Many of the readers at casinos.ie will be returning from holiday at this time of year and thinking about returning to work and others will of course be looking forward to going and it is noticeable that most Irish casino players do not use their online casino account when they are abroad but then some will instead be tempted to go to a land based casino and try their luck. The more fortunate ones may find themselves on a cruise ship where the casino is an integral part of the ship offering casino slots and other casino games such as roulette or blackjack but if you are one of those be aware that the odds are not as good as at your regular online casino. For example most cruise ships offer only American roulette where there is a double zero which reduces your chances from one in 37 to one in 38 and the payouts on slots may be less than 90%. If you go to a land based casino in a foreign country the first thing to remember is to take your passport as without it you are likely to be refused entry and the second thing to watch for is the minimum stake at a table which will almost always be higher than at your regular online casino. If you do decide to take your computer on holiday with you, most good resorts will have wi-fi which will enable you to play at online casinos but be careful about making deposits as the wi-fi connection may be less secure than at home and you never know who is monitoring so it might be better to make your casino deposit at home before you go. Holiday time is good fun but you can still enjoy your online casino and you can even find one of the internet cafes and enjoy your online gambling.