Jason and Tony review the pending federal litigation over poker rooms and off-reservation tribal casinos. Then your Sultans of Smooth review both the Gurkha Status cigar and the Arcadia Ales Whitsun Ale.
After riffing on Roux’s second Vegas trip report, Tony offers some tips for offering gifts to a casino host. Then the viceroys of vice review both the Punch Grand Cru Britania cigar and the Aberlour 16-year single-malt Scotch.
Tony provides an update on the WARN Act lawsuit filed against Gold Spike. Then Jason reviews the Rocky Patel Sun Grown and Tony opines about the Brick House, before they both wax eloquently about the virtues of Bulleit rye whiskey.
Tony covers what causes a “trip” at the casino and why you should care, then Jason and Tony review the La Palina Classic cigar before riffing about their Manhattan.
After Jason’s cat falls off the table, Tony starts with some common mistakes people make on the casino floor, then Jason reviews the Cain Daytona cigar while Tony reviews the Oliva Connecticut Reserve. Then Jason shares some tidbits about ice wine before wrapping up with some odds and ends.
Tony shares some basic bets at the craps table. Then Jason and Tony discuss their experiences with the Davidoff Year of the Snake cigar before riffing about Riesling wines.
Tony provides tips on slowing down your play (and hence your rate of loss), then Jason and Tony review the Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur No. I Natural. Jason wraps it up by sharing the secret of making simple syrup.
Podcast 107 for 2/24/13 … Tony’s monologue on the history of legal U.S. gaming, plus reviews of the Drew Estates Java Mint and Oliva Connecticut Reserve cigars. With Sinatra Smashes!
Ethical conundrums on the gaming floor from a player’s perspective; reviews of the Davidoff Year of the Snake and Rocky Patel Burn cigars; quick takes on the Sam Adams Spring Pack and Brewery Vivant Triumphe beer.
Did you know mailing lottery tickets is a felony? Plus, the relationship between cigar color and flavor, and a mini-rant about flavored vodkas.