Do Not Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble
January 10th, 2010 by Gina
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If you prefer to take a drink every so often, leave your money at home if you plan to do your drinking in a brick and mortar casino. I’m serious. Empty your billfold, your wallet, and keep all cash, credit cards and chequebooks at home. Take whatever money you are planning to spend on beverages, tipping and whatever pocket change you plan on loosing and keep the remainder behind.

Contemptuous? Not at all. Practical really. You might well discover a win after a boozy evening out with your buddies and be fortunate enough to catch a marathon roll at a smokin craps table. Hang on to that adventure because it’s as short-lived as it gets if you constantly drink and wager. The two just don’t mix.

Keeping your money at home is a little dramatic, however precautionary measures for drastic actions is proportionate and necessary. If you bet to succeed, then don’t drink and bet. If you can manage to toss away your money without a worry, then drink all the no charge booze your gut can hold, but do not take credit cards and checks to toss into the combination of going after losses after your inebriated brain throws away all the cash!

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