Do Not Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Gamble!

If you like to have a beer every once in a while, keep your cash out of the casino if you set out to do your consuming in a casino. I’m serious. Clean out your handbag, your money belt, and keep all money, credit cards and cheques at home. Only take whatever cash you expect to use on alcohol, tips and whatever pocket change you intend to squander and leave the rest behind.

Contemptuous? Not at all. Just realistic. You might experience a profit after a intoxicated evening out with your friends and be lucky enough to catch a 25 minute roll at a smokin craps game. Keep that adventure considering that it’s as brief as it gets if you consistently drink and gamble. The pair just don’t mix.

Leaving your moola at home might be a little bit dramatic, but preventative actions for dramatic behavior is essential. If you wager to profit, then don’t drink and play. If you are able to afford to burn your assets nary a concern, then drink all the complimentary beer you can handle, but don’t take plastic credit and chequebooks to toss into the mix of chasing losses after your drunk as a skunk brain loses all the cash!

Allow me to take this a single step more. Don’t consume alcohol and then hop on the internet to bet in your preferred casino either. I love to cocktail from the comfort of my domicile, but considering that I’m hooked up through Neteller, Firepay and have credit cards in close proximity, I can’t drink and wager.

How come? Although I don’t drink alcohol a lot, once I drink alcohol, it is absolutely sufficient to blur my common sense. I gamble, so I do not drink when betting. If you are more of a drinker, do not gamble at the same time. Both create an awful, and expensive, drink.

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