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Bob Dancer's 4/29 column

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by westie, Apr 30, 2014.

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  1. westie

    westie VIP Whale

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    "If you have appropriate discipline and resources, it's often a good idea to apply for a line of credit before your first visit. A player who establishes a $20,000 or larger line of credit would likely be more welcome than a player who didn't set one up. Such a player would likely get a bigger second offer than one who didn't go this route. This presumes that you have both good credit and more than $20,000 in cash sitting in a bank account somewhere. If you do, it's a valuable asset to exploit. If you sometimes get drunk and crash and burn, you need to avoid having a line of credit like the plague! Know yourself!"

    This was an interesting excerpt for me, particularly the last sentence!
     
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    Most definitely outa my league!
     
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