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Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Watch Reviews Costly Gambling Mistakes To Avoid

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Watch Reviews ways to make the most of your gambling vacation. When at a casino vacation destination gambling is serious business and here are 10 serious and costly mistakes to avoid.Let’s face it - the casino house has an edge on all their games. With this in mind, Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Watch is here to help you increase you odds of winning while on a casino vacation by showing you some gambling mistakes you should avoid. Caribbean Cruise Line Reviews gambling vacation destinations, but is also interested in helping you avoid costly gambling mistakes and travel scams.

1. Drinking and Gambling

As with drinking and driving, drinking and gambling is a big no-no. Drinking alcohol lowers inhibitions which can cause you to make some bad decisions changing your odds of winning at a casino.

2. Gambling too Long

Gambling is a numbers game and the longer you play the more the odds that favor the house come into play. Marathon gambling sessions are a sure way to lose money.

3. Lacking Familiarity with the Games you Play

If you want to increase your odds of winning while on your casino vacation, be sure you know how to play the games you are gambling on. Watch how others play and if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask the dealer to explain.

4. Not signing up for a Players Card

Every casino and gambling destination has a Players Card which is the only way a casino can track your play so you can earn comps. When you fail to sign up for the Players Card and use it, basically you are giving away free money.

5. Not Planning your Outing

Always set a budget before heading out to the casino to gamble and stick to it. Far too many players simply go to the casino with a fist full of money and jump from table to table and machine to machine with no clue of just how much money they are going through.

6. Playing With Borrowed Money

The number one rule of gambling is never to bet more than you can afford to lose. You should also never gamble with borrowed money or by taking a cash advance on your credit card at the casino. Leave the credit cards in your room.

Caribbean Cruise Line Reviews are here to assist you with planning your next gambling vacation getaway. Caribbean Cruise Line Scam watch is here to help you avoid tourist scams and other problems associated with casino vacation destinations. Also remember a Caribbean Cruise Line Free Cruise could be yours today if you win big, or check out our website.

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