Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Back from Las Vegas

Got back yesterday from Chris' bachelor party trip to Las Vegas. We didn't plan much beyond drinking, hanging out, and gambling. We successfully helped Chris consume an admirable quantity of alcohol and we assisted in the recovery of said experiment.

David Shea and were up all night on Saturday (well, technically, we got back at 5 AM). We went over to The Bellagio and Caesar's Palace, but they were mostly full of drunk people teetering and trying to find their rooms and/or something to do.

We did get to visit In-N-Out Burger, which I'm sure Chris hadn't had in a while. I gave him a preferred customer token that I still had, but the guy at the register had never seen one before. Still got a free burger though.

The last time I was in Vegas, I did pretty well on video poker. That surprised me because in video poker, it's not possible to bluff. This time was opposite, I didn't really do well at all. However, I did better at craps this time.

Craps is an interesting game because at glance it looks like one of the most difficult games in the casino. The tables are crowded, lively, and lots of chips flying around. At least, that's how I always thought of it. But it's really super simple. Search the interweb for any number of guides for craps and you'll see how easy it is.

In all, I think everyone had a good time. I hope Chris did. We could have planned a whole lot of things to do, but I think it was really fun for everyone to just hang out and drink.

1 comment:

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