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The best part about playing at real money online casinos is that you can play online casino games anywhere and anytime. However, there are times you should definitely shy away from playing casino games, no matter how profitable they may be. Here are 5 places where you shouldn’t play online casino games.

Family Gatherings

For many people, family is the most important thing in the world. Even if you could care less about the latest family reunion or family dinner, you should still at least make it appear you’re interested. Sitting around on a phone playing craps or other casino games will make you look like a complete jerk. Also, it will probably damage your relationship with family members.

If you’re going to go to family functions, then be a part of the family. It’s only a part of one day and there will be plenty of time afterward to gamble online.

Work

There are some people that are bold enough to try and play casino games while they are at work. DON’T DO IT! There are several reasons for this. First, you are on your company’s time, not your own. Next, any activity that you do on a company computer is usually tracked. If there isn’t tracking software on your computer, you can rest assured that someone in IT is tracking your internet usage.

Online Casino Games at Work

About the only time that you should even consider playing casino games while at work is when you’re on your break. Even then, you should only use your mobile phone and your mobile connection. Never use company resources or internet to play casino games. You don’t want to risk your job for playing online slots.

Court

This may seem like a no-brainer, but people have gotten in trouble for playing computer games while in court. Even if you are not part of the proceedings, you don’t want to be playing games on your phone or tablet. First, it can be a distraction with the flashing lights or if you forget to mute the game.

Next, the judge at any point could find you in contempt of court. Contempt of court carries anywhere from a fine to jail time. It would be a bit silly to find yourself sitting in jail for the weekend because you wanted to play a little baccarat.

Funerals

Another place where it should be a no-brainer to avoid casino games is funerals. However, there are some people that are at a funeral because of someone else, and not because they are celebrating the deceased. This still doesn’t mean you should entertain yourself while others are grieving.

Casino Games Funeral

You probably shouldn’t be on a mobile device at all during a funeral unless it is absolutely necessary. Be respectful of the other people at the funeral. Take your time and give support or encouragement to others as necessary. You don’t want to be “that jerk” that was at the funeral and stayed on his phone the entire time. If you can’t keep off of your phone, it may be better to skip the funeral altogether.

In The Bedroom

For this one, we aren’t talking when you’re having intimate time with someone else. If we have to tell you that, then you have problems we can’t fix. Instead, we are referring to when you’re getting ready to go to sleep.

Playing online casino games can ramp up the adrenaline and keep you from falling to sleep. It is also proven that the blue light given off from mobile devices can impede one’s ability to go to sleep. We recommend ceasing all gaming activity at least an hour before going to bed so you can get a good night’s rest.

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James Guill

James Guill is a veteran of the gambling media industry. James started his career as a semi-professional poker player, traveling the US to play tournament poker. In 2008, he transitioned to the media side. Since that time, James has worked for many established brands, including PokerNews, OnGame, Bwin, CardPlayer Lifestyle, Poker Junkie, and Ivey Poker. He also wrote for PokerNews Australia and once had his work featured on G4’s Attack of the Show.

James has a wealth of gambling knowledge and can write on most topics. He also keeps an eye on the growing Bitcoin gambling market and is a HODLer of BTC and several top altcoins. Check out James’ Game of the Week feature, covering the latest and greatest online slot games. James is also a part-time picker, traveling around Virginia looking for deals to flip.

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James Guill is a veteran of the gambling media industry. James started his career as a semi-professional poker player, traveling the US to play tournament poker. In 2008, he transitioned to the media side. Since that time, James has worked for many established brands, including PokerNews, OnGame, Bwin, CardPlayer Lifestyle, Poker Junkie, and Ivey Poker. He also wrote for PokerNews Australia and once had his work featured on G4’s Attack of the Show.

James has a wealth of gambling knowledge and can write on most topics. He also keeps an eye on the growing Bitcoin gambling market and is a HODLer of BTC and several top altcoins. Check out James’ Game of the Week feature, covering the latest and greatest online slot games. James is also a part-time picker, traveling around Virginia looking for deals to flip.

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