Concurrence exists on every level of life, ever since humanity started to leave its footprints in the sand of history. As one came up with an idea that worked and brought some kind of income, the other already tried to steal the idea and upgrade it somehow in order to make a take over.
This is an ongoing affair even today. A considerable difference is that most original ideas are turned into virtual ones, knowing what a good place cyberspace is. Youngsters play football on the computer instead of kicking the ball on the grass of a sports-ground or playing-field. Sports, community activities and other classic actions are slowly replaced by the world of the internet, the ‘source of all evil’. The internet gives place to absolutely everything, without selecting, without censoring or rejecting. It is far more accessible than anything else, which is the number-one advantage when it comes to comparing real things with virtually existent ones, available online.
The world of entertainment is also collapsing, being turned into an internet-based service. People stop going to the theatre, to the cinema because they can find the same movies on the internet, download them and watch them at home. People stop searching the company of others for a good game, for a night of parlor games, because they can play these games at internet casinos or websites providing them. However, I have to ask, are online casinos better? If they are, how are they better?
There are several aspects to the world of gambling, but the most important one is called ‘cash’. Casino owners obviously want their business to flourish by bringing them great amounts of money. Players naturally want to win as much as possible to enjoy the money casino games can provide. The two things can hardly be achieved at the same time -except in the case of when the more one plays the more money he or she brings to the casino, no matter how much they win.
Another aspect (that is also about money) is the expenses land-based and online casinos have to cover. Land-based casinos have to spend on electricity, heating, food, drinks and comps, besides the whole equipment (tables, furniture, slot machines, accessories to every game, security system and so on), not to mention the salaries of the staff. In comparison, online casinos have no such consumables and services to pay for. They have to cover a few fees, but they can spend the rest on graphics, special effects, bonuses and payouts. These bonuses cannot be compared with the comps land-based casinos can afford to offer, materially speaking.
It is up to you to choose. It depends on what you are looking for, as you have access to both kinds of casinos. You just have to make up your mind.