10 Sep 09

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If you enjoy taking a a cocktail every once in a while, leave your money out of the casino if you plan to do your consuming in a casino. I am serious. Leave your pocketbook, your money belt, and leave all cash, credit cards and chequebooks at home. Take whatever cash you intend to use on drinks, tipping and few dollars you intend to throw away and keep the rest behind.

Cynical? Absolutely not. Realistic more like. You might have a profit following a boozy night out with your acquaintances and be blessed enough to catch a marathon toss at a hot craps table. Don’t forget that account because it is as short-lived as it gets if you regularly drink and wager. The two simply don’t mix.

Leaving your moola at home is a bit drastic, but preventative measures for excessive actions is essential. If you play to win, then do not drink alcohol and bet. If you can afford to be wasteful with your money without a concern, then drink all the gratuitous booze you are able to handle, but do not take credit cards and chequebooks to toss into the mix of going after squanderings after your befuddled brain throws away all the cash!

Let me to take this 1 step further. do not drink and then jump online to play in your preferred internet casino either. I enjoy a beer from the coziness of my home, however seeing that I am hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards at my fingertips, I can’t drink alcohol and wager.

What’s the reason? Even though I do not drink alcohol a lot, once I consume alcohol, it is absolutely sufficient to blur my better judgment. I wager, so I don’t drink alcohol when betting. If you are more of a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. Both create a dangerous, and expensive, drink.

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