Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

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If you like to have a cocktail ever so often, keep your cash at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Leave your pocketbook, your wallet, and keep all cash, charge cards and cheques back at the hotel. Grab whatever cash you anticipate to spend on beverages, tipping and only the pocket change you intend to burn and keep the remainder behind.

Pessimistic? Not by any means. Realistic more like. You may well experience a success after a inebriated night out with your friends and be blessed sufficiently to hit a marathon toss at a on fire craps table. Hang on to that story because it is as brief as it gets if you continually drink and gamble. The two just don’t mix.

Leaving your money at home is a tiny bit drastic, but preventative actions for excessive actions is required. If you gamble to win, then do not consume alcohol and play. If you can afford to blow your cash without a concern, then consume all the complimentary beer you are able to handle, but do not carry credit cards and chequebooks to throw into the mix of chasing losses after your inebriated head squanders all the cash!

Allow me to take this one step more. Don’t drink and then hop on the web to wager in your favorite casino either. I love to drink from the coziness of my condo, but because I am hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and keep credit cards at my fingertips, I can’t drink alcohol and gamble.

Why? Despite the fact that I don’t drink alcohol to excess, once I drink, it is certainly adequate to befuddle my better judgment. I bet, so I don’t drink when gambling. If you are more of a drinker, do not wager when you do. The two mix up for an awful, and costly, cocktail.

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