E-281: Jefferson Ocean Reserve, Leaf by Oscar and Tracking System In Casino

Podcast 281, 8/14/2016 … Let me quote the great Mr. Jason Gillikin, “Blah, Blah, Blah!” This was a line he used when describing certain aspects of a casino tracking system. And I’ll be darned if Tony didn’t beat poor Jason over the head with it, using some crafting editing! =D

This week we’ll talk about the Jefferson Ocean bourbon which is a continuation of the Jefferson line that we started talking about in the last podcast and what we will be talking about in the next podcast, as well. The gimmick is hokey and they guys don’t necessarily think it makes for any better of a bourbon. What say you? Have you tried the Jefferson’s Bourbon? Do you like that salty (iodine) flavor that the bourbon picks up?

Next Tony re-reviews a Rockey Patel Sun Grown, but it’s Jason that experiences the new to him and new to the market, Leaf by Oscar. You’ve probably seen this in your humidor by now, it’s a great smoke that comes entirely wrapped in a cigar leaf! Great marketing and great smoke.

Finally, the player tracking systems that are being introduced to the casino floor are phenomenal. Knowing which specific slot is under performing, which table game enhances the casino take by its placement on the floor, to knowing when ideal/targeted casino patrons are in the casino and playing to alert a casino host, the technology is so advanced that it’s hard to keep up.

But this week’s content shouldn’t be missed…and neither should the outtakes at the end!

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4 thoughts on “E-281: Jefferson Ocean Reserve, Leaf by Oscar and Tracking System In Casino

  1. Mike Reply

    I love cruising. Some ships still have cigar bars. If you get a good fare, I think it’s hard to find a better vacation value.

    • tony Post authorReply

      Thanks for the note, Mike. It’s been on my “To Do” list for a long, long time. I can’t wait to go on a cruise. To your knowledge, do ships advertise they have a cigar bar on ship, in their “Amenities” listing so I’d know which ones offer it, before I book?

  2. Mike Reply

    They list each ship’s amenities online, but you’ll need to verify it with a site like CruiseCritic.com’s bulletin boards. A lot of lines quietly close cigar bars or turn then into nonsmoking areas. You can still smoke on open-air decks, usually on 1 side of the ship.

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