BubbleProtection.com Revolutionizes Online Poker by Protecting Players
Bubble Protection, a Las Vegas company that offers online poker players the opportunity to insure their tournament entry fees against being lost, “On the Bubble” is now live at http://www.BubbleProtection.com. For players that purchase bubble protection, the “New” online bubble is 10% of the field.
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Interesting gambling facts:
- Legal gambling operations in Washington reported $1.7 billion in net receipts in 2005: 61 percent was reported by tribal casinos, 10 percent came from the state lottery. 2 percent of responders in a February state survey said they placed bets online.
- Catholics were found to be more likely to gamble than Protestants and other religious groups. Catholics were also found to be less likely to disapprove of gambling than other religious groups.
- The word Casino originally meant a public hall for music and dancing. By the second half of the 19th century, the term essentially meant a collection of gaming or gambling rooms. The classic example of a casino, is the casino at Monte-Carlo, which was opened in 1861.
- Although baccara has its origins in medieval Italy, it soon spread to France, where it was called "chemin de fer" (meaning railway, due to the action of the card box or shoe passing around the table on "tracks").