9 Dec 09

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If you like to have a beverage ever so often, keep your money out of the casino if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your handbag, your billfold, and keep all money, plastic credit and chequebooks back at the hotel. Only take whatever cash you expect to use on refreshments, tipping and only the pocket change you expect to throw away and leave the rest behind.

Cynical? Absolutely not. Realistic more like. You can have a win after a boozy night out with your compatriots and be blessed enough to hook a marathon roll at a hot craps game. Don’t forget that account considering that it is as brief as it gets if you regularly drink and bet. The two just do not go well together.

Keeping your money at home is a bit excessive, but precautionary measures for excessive actions is compulsory. If you gamble to succeed, then do not consume alcohol and gamble. If you are able to afford to toss away your assets without a concern, then consume all the gratis alcohol you are able to handle, but do not carry credit cards and checkbooks to throw into the mix of following losses after your befuddled self throws away all the cash!

Allow me to carry this a single step further. Don’t consume alcohol and then head on the web to play in your preferred online casino either. I love to beer from the comfort of my abode, however seeing that I am linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards in close proximity, I can’t consume alcohol and bet.

Why? Although I don’t consume alcohol a lot, once I consume alcohol, it is clearly adequate to cloud my better judgment. I gamble, so I don’t consume alcohol when wagering. If you are more of a drinker, don’t wager when you do. When mixed, both create a dangerous, and costly, drink.

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