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Gambling Sites that accept USA players

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There are a lot of speculations for online gambling laws in USA, the fact is that there is no federal law against it, there is law that doesnt let the banks to allow deposits to gambling sites, but that doesn't have anything to do with you, most of the banks doesn't allow deposits with credit card, but echeck still might work, also western union. Withdrawing from these sites happens in the same way, western union or check(the checks doesnt state they are from gambling site). If you feel not sure about how to deposit you can ask the support of your chosen gambling site, they will help you.
In short online gambling in USA is legal for anyone that has 18 years. While most of the land casinos are 21 +, this is unnecessary because the online casinos doesn't serve drinks, which is the only thing that keeps the land gambling over 21.

The best and recommended gambling sites that accept USA players right now are the following:

For sportsbetting(horse racing), casino and poker: Bookmaker
Poker rooms: Americas Cardroom, Cake Poker
casino- Cafe Casino
 
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Intertops casino is one of the best casino site which accept USA players. I have played once in this site which is really very good and gives good bonuses too.
 

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Thanks for sharing these information. As there are many betting sites but most of them not allow USA player for betting. So by this now the player of USA can also enjoy online betting and if lucky then they can also make good money out of it.
 

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Thank you for the tips and useful info, i will keep in mind this :)
 

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I hope the issue of online gambling in the US will soon be settled.
 

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I hope the issue of online gambling in the US will soon be settled.
Not very likely given the current climate. The fact that multiple regulated poker sites have closed their doors in barely a year of operation, the fact that not a single one of them is profitable, and the 100 million Adelson is spending against regulated online gambling simply doesn't bode well...
 

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Actually Intertops does accept new US players, but you have to get an invitation from someone to join. Not everyone is allowed to pass out invitations, so it isn't the easiest thing in the world to do I suppose.
 

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Actually Intertops does accept new US players, but you have to get an invitation from someone to join. Not everyone is allowed to pass out invitations, so it isn't the easiest thing in the world to do I suppose.
Are you 100% sure? Perhaps the USA players resides in another location for a portion of the year?
 

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An invitation cant bypass a whole rule in sportsbook not to allow players from X country.
 

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An invitation cant bypass a whole rule in sportsbook not to allow players from X country.
Actually yes, it can, for US players. The only way for US players to join Intertops is via invitation. If a US player signs up on Intertops w/o an invite, they get an error when they try to log in and are blocked. If they get an invitation first, the account functions just fine.
 

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What's going on with the gaming in USA nowadays, are they going to legalize it finally?
 

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What's going on with the gaming in USA nowadays, are they going to legalize it finally?
Online poker is legal in 3 of the 50 US states. Online casino is legal in 2 of those states. Online sportsbetting is legal in none of the states. It will be many many years, in my opinion, before it proliferates across the country and having more the half the country involved is a decade away or more in my eyes.
 

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I should have also clarified a bit more. Gaming is illegal in only a handful of states, and while not expressly illegal or legal, that makes it a "gray market." You can not get into any trouble for playing poker or participating in online gambling in any of the states without laws expressly stating otherwise. NO STATE HAS EVER prosecuted anyone for online gambling on a personal level, regardless of whether or not they have laws on the books prohibiting such actions. In point of fact, the laws on the books in states with some sort of online gaming laws are ambiguous and may not stand up to legal scrutiny if put to the test.
 

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So you can actually gamble online in USA, despite the law, because it is unlikely that someone would put you up in court for this?
 

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You can gamble, in fact there are sites that accept Us players, I don't think someone went to jail for something like this, but I also don't follow it. They should legalize online gambling there, its not like we are in the 19th century.
 
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No one has gone to jail for online gambling in the USA, not from a consumers standpoint at least. Operators can and do get in trouble.

Once again, there are no laws in 95% of states that would make online gambling illegal. It is a public misconception that online poker and online gambling are illegal, but it is very incorrect.
 
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