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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2015, 08:47:16 AM »
And one of my favorite advertisements ever is about the North.
(you can choose to see english subtitles)

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #16 on: June 20, 2015, 09:59:55 AM »
I live in the South part of Sweden, it is long Days, but for some shorter time the sun disappears, in the Northern part the sun is up 24 hours.

You living in  other parts of the World, has at the same Northen latitude  arctic climate, we have
some agriculture which is more North than South peak of Greenland (which is Stockholm latitude, in the South third of Sweden).

We celebrating midsummer last night. It is not the astronomical Midsummer, it is adopted to the modern World.  Moved to closest weekend.
 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #17 on: June 20, 2015, 04:49:50 PM »
Thanks to kav for bringing the water video and the snow video!
I am basicly dominated by what in Ayur veda is called "PITTA".  In short: Warm and disliking hot weather and the sun. A fine excuse for eating ice cream and enjoying the snow!

The casino in the Danish Capital Copenhagen has a rather strict dress code (To Jesper: "Vårdad klädsel"). Some years ago I sat at the touchbet roulette machine there. After some coffee drinking I had to go go the toilet. I placed my jacket on the chair to mark that that seat was occupied. I started to walk. Before I reached the toilet one from the staff complained that I was not properly dressed. I explained the situation to him. And he answered: "Well, but next time remember to keep your jacket on".
Other Casinos (like most Danes) are more relaxed.
 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #18 on: June 20, 2015, 05:16:11 PM »
At the roulette machines how much time do you have to bet?
Once I found two Euros inside such machine,forgotten obviously and I bet on red and won,after I parlay them and won again,I decide to parlay the eight Euros for a third time on red and won!)That's what I call money out of the blue!I was curious what would happen if I had bet for fourth parlay on red and it was black,so I was lucky not to bet anymore.
 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #19 on: June 20, 2015, 05:36:29 PM »
Thanks to kav for bringing the water video and the snow video!
I am basicly dominated by what in Ayur veda is called "PITTA".  In short: Warm and disliking hot weather and the sun. A fine excuse for eating ice cream and enjoying the snow!

The casino in the Danish Capital Copenhagen has a rather strict dress code (To Jesper: "Vårdad klädsel"). Some years ago I sat at the touchbet roulette machine there. After some coffee drinking I had to go go the toilet. I placed my jacket on the chair to mark that that seat was occupied. I started to walk. Before I reached the toilet one from the staff complained that I was not properly dressed. I explained the situation to him. And he answered: "Well, but next time remember to keep your jacket on".
Other Casinos (like most Danes) are more relaxed.

The dresscode in Copenhagen Casino, is very  contradict to the overall Danish style.
I do not like to be obligated to tip too.

I have been in Hamburg Casino dressed in shorts.
« Last Edit: June 20, 2015, 05:38:30 PM by Jesper »
 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #20 on: June 21, 2015, 08:27:58 AM »
At the roulette machines how much time do you have to bet?
Once I found two Euros inside such machine,forgotten obviously and I bet on red and won,after I parlay them and won again,I decide to parlay the eight Euros for a third time on red and won!)That's what I call money out of the blue!I was curious what would happen if I had bet for fourth parlay on red and it was black,so I was lucky not to bet anymore.

You ask how much time you have do bet at the roulette machines. TIME is still important for us (I keep repeating that even close to Mid summer). Where electric lights still struck like arrows there is NO TIME RESTRICTIONS that I know of (if the Casino is not closed, that is).
But we never know when to stop, do we?
HOW LITTLE DO YOU HAVE TO BET AT THE ROULETTE MACHINES?
Well, it differs from one casino to another! And there are different kind of machines. I once measured the outcomes from a SOCALLED roulette machine . Losses after losses! The casino maintained that it was random . WHAT A LIE! I got so angry that I wrot a letter to the editor in the local newspaper about this fraud. I can assure you that the Casino staff looked at me in a funny way the NEXT TIME I came.  I might as well have attended a slot machine. It was rather cheap to play there , but still......NO REAL WHEEL AND NO RANDOM OUTCOME.

I am not able to judge the outcomes from AIRBALL ROULETTE.  I have counted the number of spins per hour (Novomatic in Royal Scandinavian Casino, Aarhus, Denmark): Aproxx. 29.
The minimum bet seems to be similar to that at the table with dealers.  The minimum OUTSIDE BET
is AT LEAST FIVE TIMES AS EXPENSIVE AS THE MINIMUM INSIDE BET. So we have to calculate A BIT:  Should we bet of 18 numbers at the outside and get the advantage when Zero comes?
Or should we rather bet three doubkle streets (six lines)?

