Hello everyone, Due to an unforeseen expense, my bankroll for my upcoming trip to Vegas over Thanksgiving has gotten 28% smaller. I am pretty much a low roller. I enjoy playing 25 cent JoB at MSS (max credits of course), and $5 and $10 blackjack at ElCo. Assuming I spent 4-6 hours gambling per day (1/2 the time at JoB, 1/2 the time at blackjack) for three days, is my risk of ruin pretty high if my budget per day is $500 ? How much better off would I be if I waited until mid-January where I could bump up my bankroll to about $800 per day? My flight is already paid for, but it's with Southwest which means it's easy to cancel and apply the funds toward a January flight. The hotel is easy to cancel as well with no penalty. I have already bought a show ticket (front row seat for Jim Gaffigan) and a ticket for a Neon Boneyard tour, so if I cancel this Thanksgiving trip I'd be out about $100. The last time I was in Vegas was back in March, and it was the least fun I have ever had in Vegas mostly due to my traveling partner. This time it will be a solo trip (January would be too). I'm definitely itching to go back, but I want to have fun so I can wait if necessary. I'd appreciate responses from the math experts, as well as the "go with your gut" folks. Thank you.