Don’t Drink … Play!

by Nathaniel on January 1st, 2020

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If you like to have a cocktail from time to time, leave your money at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Empty your pocketbook, your billfold, and leave all money, charge cards and checkbooks out of the casino. Only take only the money you intend to spend on refreshments, tips and few dollars you intend to throw away and keep the rest behind.

Pessimistic? Not at all. Realistic more like. You can experience a win after a intoxicated night out with your acquaintances and be blessed sufficiently to hook a long toss at a on fire craps game. Don’t forget that account because it is as brief as it gets if you always drink and gamble. The two just don’t mix.

Leaving your moola back at the hotel might be a little bit drastic, but preventative actions for drastic actions is essential. If you bet to win, then don’t consume alcohol and bet. If you are able to afford to be wasteful with your $$$$ nary a concern, then drink all the gratuitous alcohol your stomach are able to handle, but don’t carry credit cards and chequebooks to throw into the mix of chasing squanderings after your dead drunk self squanders every little thing!

Permit me to carry this 1 step further. do not consume alcohol and then jump on to the internet to bet in your best-liked casino either. I love to beverage from the coziness of my apartment, but due to the fact that I’m linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards in close proximity, I can not drink and bet.

Why? Despite the fact that I don’t drink to excess, when I drink, it is absolutely enough to befuddle my better judgment. I gamble, so I do not drink when gambling. If you are more of a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. Both create a dangerous, and costly, cocktail.

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