The smallest Casino in Denmark is in the pleasant city of AALBORG (in Northern Jutland).
There the TOUCHBET MACHINES (with spins from the real wheel with real dealers) is lined up.
There is a mirror behind the machines, so you can play and look at the other players there in a relaxed  and friendly atmosphere.
THE MINIMUM INSIDE  BET NOW  THERE AT THE MACHINES IS 5 (FIVE!) DANISH KRONER.
Less than one Euro!
BUT YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DOUBLE YOUR BETS THERE TOO MANY TIMES

 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #21 on: June 21, 2015, 08:54:50 AM »
I have played at a casino take all if zero fall for EC. They had 5 Euro minbet on EC, and 0.5 on inside.
Very few using outside bets. 3 DS for 1.5 was so common.

Before it was the same at Dublinbet.

I have been used to low minbet on line, the methods I use is not easy to use at most BM.
 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #22 on: June 21, 2015, 08:59:08 AM »
I live in the South part of Sweden, it is long Days, but for some shorter time the sun disappears, in the Northern part the sun is up 24 hours.

You living in  other parts of the World, has at the same Northen latitude  arctic climate, we have
some agriculture which is more North than South peak of Greenland (which is Stockholm latitude, in the South third of Sweden).

We celebrating midsummer last night. It is not the astronomical Midsummer, it is adopted to the modern World.  Moved to closest weekend.

HAPPY MIDSUMMER!

Yesterday I had a conversation with a  Danish woman ,who had been to the Island of ÅLAND when they celebrated midsummer. According to her  almost everything was closed for three days because of this celebration. She was amazed that the celebration even took place inside a church.
As far as we know, your celebration has to do with ancient rites. Dancing, flowers, more children!
Natural sun light is, to some extend, healthy. A Danish psychiatrist made some study  in which he treated depressed patients with light (close to the wavelenght of the light from the sun).
Some of us, however, are warm  "PITTA types" with sensitive skin.  We don´t like a warm climate.
And we might have a hot temper. And drinking alcohol may be as thowing gasoline into the FIRE!

The Danes are, in many respects, more destructive than the people of Sweden. Unlike you (and the Germans) we tend to be rather IRONIC.
And when we celebrate MID SUMMER, you should not take it to seriously. You see, WE BURN SOME WITCHES. 
                                         IS THE INQUISION COMING? Maybe not really!
The witches burning in the  Danish midsummer fire nowadays are - of course - a kind of dulls.

 

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #23 on: June 21, 2015, 09:09:29 AM »
All Christian holydays are mixed with pagan traditions!  The Church put Jean Baptist birthday on midsummer, and how about Chrismas, it is the opposite day.

We still have the pagan  name for Christmas JUL, that is something connected to drinking.

The midsommer pole which people dancing around is a phallos symbol!
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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #24 on: June 21, 2015, 09:28:03 AM »
Thanks to kav for bringing the water video and the snow video!
I am basicly dominated by what in Ayur veda is called "PITTA".  In short: Warm and disliking hot weather and the sun. A fine excuse for eating ice cream and enjoying the snow!

The casino in the Danish Capital Copenhagen has a rather strict dress code (To Jesper: "Vårdad klädsel"). Some years ago I sat at the touchbet roulette machine there. After some coffee drinking I had to go go the toilet. I placed my jacket on the chair to mark that that seat was occupied. I started to walk. Before I reached the toilet one from the staff complained that I was not properly dressed. I explained the situation to him. And he answered: "Well, but next time remember to keep your jacket on".
Other Casinos (like most Danes) are more relaxed.

The dresscode in Copenhagen Casino, is very  contradict to the overall Danish style.
I do not like to be obligated to tip too.

I have been in Hamburg Casino dressed in shorts.

