1. Marco Polo
    May 16, 2017 @ 3:03 am

    Great article. If you wish to continue on the subject of money and international travel, I would recommend writing about how to be adequately bankrolled for overseas trips. Not all foreign casinos use the same currency at the tables as their national currency, and if currency exchange is necessary, a lot of EV can be immediately wasted if done improperly. For example, it’s good to know the exchange rate at the casino cage and if they allow exchange back into your original currency at the same rate. Some small casinos simply will not accept foreign bank notes, which recently caught me off guard and halted my play early due to lack of bankroll in the “right” currency.


  2. Marco Polo
    June 7, 2017 @ 8:00 pm

    A few countries will not legally allow you to leave with more money than declared on arrival, so be prepared with a plan to handle any winnings.

    It’s also worth mentioning that most foreign casinos and exchanges will not accept USD that are marked or torn even slightly. New $100 dollars bills are generally preferred but they also tear easily at the blue stripe, rendering them worthless.


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