Don’t Drink … Play!

September 9th, 2020 by Isabel Leave a reply »
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If you enjoy having a a beverage every now and then, leave your money at home if you plan to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your pocketbook, your wallet, and keep all cash, credit cards and checkbooks back at the hotel. Pack whatever cash you expect to spend on refreshments, tips and few dollars you intend to throw away and leave the rest behind.

Pessimistic? Not really. Just realistic. You could experience a profit following a drunken evening out with your friends and be lucky enough to hit a 25 minute roll at a smokin craps table. Hang on to that adventure seeing that it’s as short-lived as it gets if you continually consume alcohol and wager. The pair just do not go well together.

Leaving your money at home might be a bit excessive, but preventative actions for excessive behavior is compulsory. If you gamble to win, then do not drink and gamble. If you are able to afford to blow your $$$$ without a worry, then consume all the gratuitous alcohol you are able to handle, but do not carry charge cards and checks to throw into the mix of following squanderings after your dead drunk head loses all the cash!

Let me to take this a single step further. Don’t consume alcohol and then go on the net to gamble in your preferred casino either. I love to beer from the comfort of my condominium, but since I am linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have credit cards in close proximity, I can not drink alcohol and gamble.

How come? Although I do not drink to excess, when I drink, it is certainly sufficient to cloud my judgment. I wager, so I don’t consume alcohol when wagering. If you are more of a drinker, do not wager when you do. When mixed, both create an awful, and expensive, drink.


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