Don’t Have an Alcoholic Beverage … Play!

If you like to have a drink every once in a while, leave your money out of the casino if you are going to do your drinking in a casino. I am serious. Clean out your pocketbook, your money belt, and leave all money, credit cards and checkbooks at home. Take whatever money you expect to spend on beverages, tipping and few dollars you anticipate to lose and leave the remainder behind.

Contemptuous? Not at all. Just realistic. You might have a profit after a inebriated night out with your compatriots and be lucky enough to hit a 25 minute roll at a on fire craps table. Keep that story considering that it’s as short-lived as it gets if you continually drink and bet. The two just do not mix.

Keeping your cash out of the casino might be a little bit excessive, but defensive measures for excessive actions is essential. If you wager to succeed, then don’t drink and gamble. If you can afford to burn your money without a concern, then consume all the gratuitous booze your stomach are able to handle, but don’t pack plastic credit and cheques to throw into the mix of going after losses after your dead drunk self throws away every little thing!

Let me to carry this one step further. Don’t drink and then head on the net to wager in your preferred online casino either. I enjoy a drink from the coziness of my apartment, but since I’m linked up through Neteller, Firepay and have credit cards in close proximity, I can’t consume alcohol and gamble.

Why? Despite the fact that I do not consume alcohol a lot, once I consume alcohol, it’s absolutely adequate to blur my common sense. I bet, so I do not consume alcohol when gambling. If you are a drinker, don’t gamble at the same time. When mixed, both create a dangerous, and expensive, drink.

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