Don’t Drink … Gamble!

If you enjoy a cocktail every once in a while, keep your cash at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your evening bag, your billfold, and keep all cash, plastic credit and chequebooks back at the hotel. Take only the cash you anticipate to spend on beverages, tips and only the pocket change you anticipate to squander and keep the remainder behind.

Cynical? Not by any means. Realistic more like. You might experience a win following a inebriated evening out with your compatriots and be blessed sufficiently to hit a marathon toss at a hot craps table. Hang on to that account because it is as short-lived as it gets if you regularly drink alcohol and bet. These activities just don’t go well together.

Leaving your money back at the hotel is a tiny bit excessive, but defensive measures for drastic behavior is necessary. If you wager to win, then do not consume alcohol and gamble. If you can afford to burn your cash nary a concern, then drink all the no charge booze your stomach can handle, but do not carry charge cards and chequebooks to throw into the mix of following losses after your inebriated head loses all the cash!

Permit me to carry this one step more. Don’t drink alcohol and then jump on the net to bet in your preferred casino either. I love to cocktail from the comfort of my abode, however seeing that I’m connected through Neteller, Firepay and keep credit cards in close proximity, I can’t drink and bet.

What’s the reason? Although I don’t consume alcohol to excess, when I drink alcohol, it is clearly sufficient to cloud my common sense. I bet, so I do not drink alcohol when gambling. If you are more of a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. Both create an awful, and expensive, drink.

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