So as you may have noticed I’m a committed fan of the more amusing and interesting side of the dance genre. As it happens I’m also a pretty average committed gambler; I like a bit of sports betting, the occasional Roulette Bonus spin, a rare dabble at the blackjack table but most of all I play poker in casinos and at an online Casino Site. I play with small stakes to ensure I don’t lose too much; not very optimistic I know but I’ll admit I’m cautious.
Of course it’s pretty rare I get the opportunity to write about dancing and gambling in the same post but on a rare occasion the opportunity comes up. The motivation came from a medium size loss at a poker table several days ago which in turn reminded me of another time, several years ago, when I’d lost a little more than that at a real life poker table in Las Vegas. Hours of playing without a break had sapped my will to work out who was bluffing and who didn’t have a clue. A fateful ‘all-in’ call lost me my shirt and made me realise that a day away from the tables would not be a bad idea. No Casino News is not necessarily bad news.
But what to do? What can you do in the global home of gambling when you don’t want to gamble? I didn’t really want to leave the city; I’d done the Grand Canyon excursions before and visited the Hoover Dam more than once so I looked a little closer to home. The answer was to check out the world class shows available at the very same casinos at which I was losing my money on Free Book of Ra Games. As a man on his own in a city with lots to offer I perhaps could have spent a few enjoyable hours at a lap dancing club but I decided, as Ron Burgundy says, to stay classy.
I’d shied away from musical entertainment previously; my girlfriend had persuaded me to see Miss Saigon once and I was so appalled at the whole dreadful affair that we mutually agreed that I would never have to go again. It looked like it might have been a good story which, for me, was spoiled by all the singing. She’d go with her Mum in future.
Anyway, back to Vegas and my experience. I’m not going to go into detail as to what I saw but just to say that when the time comes for a break from the Live Dealer Casino, give it a go. At any one time in Las Vegas you can see the likes of Cirque du Soleil, the Blue Man Group, tributes to greats such as Elvis and The Beatles and shows from still-here stars such as Elton John and Rod Stewart. You won’t regret it.