Where, oh where, does your bankroll go when you’re on a gambling vacation? Jason and Tony tell you! Then Tony shares his love/hate experience with the Macanudo Gold Label and Jason gives some props to a Cohiba. Down the hatch we go after that, taste-testing the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban single-malt Scotch — and learning what just a hunk of ice can do for an alcoholic.
Jason and Tony introduce several strategies for making $100 last longer in the casino. Then, based on Tony’s recent blog post, your Czars of Cigars talk about the types of people in your local cigar lounge. Wrapping it up — the third and final installment of our Downtown Las Vegas guide, featuring a discussion of bars and other watering holes.
Tony introduces the concept of “risk of ruin” as part of casino bankroll strategy, then the Dynamic Duo riff briefly about Macanudo’s Café line of cigars. Then Jason and Tony relate some basic bar wisdom — things that your bartender won’t tell you.
Jason and Tony loosen up the podcast format a bit; we start with an on-air mixing of the Old Cuban mixed drink (thoughtfully introduced by a caller) then, while sipping away, reminisce about the Alec Bradley American Classic cigar. Then the conversation winds up with a simple question: From the casino’s perspective, does it make more sense to play more frequently with a smaller bankroll, or less frequently with a larger bankroll?
Jason and Tony debate the best ways to protect your bankroll, including physical security, before reflecting on the most effective ways to guide new smokers in the humidor without appearing condescending. Then Jason puts Tony to an on-air taste test, seeing if he can distinguish between Grey Goose, Ketel One and Sobieski.
A great Vegas trip requires $500 to $750 per day in total expenses.
Tony gives his take on the conventional wisdom of budgeting your gambling bankroll, then the dudes discuss the benefits of smoking “reject,” no-label cigars from premium vendors. Jason wraps it up with a brief discussion of Fernet — the best alcoholic beverage you’re not drinking.
It’s not uncommon for gambling gurus (people like me, Tony) to tell you that a key to good money management in a casino is to allocate a certain amount of …
In this exciting, action-packed voyage into podcasting excellence, Tony shares some tips for allocating your gambling bankroll, then he outlines the top five cigars in this year’s Top 25 list from Cigar Aficionado. The, they guys share their perspective about The Glenrothes single-malt Scotch whisky.
Woohoo, podcast 49! Join the guys as Tony raises some interesting points about bankroll philosophy, then Jason and Tony share their observations about the Macanudo Maduro Vintage 1997 Toro. Wrapping it up: A mini-review of Balblair 97, a lovely Highlands whisky, and a detour around the idea of training your nose to detect flavor.