BY PLACING A WAGER WITH BODOG, THE PLAYER AGREES THAT PLAYER IS, FOR THE PURPOSES OF MAKING ANY WAGERING TRANSACTIONS, DEEMED TO COME TO ANTIGUA, THE JURISDICTION OF RESIDENCE OF BODOG, AND ARE ENTERING INTO TRANSACTIONS IN ANTIGUA UNDER THE LAWS OF ANTIGUA.
That's a simple way to skirt around United States anti-gambling laws. They wouldn't put that in their terms and conditions if it were legal to wager American dollars in online gambling casinos.THE PLAYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBSERVING GAMBLING PROHIBITIONS OF PLAYER'S RESPECTIVE OR RESIDENT COUNTRY.
I never said anything about the reputation of the gambling companies, nor their track records in paying out.Agreed However I have never had a online casino not pay me these are reputable companies that do millions of dollars business and they all payout in checks if needed or pay to a account like netteller or alike.
"Player" is a much different term than "gambler." "Gambler" means someone who wagers while gambling with real money. "Player" simply means someone who "plays" the game, and does not carry with it any connotation of wagering. That's why they say "US Players Accepted" and not "US Gamblers Accepted."They also advertise in no uncertain terms US Players Accepted
Very 1st post here and he's pushing a site. Hummm.