Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

June 14th, 2009 by Keon Leave a reply »
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If you like to take a cocktail every so often, leave your cash out of the casino if you set out to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Empty your handbag, your money belt, and keep all cash, plastic credit and checks out of the casino. Pack only the money you intend to spend on refreshments, tips and few dollars you anticipate to throw away and leave the rest behind.

Contemptuous? Not at all. Just realistic. You can have a profit following a inebriated night out with your friends and be lucky sufficiently to hook a long roll at a on fire craps game. Keep that story considering that it’s as brief as it gets if you always drink alcohol and bet. The pair just don’t mix.

Leaving your moolah out of the casino might be a tiny bit dramatic, but defensive actions for excessive actions is compulsory. If you play to profit, then don’t drink alcohol and play. If you like to blow your cash without a worry, then consume all the complimentary beer you are able to handle, but do not carry charge cards and cheques to throw into the mix of going after losses after your bombed head squanders every little thing!

Allow me to carry this 1 step more. do not consume alcohol and then hop on the web to play in your favourite casino either. I love to cocktail from the comfort of my house, however because I am linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have plastic credit in close proximity, I can’t drink and bet.

What’s the reason? Even though I do not consume alcohol to excess, when I drink alcohol, it’s definitely enough to cloud my better judgment. I wager, so I do not drink alcohol when gambling. If you are a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. Both make for a ferocious, and costly, drink.


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