Do Not Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

If you enjoy a beer every once in a while, keep your cash out of the casino if you set out to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Empty your handbag, your billfold, and keep all money, plastic credit and checkbooks back at the hotel. Only take only the cash you intend to spend on drinks, tips and whatever pocket change you expect to burn and keep the remainder behind.

Contemptuous? Not really. Realistic more like. You can have a win after a intoxicated evening out with your buddies and be lucky enough to catch a 25 minute toss at a smokin craps table. Hang on to that account because it’s as short-lived as it gets if you regularly drink alcohol and wager. The two just don’t go well together.

Keeping your moolah at home might be a little bit dramatic, but preventative measures for excessive behavior is a requirement. If you play to profit, then don’t drink alcohol and bet. If you like to toss away your money without a worry, then drink all the gratuitous beer you are able to handle, but don’t pack charge cards and cheques to throw into the mix of chasing squanderings after your hooched up self loses everything!

Permit me to take this one step further. Don’t drink alcohol and then head on the web to gamble in your preferred internet casino either. I love to beer from the coziness of my condo, but since I’m hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards in close proximity, I can’t drink alcohol and bet.

Why? Despite the fact that I do not drink alcohol to excess, once I consume alcohol, it’s absolutely adequate to cloud my judgment. I bet, so I do not consume alcohol when gambling. If you are a drinker, do not bet at the same time. Both make for a dangerous, and expensive, drink.

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