Do Not Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Play!

If you enjoy having a a beer from time to time, leave your money at home if you plan to do your consuming in a casino. I’m serious. Empty your pocketbook, your billfold, and leave all cash, plastic credit and chequebooks back at the hotel. Pack only the money you intend to use on alcohol, tips and only the pocket change you expect to throw away and leave the rest behind.

Contemptuous? Not by any means. Realistic more like. You might experience a win after a boozy evening out with your friends and be lucky sufficiently to catch a long roll at a on fire craps game. Keep that story seeing that it is as short-lived as it gets if you regularly drink alcohol and gamble. These activities just don’t mix.

Leaving your moolah at home might be a tiny bit excessive, but defensive actions for excessive actions is a requirement. If you gamble to win, then don’t drink and gamble. If you are able to afford to toss aside your money nary a concern, then consume all the gratis alcohol you are able to handle, but don’t take credit cards and checks to toss into the mix of following squanderings after your befuddled self throws away all the cash!

Allow me to carry this 1 step further. Don’t consume alcohol and then hop on the net to bet in your preferred casino either. I enjoy a beverage from the comfort of my condo, but due to the fact that I am connected through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards near by, I can not drink and wager.

What’s the reason? Even though I do not consume alcohol to excess, when I drink alcohol, it’s clearly adequate to cloud my judgment. I wager, so I don’t consume alcohol when betting. If you are more of a drinker, do not bet at the same time. The two mix up for an awful, and costly, cocktail.

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