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Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken among towns most enamored with online gaming at Betfair site

Posted on Thursday, January 16, 2014 1:43 pm
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Betfair officials have taken a look at who in New Jersey is using their online gaming platform since the entertainment option was legalized in late November.

Newark and Jersey City are among the top half-dozen municipalities participating in the gambling – no surprise given that they also rank 1-2 in population at about a quarter million residents apiece.

Toms River, which ranks 8th in the state according to the 2010 U.S. census, also is on the list.

The others are Old Bridge in Middlesex County (18th, not sure how they wound up here), Hoboken (34th, with a mere 50,000 people, but tons of young urban professionals with discretionary income), and Egg Harbor (43rd, but don’t forget that it’s in Atlantic County, home of Atlantic City’s casinos).

The peak time of use, naturally is 6 p.m. to 1 a.m., which should relieve some employers who might have thought their employees would be gambling on their computers instead of working.

The most popular games for Betfair players? Blackjack, Monopoly, Crazy Money, Cleopatra, and Roulette. -

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If you're willing to gamble on online poker, you can probably afford to subscribe to a VPN.


That doesn't make it not gambling. And I'm not a poker player (pool's my game), but I thought the real skill was reading the players at the table rather than calculating odds.

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Poker is a game of skill.

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If you're willing to gamble on online poker, you can probably afford to subscribe to a VPN.

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If you're willing to gamble on online poker, you can probably afford to subscribe to a VPN.

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ultimate poker has worked for me, but don't bother unless you like a dead site. there's almost no one on here at all. quite frankly, if they hadn't given me some free money, i wouldn't be playing there at all.

keep in mind, you must be playing on a wifi enabled device near other such places so it can 'verify' you're actually here in nj

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My whois shows my Verizon Fios IP in Virginia.

Had issues signing up with PartyPoker last night.



I'm on Comcast and haven't had any issues with Party Poker.

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My whois shows my Verizon Fios IP in Virginia.

Had issues signing up with PartyPoker last night.


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I am on the Borgata site and have no problem. I've played a zillion hands and find the play to be pretty good. Not like I remember on PartyPoker. I've also made a few bones off the blackjack.

I'm on Verizon FiOS

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I just tried the Borgata site. I read that there was an exclusion zone near the borders of NJ and just figured I'm within that area. However they said in all likelihood the exclusion zone would be decreased in the near future as they worked out the kinks. Which site did you use? Also I am downtown, yourself?


I'm downtown as well. I tried WSOP and 888, and I thought they were both trash sites. They're both run by the same company, and they have terrible algorithms. The bad beats are endless. Try Party Poker if you want decent play.

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I've been on WSOP with no problems

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I just tried the Borgata site. I read that there was an exclusion zone near the borders of NJ and just figured I'm within that area. However they said in all likelihood the exclusion zone would be decreased in the near future as they worked out the kinks. Which site did you use? Also I am downtown, yourself?

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Have you looked up your IP on an ip lookup site? If your ISP has their servers outside of NJ the online gambling sites will reject your attempts to login, stating that you can't be located within NJ. What online sites have you been trying to log into? I've had difficulty on a few of them, and success with others.

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Has anyone been able to play from Jersey City? I have not as it keeps telling me I am not in New Jersey.

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