My wife and I go to Vegas four to six times a year, typically for five or six days at a time. We are definitely low rollers. Probably 90% of our time is spent playing video poker (pretty much any type offering a 99%+ pay table). We play maybe four or five hours a day. Almost all of that time is spent at nickel machines, betting 25 cents a hand. Keeps loses low, but makes those great hands seem like kissing your sister. So, my burning question when I watch people plunk consecutive C notes into the quarter machines is, what bankroll does a person need for five days of quarter video poker at four or five hours a day, playing intelligently (though probably not flawlessly) at 99+% machines? I occasionally get bold and drop a hundred in and go for it, but seems like when I do I get massacred, like the gambling gods are trying to put me back in my place. I'd love to step up the action, but losing thousands each trip between the two of us doesn't have much appeal either. Thanks for any guidance you "high rollers" can give!