The first time we visited Vicksburg, Mississippi, there was only one riverboat casino on the waterfront. When we visited recently, there were four. The first two times we visited Natchez, Mississippi, there were no riverboat casinos. Now there is one, the Isle of Capri. We planned our visit accordingly. We aren't gamblers. We used to spend only one roll of quarters. Now they don't use quarters, just dollars. So we still limit ourselves to $10 and escape with our sanity. The Isle of Capri is a riverboat, not a land-locked casino. It is docked at historic Natchez-under-the-hill. So we had lunch at nearby Magnolia Grill at 11 o'clock in the morning, before the crowd showed up, then walked across the street to the Isle Capri. It isn't one of the biggest riverboat casinos we have seen but it was busy and had everything we were looking for. I spent $3 and cashed $30 and left with a big smile on my face. I've never been to Las Vegas but my brother goes frequently. He claims he never has lost money. I don't know if I believe him. But I know the best way to approach gambling is to not take it seriously. Trust me, putting a $10 limit on yourself and crossing your fingers and hoping for some luck is the best way to go. Play the blackjack or poker tables? Are you kidding me?
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