Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

If you enjoy a cocktail occasionally, leave your money out of the casino if you plan to do your drinking in a casino. I’m serious. Leave your pocketbook, your billfold, and keep all money, plastic credit and cheques out of the casino. Only take only the cash you intend to use on beverages, tipping and whatever pocket change you intend to squander and leave the remainder behind.

Pessimistic? Not at all. Realistic more like. You might have a success after a intoxicated evening out with your comrades and be blessed sufficiently to hook a long toss at a hot craps table. Hang on to that account considering that it’s as brief as it gets if you continually consume alcohol and bet. These activities just don’t mix.

Leaving your moola out of the casino might be a bit excessive, but precautionary measures for dramatic actions is a requirement. If you bet to succeed, then do not consume alcohol and play. If you like to burn your assets nary a concern, then drink all the complimentary alcohol your stomach are able to handle, but do not take plastic credit and checks to toss into the mix of going after squanderings after your hooched up brain squanders everything!

Allow me to carry this a single step more. Don’t consume alcohol and then jump online to bet in your best-liked online casino either. I enjoy a beer from the coziness of my condo, but because I’m hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have plastic credit in close proximity, I can not drink and bet.

What’s the reason? Although I do not consume alcohol a lot, when I consume alcohol, it’s certainly adequate to cloud my common sense. I gamble, so I don’t consume alcohol when gambling. If you are more of a drinker, do not bet at the same time. Both make for a dangerous, and crazy, cocktail.

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