Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

by Turner on February 6th, 2010

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If you like to have a beer ever so often, leave your money out of the casino if you set out to do your consuming in a casino. I am serious. Clean out your pocketbook, your wallet, and leave all money, charge cards and checks at home. Only take whatever money you expect to spend on alcohol, tipping and whatever pocket change you anticipate to lose and leave the rest behind.

Pessimistic? Not at all. Realistic more like. You might have a profit following a intoxicated night out with your acquaintances and be lucky sufficiently to hit a 25 minute roll at a smokin craps table. Hang on to that account because it’s as brief as it gets if you continuously drink and wager. The pair just don’t go well together.

Leaving your money out of the casino might be a bit dramatic, but defensive actions for dramatic behavior is a requirement. If you gamble to win, then do not drink alcohol and bet. If you can afford to throw away your assets nary a worry, then drink all the no charge beer you can handle, but do not pack charge cards and checks to toss into the mix of following squanderings after your hooched up brain throws away every little thing!

Permit me to take this 1 step further. Don’t drink alcohol and then hop on the web to bet in your preferred internet casino either. I enjoy a beverage from the comfort of my apartment, however due to the fact that I am linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have charge cards near by, I can not consume alcohol and bet.

What’s the reason? Although I do not drink alcohol to excess, once I drink alcohol, it’s definitely enough to cloud my common sense. I gamble, so I do not drink when gambling. If you are a drinker, do not wager at the same time. Both make for an awful, and expensive, cocktail.

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