Be smart, play smart, and learn how to play craps the right way! Blackjack and craps are my two favorite games, and when we’re done playing the game, my husband and I always spend time thinking about our next move. How is this?! The game doesn’t even make any sense, and I have no idea how to play the game.
Well, we finally found a place that we enjoy making money. It’s called Grand Champion Casino. If you live in the state of Texas, then you’ve been in a world of trouble. Tuscany Las Vegas is a little off the beaten track, but it’s pretty good where we are. If you’re going to bet on the game, we recommend the Texas portion of the room. Sometimes we all end up at the same table, otherwise we go to another town over. It’s crazy how the game changes every once in a while.
Recently, though, we learned about the Texas portion of the room. This place has a crazy layout with crazy patterns. Weird, huh? But it’s a layout that even some of the best players go by. It’s also more crowded, which means we get better comps here. We’ve been comped out on the river a couple times, which is huge in Southern California. If you’re trying to get away from the hassle of the MGM or Wynn going to the ball game, and you don’t want to drive all the way to flower and martinea, then this is the place for you.
In the beginning, we watched so many of the players mistakes, that we kind of knew what was coming. It was frustrating, but at the same time, we kind of knew that they weren’t going to quit coming, because we were stuck with them. But we didn’t know how many more tables they were going to stay at, until they got tired of comping. It’s a suckers bet, but we’re not in the casino business to give away free money.
After comping for a while, they started playing for the table minimum, and we could take them out at two, three, four, or five. Since they were ladies, their bottom were exposed, so no one could make a comparison about low paying. We did notice that they were betting higher than the guys, and the guys were defending their higher bets. So again, we noticed a different attitude.
Next day we decided to penalize ourselves, and go to the dewabet armed with our official identification. Once outside, we started the car enthusiast in search of the hottest cars. Once in the casino, we hit the best looking cars, and went to the Formula One area. Once there, we had a little fun, but didn’t really hit the loaner cars too hard. Then it was time to go home. Would have been nice to keep them in the house, but the house was too far away. We hadn’t calculated the use of the car, and didn’t know that the money we paid for it back in Connecticut would count as income, when splitting the tabling money over two homes.
We’re trying to teach our children that the spending of money ought to create interest and therefore beneficial returns. In this case, if you’re winning enough at the table, you can move to another table, or casino. If you’re losing, you don’t have to stay at your initial table. That’s one of the Rules of Gambling. Never play with money that you can’t afford to lose. That’s one of the Rules of Gambling. But, we left the kids with something they could enjoy, and didn’t intend to turn into a gambling habit.
From the time they were small, and until they’re 18, we’ve had separate Game Operators. The father is a tough old fellow who was in the military, and had a thing about getting things moving. Never money, that is. If it wasn’t for that streak, he wouldn’t be Arnold Snyder. But he considers the kids to be on a par with the adults.
They start bringing the kids along, and the money doesn’t bother the oldest one. He thinks it’s all fun. The third kid is more in danger, and he’s not sure if he wants to be a gambler or not. The fourth kid is way more hands on with the gaming. She’s friendly and thinks she’s pretty good at operating a video poker machine. But she’s lost her two hands. After she loses the kids, she comes over to me and acts like a down on her luck girl. Now I think she’s outta luck.
I don’t blame her. Having a gambling problem is tough to admit to people, and even when admitted it’s not easy to talk about or treat.