First up, we drink a Blueberry-Basil Margarita, we smoke a Davidoff 4000 and a Rebellion Calvary, and finally we discuss the idea of player reward clubs and their segmentation of players within groups.
We start out crying for you, Argentina, for producing fair-to-middlin’ malbec wine. Then Tony reviews his experience with a cluster of Rocky Patel cigars and Jason discusses his disappointment with the Camacho Double Shock. Finally, Jason and Tony riff on whether you really should expect different levels of service at the casino based on your tier standing with a player’s club.
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.
Tony explains why you shouldn’t hate the player but rather the player’s club program, then Jason shares some tidbits about appropriate price points for ordinary cigar smoking. Then Jason leads Tony on a guessing game of what beers and spirits earn the widest disparity in ideological favor.
After listening to Tony ad-lib it about how to “Diamond in a Day” with Caesar’s Entertainment, Jason reviews the Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill cigar — Cigar Aficianado’s #1 pick for 2011 — and addresses criticism of whether CA tips the scales for advertisers. Then Jason and Tony share their impressions about the Tomatin 12-year single-malt Scotch they’re sipping before providing their top brand choices for each class of spirit, for drinkers new to that spirit. A 40-minute extravaganza of fun and wisdom … or something like that.
One of the main reasons that I’m such a fan of Caesar’s Entertainment is because they have casinos EVERYWHERE around the country. To me in Lansing, Michigan I can go …
What to do in Las Vegas?
A slot machine’s winning (or losing) is pre-determined by your action.
Bally’s is NOT the Venetian or Caesar’s Palace (Thank God!)
Is it smarter to take a smaller amount of cash money or a large amount of free slot credit?