23 Nov 09

[ English ]

If you like to have a drink every so often, keep your money at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your purse, your money belt, and leave all cash, credit cards and checks back at the hotel. Only take only the money you anticipate to spend on drinks, tipping and only the pocket change you intend to burn and leave the rest behind.

Cynical? Not by any means. Just realistic. You can experience a profit after a inebriated evening out with your comrades and be blessed enough to catch a long toss at a on fire craps table. Keep that account considering that it is as short-lived as it gets if you continually consume alcohol and bet. The pair just do not go well together.

Leaving your moolah out of the casino is a little bit excessive, but preventative measures for drastic actions is required. If you wager to succeed, then don’t drink alcohol and gamble. If you can afford to throw aside your cash without a worry, then drink all the no charge alcohol you can handle, but do not carry plastic credit and chequebooks to throw into the mix of going after squanderings after your dead drunk head throws away everything!

Let me to carry this 1 step further. Don’t drink and then head online to wager in your preferred casino either. I enjoy a cocktail from the comfort of my apartment, however seeing that I’m hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards at my fingertips, I can not drink and gamble.

How come? Although I don’t drink to excess, when I drink alcohol, it’s certainly adequate to cloud my judgment. I bet, so I don’t drink alcohol when wagering. If you are a drinker, don’t wager when you do. When mixed, both create an awful, and expensive, cocktail.

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