We put a twist on the Cuba Libre, we show you the money, and we each smoke a cigar for reviews.
Jason and Tony discuss the relative merits and the future of mechanical three-reel slots versus electronic five-reel slots, then the dynamic duo dispair over the dullness that was the Alec Bradley Connecticut. Lightening things up, though, was a Tony-prepared Moscow Mule cocktail. Plus, some programming notes about our upcoming Vegas adventure.
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 discusses the slot machine “Megabucks,” then Jason and Tony discuss Tony’s new humidified locker at his local smoke shop. Then the guys share their opinions on the Glenfiddich 18-year single-malt Scotch whisky — third in a series of three taste-testings of this label.
A slot machine’s winning (or losing) is pre-determined by your action.
Is it smarter to take a smaller amount of cash money or a large amount of free slot credit?