So this week we drink up some Riesling, we reflect back on 20 years of the Opus X and we delineate between a video poker machine and a video lottery terminal!
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 and Jason discuss the 2014 “best of gaming” results reported by Casino Player magazine, then briefly review a delightful Chilean cabernet sauvignon.
Jason and Tony share some fascinating historical trivia about playing cards with you, before riffing about the best wines and cigars to pair with certain types of food.
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.
Is there a price point where the extra financial outlay becomes irrelevant?
Tony explains why you should never “wed” a casino, then Jason shares his experience with the Partagas 1845 double corona before schooling Tony on what you’re really buying in wines and spirits at super-premium price points.
… the problem wasn’t with my removal technique. The problem was that the cork itself had long since started to disintegrate.
In our 48th voyage into podcasting excellence, Tony shares tips for learning video poker and expresses his displeasure with the Montecristo Platinum. Meanwhile, Jason provides a bit of a primer about the body types of red wine.
The feel and consistency of red wine is a function of the wine’s tannin levels.