Gambling has always been at the centre of entertainment for many people in many societies. Over the last 20 years people who have addiction to gambling has risen over 30% from the 1980’s where casinos were where people spent nights out and socialised. Nowadays people have access to casino games from the touch of their smart phones or mobile devices.
Bookies are always looking to make the gaming experience better for its users. Part of making it more exciting is maintain the element of risk to encourage the adrenaline that people get such a buzz off. However for many people the higher the risk the more put off people is to bet. Now bookmakers have introduced the option to cash out of I’ve bets before they finish. This gives people the ability to regain money back when they are looking at losing the bet, or alternatively if a bet is becoming very even in coming through, a cash out option, which will evaluate your current position in the bet and will offer you an amount of money to cash out and finish the bet there and then.
This can work in you favour or for the bookies. Many times the cash out option has saved a person from losing thousands of pounds of money. However this cash out is only available for in play sport bets and will not work with casinos. However there is rumour that William Hill casino are working on ways to try and incorporate the new cash out option for people playing in their games. The idea originated from poker and the ability to walk away from a table with what chips you have already won and accumulated.
The option for a player to settle for less than the potential for the full winnings of a bet is becoming the key dividing line between people who are greedy and people are happy for settle for a little bit less and not risk losing it all. For players looking to not lose as much when betting, the cash out option is providing a safer option to prevent people from losing big amounts of money and keep gambling and gaming the fun it should be.