The increasing number of online gambling resources dedicated to Internet casinos gives more options to players than ever before. The dilemma now is not the lack of choices but deciding which is best suited for your needs.
One suggestion is to simply go to an Internet gambling forum and ask. One drawback with this approach is that there are probably as many gambling forums as there are Internet gambling resources online. Looking for the right forum can be a challenge too.
One workaround is to just type “online gambling resource” in your favorite search engine and take note of the top three hits (the three is an arbitrary number; pick as many as you like). You can check these sites out, or you can go to Yahoo! Answers and ask for their recommendations. If those online gambling resources are any good, they will come up.
(Of course you can go straight to Yahoo! Answers and then check if their recommendations get a lot of hits on a search engine. It is up to you.)
The most popular online gambling resource does not necessarily mean it will serve your interests best. But at the very least it will give a place to start. With your top three sites in hand, it is time to check them out.
Let us assume that you are looking for a general, all purpose Internet gambling resource (not a game specific site, in other words). As you compare these sites ask yourself questions, the first being, what kind of resources are actually available here?
The best Internet gambling resource sites should have, at least, numerous product and game reviews, articles offering insights and strategies and the latest news in the gambling industry. If there are forums, pay attention to what is being about the gambling resource site. Also note how many people are actually there. If the number is low, then there is no point staying there.
While you are in the news section make sure that they are up to date. As you browse the site, check how often articles are updated. While reading, ask yourself if the advice they are giving is sound and if new insights and tactics are being offered.
Also take note of the grammar. It does not have to be perfect, but it has to be reasonably good. If the editorial staff does not do any proofreading, then it raises the question of how much the news and information the site offers is examined before being uploaded.
If the online resource is a pay site (as most online gambling magazines are) then you should be more cautious. Most of these Internet gambling magazines offer sample articles and other free stuff. Check them out. If they are useful, ask yourself before subscribing: are you certain the information here (which will cost money) is not available elsewhere, free of charge?
Why not go to a forum and ask specific questions about that online gambling magazine? If the feedback is negative, why bother? If it is good, then go for it.
The steps mentioned above for choosing the right online gambling resource may seem like overkill, but the point is this: you want to gamble your money and time in online casinos, not on an Internet gambling resource that is supposed to help you win in the first place