Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Play!

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If you like to have a beer every once in a while, keep your money at home if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your pocketbook, your money belt, and leave all money, credit cards and cheques at home. Take only the money you intend to use on drinks, tips and whatever pocket change you intend to lose and keep the remainder behind.

Contemptuous? Absolutely not. Realistic more like. You could have a profit following a boozy evening out with your buddies and be blessed enough to hit a marathon roll at a smokin craps table. Don’t forget that story considering that it’s as brief as it gets if you regularly consume alcohol and wager. The two just don’t go well together.

Keeping your moolah out of the casino might be a bit drastic, but precautionary actions for dramatic behavior is required. If you gamble to succeed, then do not drink alcohol and play. If you like to blow your money without a concern, then drink all the gratuitous alcohol you can handle, but do not carry credit cards and chequebooks to throw into the mix of following squanderings after your bombed brain loses all the cash!

Let me to take this a single step more. do not consume alcohol and then go on the internet to bet in your preferred internet casino either. I enjoy a beer from the coziness of my condo, however considering that I am hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and keep charge cards in close proximity, I can’t drink and gamble.

Why? Although I don’t drink a lot, once I consume alcohol, it’s clearly adequate to cloud my better judgment. I gamble, so I don’t drink when wagering. If you are more of a drinker, don’t wager at the same time. The two mix up for a dangerous, and costly, drink.

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