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Making money from gambling on the Internet is not such a difficult task when you have all the materials you need available at your fingertips.

I’ve shown you how to choose casinos with bonuses, where to go for information on strategies, and how to focus on the task at hand.

Now it’s time to put all of this together, go on a bonus tour and build your bankroll.

Your first stop on the bonus tour is Captain Cook’s Casino, a Microgaming operation which offers a $40 bonus on your first deposit with them.

To open an account, click here to go to Captain Cook’s website and download the software. When this is complete, register for a real money account, make a deposit and your bonus will be in your account within a few hours.

Because I have already established an account here, I will just deposit $60 and play at the casino as if I were a new player.

Captain Cook’s allows you to play any games except roulette and craps for the purposes of qualifying for the bonus. You simply play through the entire amount at least once (in my case, $60) and then cash out whatever is left.

Note that Captain Cook’s charges $10 for a check and $20 for a wire, but if you request wire express they will make one wire payment to you on the first Monday of each month at no charge.

If you have an Infinia card, they can also deposit your winnings to the Infinia card at no extra cost, so it might be wise to visit Infinia and apply for the card if you don’t have one yet. It will take a couple of weeks for it to arrive before you can activate and use it, so you may want to apply now and use the card at Captain Cook’s or other Microgaming casinos later in the tour.

At Microgaming casinos, other than roulette or craps, there are two games which stand out above the rest as far as house advantage goes blackjack and video poker. For this stop, though, I prefer to play blackjack.

Remember to go visit The Wizard of Odds to get your basic strategy card for Microgaming blackjack.

Choose a bet size. The minimum for blackjack at 먹튀검증 Captain Cook’s is $2, so you will have to play 30 hands (minus any double-downs or splits) to fully qualify your bonus. Remember, the smaller your bet the higher the chance that you will be able to retain some of that bonus.

In my play, I ended up with a total of $60 after playing 28 hands with one split and one double-down. So although I broke even on overall play, I actually gained $40 from the bonus – not bad, a 200% profit.

Keep a running total of how you are doing at each casino, as well as a summary for each casino – at the end of the tour you will clearly see how much money you’ve made. An example summary sheet might look like this:

Casino Name Deposit Bonus Cashout Charges Profit(loss)

Captain Cook’s 20 40 60 0 40

You may want to add one more column to the table which shows a running total, so that you don’t have to add up all the entries in the Profit(loss) column each time you want to check your progress.

Hopefully, you’re off to a good start. Try NOT to play more than required to earn the bonus for the time being – your object is to build a bankroll and not necessarily to make a big killing right from the start.

After the tour you are encouraged to go back and gamble at these casinos if you enjoyed them – they are all honest and eager for your business.