Don’t Drink … Gamble!

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If you like to take a beer from time to time, leave your cash at home if you set out to do your consuming in a casino. I am serious. Leave your evening bag, your wallet, and leave all money, charge cards and cheques back at the hotel. Only take whatever money you intend to use on drinks, tipping and whatever pocket change you anticipate to throw away and keep the rest behind.

Cynical? Not really. Realistic more like. You can have a success following a inebriated night out with your compatriots and be blessed sufficiently to hook a marathon toss at a hot craps table. Don’t forget that adventure because it’s as short-lived as it gets if you continuously drink and wager. The two simply don’t go well together.

Keeping your cash back at the hotel is a bit drastic, but defensive actions for drastic behaviour is compulsory. If you bet to win, then don’t drink and bet. If you like to be wasteful with your money nary a concern, then consume all the complimentary booze you can handle, but don’t take plastic credit and cheques to toss into the mix of going after losses after your dead drunk self squanders everything!

Let me to carry this one step more. do not consume alcohol and then hop on the web to wager in your preferred casino either. I love to cocktail from the coziness of my abode, but considering that I’m connected through Neteller, Firepay and keep plastic credit near by, I can’t drink and gamble.

Why? Despite the fact that I don’t drink alcohol a lot, when I consume alcohol, it is absolutely sufficient to cloud my common sense. I bet, so I don’t consume alcohol when gambling. If you are more of a drinker, do not wager when you do. When mixed, both create a awful, and expensive, drink.

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