Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Play!

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If you enjoy a beverage ever so often, keep your money out of the casino if you set out to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Clean out your purse, your money belt, and leave all cash, credit cards and checkbooks back at the hotel. Only take whatever money you intend to spend on drinks, tipping and whatever pocket change you expect to throw away and keep the rest behind.

Cynical? Not by any means. Realistic more like. You can experience a success after a boozy evening out with your acquaintances and be blessed sufficiently to hit a marathon toss at a on fire craps table. Keep that account considering that it is as short-lived as it gets if you always consume alcohol and bet. The two simply do not go well together.

Keeping your money out of the casino might be a little excessive, but precautionary actions for drastic behavior is required. If you wager to win, then don’t drink and play. If you can afford to blow your $$$$ nary a concern, then drink all the gratis alcohol your stomach can handle, but don’t pack credit cards and cheques to throw into the mix of following squanderings after your dead drunk head throws away all the cash!

Let me to take this 1 step more. Don’t consume alcohol and then hop on the net to wager in your best-liked casino either. I enjoy a beverage from the coziness of my domicile, but because I am hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have credit cards near by, I can’t consume alcohol and gamble.

Why? Despite the fact that I don’t consume alcohol a lot, once I consume alcohol, it’s absolutely adequate to cloud my common sense. I gamble, so I don’t drink when betting. If you are a drinker, don’t bet when you do. When mixed, both create a dangerous, and expensive, cocktail.

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