Rinse the wee bit o’ the Irish out of your mouth with two tasty cocktails: The VLO Leprechaun and the Irish Derby. Jason shares a review of the Aging Room Bin No. 1 cigar, which he enjoyed at Cigar Frogs in Texas. The gurus of gamblin’ debate which is “better” — Jacks or Better or Double Double Bonus at the video poker terminal.
Tony, in this solo show, stitches together a grab bag of old segments and a guest segment with Tony’s step-brother-in-law. Plus, outtakes!
We start with a seductive, spicy Speyside Scotch in the form of the 16-year Tomintoul. Then Jason puffs the Avo Lounge double corona. Finally, we pontificate for what seems like an eternity about a casino’s liability to patrons around safety.
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Beginning with a dram of the Suntory Whisky Toki Japanese whiskey, then progressing through a Macanudo Inspirado White and a Padron 1964 Anniversary Presidente Natural, your viceroys of vice offer brilliant, value-added reviews. Then we pivot to the second of our two-part conversation about the ways casinos mitigate money laundering.
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In this well-lubricated episode, Jason and Tony imbibe two Cynar-based cocktails (the “Patreon Love,” so named because Tony forgot the name of it, and the “Cynar Flip”) and share their experiences with the Kristoff Brittania and the Opus X Lost City cigars. Then we begin a two-part gaming segment focused on the ways the casinos fight money laundering. Can’t miss!
Get ready for an extra-long monologue about W2Gs punctuated by the Toronto and the Eeyore’s Requirem cocktails and the Davidoff Year of the Dog cigar.
Fortified with some Makers Mark Private Select whiskey—a generous gift from Andrew—Jason regales The People with a review of the Davidoff Nicaragua cigar. Then, your Gurus of Gaming discuss some upcoming gambling-related events.
Hold on to yer butts, kids, this one is a bit smoooooth. We start with a review of the Macallan 12-year and 12-year double cask scotches. Then we talk about forming a good cigar group in the context rehabing an old dried-out Cuban. Then we dive headfirst into the controversial subject of loot boxes in video games.