Yes, Copenhagen Casino is strict in more ways. As they are taking your money. Some years ago there I noticed that they took a large fee if you wanted to have some Cash from your Card.
The city of HELSINGØR used to be a place for weathy Danes in old times. Today you may reach this town  quickly with a ferry from the Swedish Helsingborg. We have a casino there. And a Castle. 
With the Shakespearean story of Hamlet. To be or not to be!
I once visited Trelleborg (Southern Sweden) together with a firm I was working for. Instead of going back to Denmark  with my collegues by bus, I departed there in Trelleborg. From there I travelled with TT Line to Travemünde. Onboard there was one roulette table and one BlackJack table. But only one dealer!
So I was unable to play roulette there.
Instead I visited the famous Casino in Travemünde. It is gone now. Instead they have a kind of casino Club in Lübeck with piano and such things.  I prefer playing my own piano. Such as THERE IS AN OCEAN by Donovan ,  MUSIK SKA BYGGAS UTAV GLÄDJE and first and foremost Works of Johann Sebastian Bach!
In the middle of the night in a casino in Hamburg some of my placed jetons mysteriously vanished and disappeared. Behind me was a group of men from Japan. I dared not to accuse them for stealing.
The advantage of colour chips is that you avoid such crimes. And you avoid "STREITSÄTZE":
"Hey, that´s mine"!
The second largest city of Denmark is ÅRHUS (Aarhus). The Casino is situated opposite the main church. An artist (Krull)  made the sculptures outside the entrance of Royal Scandinavian Casino:
Figures both humans and like some animals.  I don´t know it for sure, but the artist may have known the biblical Words of 666 (The number of the beast and the number of a man too.

Of course readers of this forum know the sum of all roulette numbers: 666

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #25 on: June 21, 2015, 09:58:50 AM »
All Christian holydays are mixed with pagan traditions!  The Church put Jean Baptist birthday on midsummer, and how about Chrismas, it is the opposite day.

We still have the pagan  name for Christmas JUL, that is something connected to drinking.

The midsommer pole which people dancing around is a phallos symbol!

I know!  It might be more positive than burning people to death.
The Danish word for Christmas is JUL too. Some people maintained that this Word came from "HJUL"
(Wheel). The origin of "jul" may be another one
The Swedish word for Christmas gift: JULKLAPP.
In the Danish language "KLAP" means padding or slapping. And I saw an old Danish cartoon drawing
picturing and old man hitting a pretty young blonde woman (dressed in a sexy X-mas way)  from behind. Jul-klapp!
Such cartoon drawings might not be tolerated in Sweden today!

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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #26 on: March 24, 2016, 05:37:33 AM »
@ Jesper,
Have you ever been at Stockholm casino?
If yes,how is your impressions?
I've only been at Oslo from Scandinavian countries and there gambling is forbidden,they don't have any BM casinos only one within a ship which departs from Oslo for Copenhagen once or twice a week.
At Copenhagen they do have casinos but never been there.

I live in Stockholm. Stockholm has one very large Casino that is very beautiful. Its name is Casino Cosmopol and is owned by the Swedish Government. The Swedish Government is the guarantor of all wins to all gamblers. If you , like a recent roulette gambler, to mention one example, won 1,200,000 SEK (110,000 euros) on the roulette, on one single evening, the casino simply send you to the cashier who transfer the amount to your personal bankaccount, or, if the wins are below a casino cash limit, pays out in cash, no questions asked. There is no harassement or methods to make the life of gamblers at the Casino difficult should they start winning too much.

Very few Casinos in Europe can match this.

I highly recomend this Casino to serious gamblers who want to play a good game and enjoy themselves while in Stockholm.

https://www.casinocosmopol.se/stockholm

regards

Thomas
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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #27 on: June 14, 2016, 01:56:09 PM »
I know that Scandinavian oline casino regulations were liberalized in 2013 and since then the gaming market has shown great results. The only problem is that IGaming services are still legally provided by state-owned organizations. Sweden is reported to be the first country, that will open its online gambling market to the foreign operators, but we'll see...
 
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Re: Casinos of North Europe
« Reply #28 on: June 14, 2016, 02:47:56 PM »
I know that Scandinavian oline casino regulations were liberalized in 2013 and since then the gaming market has shown great results. The only problem is that IGaming services are still legally provided by state-owned organizations. Sweden is reported to be the first country, that will open its online gambling market to the foreign operators, but we'll see...

We can play on line, no restrictions at all. I can play in the US or Russia via net. The overseas casino can not have BM here, but they can reach the market on line.
 
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« Reply #29 on: June 20, 2016, 11:21:47 AM »
Cosmopol Casino is the best in Stockholm, hands down
 
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