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The common trope that gambling is a male-dominated hobby is being debunked more and more as women continually flock to casinos with more veracity. Sit down, guys. The ladies are here to win big. And we have just the recommendations of where to hit your next jackpot.
Unfortunately for all you gamblers out there, there are zero physical casinos to be found within The Hamptons proper. However, there are several options in the middle of Long Island, just west of the Hamptons. Near Upton, 5th Street Casino Rentals lets you rent out not just poker, blackjack, and other casino tables, but professional dealers at well. Chic, right? It’s the perfect solution to being in the Hamptons while letting a bit of the casino charm come to you. However, if you’re intent on playing inside a real casino, Casino Kings NY is a well-reviewed choice, although you’ll need to travel to Deer Park.
As for online gambling options, New York has recently opened its doors to web-based sportsbooks. Buffalo News details how the FanDuel Sportsbook has opened for business at Tioga Downs Casino, which makes it the second legal sportsbook to open in the state. While this is may be a touch far from the Hamptons, it’s an indication that New York itself is becoming more open to online gambling and betting prospects. Perhaps that means something could crop up out East in the future?
Much like the Hamptons, there are no actual physical casinos within Hollywood itself. However, there’s no shortage of nearby casino table and dealer rental businesses, like Ace High Casino Rentals near Chinatown, and Best Casino Events and Bartenders. You won’t have to go far if you want to experience playing in a physical casino either, as Los Angeles is home to Hollywood Park Casino, Casino de Paris, Mediterranean Casino, and plenty of other options in East LA. And while just a short plane ride away to Vegas, Hollywood has an advantage over the Hamptons in terms of the number of physical casinos within close driving distance. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.
As for online and electronic gambling options, experts are actually watching California closely as the state could very well be America’s next sports betting capital. And because we’re quite familiar with debauchery, nothing screams high-end impropriety than betting on sports.
These speculations are fueled by an upcoming statewide vote on whether or not California will open its borders to more legal sportsbooks and betting options. “It’s clear that if we truly want to take illegal sports betting out of the shadows, there needs to be an online component for those who won’t patronize brick-and-mortar outlets,” explains Democratic Senator Bill Dodd, who co-authored the bill that could amend the state’s gambling laws following a statewide ballot. To say that this bill and upcoming vote is timely would be an understatement, considering the growing online gambling market. As tech innovations provide new avenues for gaming on the go, online gambling platforms are taking an increasingly larger share of the gaming profits, becoming larger and larger competitors to their physical counterparts. In a global analysis of the development of online gambling, experts from Market Research Future predict that the industry will enjoy a 13.2% compound annual growth rate from this year until 2025. This is quite indicative of the direction casino gaming is going, which is mobile. In a review of Genting Casino on Sandlot Games, the web-based magazine reveals that not only do online casinos have hundreds of games, they’re also mostly optimized for mobile use. This ensures better access and greater ease of use for their players across the planet. However, this isn’t to say that mobile is better than physical gaming. Both online and physical gambling each have their own unique benefits which the other can’t provide, and if you’re into this type of gaming, both are certainly worth a try, whether you are in The Hamptons or in Hollywood.