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How can you resist? You can’t, so set aside this Wednesday night for FOX’s special, “Celebrity Boxing” featuring a “Partridge Family” alumnus against one of the “Brady Bunch”, Tonya Harding, Queen of the Ice Scandals, vs Paula Jones, member of the Clinton Accuser Posse, and washed up rapper Vanilla Ice vs a Mystery Opponent. And if that’s not special enough, Intertops.com is offering odds on all the bouts. Realizing the immense appeal of such match ups, Intertops quickly created several betting options for the online gambler.

In the battle of the former sitcom child stars, The Partridge Family’s Danny Bonaduce faces Brady Bunch’s Barry Williams with Bonaduce the favorite at 2/5. Williams’ chances are currently listed at 7/4. In the match of the scandal queens, the notorious Tonya Harding is the 1/5 favorite with Paula Jones at 3/1. And despite not knowing who Vanilla Ice will fight, Intertops picks the Mystery Opponent to win with odds at 7/20. How embarrassing is that?

Intertops chief bet manager, Michael Marz says he’s offering these betting options because the bouts are all legitimate matches and “putting former celebrities in a ring together to trade punches makes for one of the most entertaining specials to ever air on television.”

Entertaining indeed. As long as someone checks Tonya Harding’s gloves before the match and the referee doesn’t let Vanilla Ice dance around too much.

“Celebrity Boxing” airs Wednesday, March 13, at 9pm EST on FOX.

Hey Max, Can I go to jail for gambling online? – Judd

Short Answer: You’re more likely to win the lottery.

Details: Only one American has ever gone to jail over criminal charges relating to Internet gambling. That unlucky fellow is Jay Cohen, owner of the World Sports Exchange online sportsbook.

In March 28, 2000 Cohen was convicted in a New York federal court for one count of conspiracy and seven counts of violating the Interstate Wire Act of 1961. Cohen was sentenced to 21 months in prison, two years of supervised release, a special assessment of $800, and a fine of $5,000. He is currently free on bond.

Keep in mind, though, that Cohen was the OWNER of the sportsbook – a bookie – and not a PLAYER. To my knowledge, no player has ever faced charges for gambling online. You can read more about Cohen’s plight here.

Hey Max, What’s better, Java or Flash?

Short Answer: They’re both good.

Details: Back in the old days (circa 1998), you had to download a program application if you wanted to gamble at an online casino. But Situs Judi Slot Online Terpercaya casino operators soon discovered that some people didn’t like waiting to download a big file, and others weren’t comfortable installing the software on their computers.

So the operators developed “instant-play” casinos using Java and Flash technology. I’ve gambled at both Java and Flash casinos and, frankly, don’t see a whole lot of difference — except that Flash graphics tend to look a little slicker, especially on slots.

The Java games at The Sands, Black Dog Casino and Mango Casino are excellent. So are the Flash games at RiverBelle and Colosseum Casino. Take your pick.

Call me old school, but I still prefer downloadable casino applications to Java or Flash. The games seem to run smoother and play faster.

Hey Max, A casino asked me to fax them my driver’s license before they would pay me. Why?

Short Answer: To protect against fraud.

Details: It’s not that unusual for online casinos to ask you to fax in identification before they will cash you out. Some do it to protect against fraud; the documentation lets them cross-check your name and address against your casino registration. Other less-reputable casinos use it as a stall tactic. They hope you will not want to go through the hassle and say, “forget it, i’ll just keep gambling,” then lose the money back. I try to avoid casinos with this cash-out policy.

Hey Max, I have problems registering Microgaming casinos. Help!

Short Answer: Check your Internet connection.

Details: Kelly at Microgaming offers this advice: “The player needs to be connected to the Internet when they are trying to register. To check this, the player should go to the Web site from their Web browser. If the site displays correctly then it is unlikely they have a connection problem.”

If all else fails, contact Technical Support for the specific casino you are trying to install.

Hey Max, Which online casinos accept American Express? – Mike

Short Answer: None.

Details: American Express doesn’t like their cards being used for gambling transactions, and I don’t know of one reputable online casino that accepts American Express.

Credit card rejections have been creating headaches for players and casino operators alike lately. Here’s an article on the topic.

Hey Max, Can I bet on the Olympics? – Cindy

Short Answer: If you wish.

Details: Most offshore sportsbooks are accepting bets on the Winter Olympics. For example, The Big Book lists Germany as the favorite to win the most medals. Canada is a 3/2 favorite to win men’s hockey gold. You can find links to offshore sportsbooks in our sports section.

Hey Max, Should I take “even money” when I have Blackjack and the dealer shows an ace? – T.K.

Short Answer: No.

Details: In taking even money you are simply accepting the insurance side bet. This means you bet half your original wager and get paid 2 to 1 if the dealer has Blackjack. Whether the dealer has Blackjack or not, the net effect of placing the bet is that you get paid even money.

However, you will win more than even money over the long haul if you don’t take the insurance side bet.

In a 52 card deck, there are 16 ten-count cards (10, J, Q, K) and 36 non-10 cards. The dealer will hit blackjack whenever a ten-count card is drawn.

Let’s assume you are playing a $2 table. The insurance bet is half of $2, or $1. 36 times out of 52 you will lose your insurance bet for a total loss of $36. 16 times you will win the bet, and since it pays 2 to 1, you will have a total win of $32.

$32 minus $36 gives a net loss of $4, or a house edge of about 8%. That makes even money a bad bet.