Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Play!

If you enjoy a cocktail every so often, keep your money at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Leave your pocketbook, your wallet, and leave all cash, credit cards and checkbooks at home. Only take only the money you intend to use on beverages, tipping and few dollars you intend to burn and leave the rest behind.

Cynical? Not by any means. Realistic more like. You may well have a success following a drunken evening out with your compatriots and be blessed enough to hit a marathon toss at a on fire craps table. Hang on to that story seeing that it’s as short-lived as it gets if you consistently drink alcohol and gamble. The two simply do not go well together.

Keeping your moola out of the casino might be a little bit excessive, but defensive measures for dramatic behavior is necessary. If you bet to succeed, then do not drink alcohol and play. If you like to be wasteful with your assets nary a concern, then consume all the gratis booze your stomach can handle, but don’t take credit cards and checks to throw into the mix of following losses after your inebriated head loses every little thing!

Allow me to carry this a single step more. do not consume alcohol and then head on to the internet to wager in your favorite casino either. I love to beer from the coziness of my home, however since I am hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and keep charge cards in close proximity, I can not drink and bet.

What’s the reason? Although I do not consume alcohol a lot, once I drink, it is certainly sufficient to blur my judgment. I wager, so I don’t drink when wagering. If you are a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. When mixed, both create a dangerous, and expensive, drink.

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