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So on Friday night some friends and I went to Ceasar's Palace Indiana, minutes from Louisville KY. I had never been on a Casino boat before, and I have to say it was a lot of fun. After wandering for a while we watched a roulette table for about a half hour. I finally opened my wallet and spent $40 on chips. I played the outside thirds, and after about 40 minutes I had $195!!!! What a great night! I told myself to stop while I was ahead and cash out.

On another note, I saw a lot of people throwing their money away. Kinda sad.

There are a couple Casinos on the river in Lawrenceburg IN, minutes from Cincinnati. I plan on going to play, with my $40 spending limit.
 

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My friends go lose money at tables. I sit at the bar playing video poker/blackjack on $20 for hours and score free drinks the whole time.
 

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76Datsun, that's interesting. I'm not a constant visitor by any means, last time was prob 10 yrs ago or more, but the only time I lost money at Blackjack was on a digital machine. When I play real humans, I always win. Not a lot granted, start with say $60.00 and leave with $120.00-140.00, but hey, I got a few hrs entertainment and free drinks on the house and left with more than I walked in with. Can you go to a movie and get double your money back? Not bad for a night's work.
 

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its called gambling for a reason, i set a limit and stick w/ it ,,,ie; go in w/ 250 and leave w/ 250 at a minimum//ive been up thousands b4 still left w/ same amount in pocket and had a great time.----20 yrs ago went to a reds game and hung out for the weekend ,did some riverboat gambling ,caught a concert on the waterfront was a blast
 

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76Datsun, that's interesting. I'm not a constant visitor by any means, last time was prob 10 yrs ago or more, but the only time I lost money at Blackjack was on a digital machine. When I play real humans, I always win. Not a lot granted, start with say $60.00 and leave with $120.00-140.00, but hey, I got a few hrs entertainment and free drinks on the house and left with more than I walked in with. Can you go to a movie and get double your money back? Not bad for a night's work.
Not bad at all! I've never had that kind of luck at a table, except for one night playing 3 card poker. After that, I said "I'm out" when it comes to gambling, pretty much.
 

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Hey. We live in the 21st century, I believe that work on the Internet comes to the fore. But you can work in different ways. For example, I bet on sports and play in online casinos. If you approach this wisely, analyze the competitions for which you are betting. You can make good money on it. I’ll leave you a link BEST BOOKMAKERS BY WELCOME BONUS, here you can see the leading casinos in the market. Good luck.
 

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Well, we're in a 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house w/ 3 vehicles between us, and my wife graduated with her PhD this past May, so I think I can safely assume I can bypass the moving boxes & brooms sections at HomeDepot when shopping for items. For those who have a border-line gambling addiction, please be smart and stay away if this is something you can't afford to indulge.
I've never dropped more than $80.00 in a night and came home with double. I lost once to a computer, and that tells me it was rigged in the house's favour ( so which ones aren't, right ? ), and I cashed out at $80.00 and called it a nite. It was fun regardless, hung out w/ some co-workers from Corporate and eyeballed the local talent all nite ( this was many yrs ago and I was single then ).
 
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