I love going to the casino once in a while to pass the time and get my mind off the craziness of everyday life.  One thing I leaned from living in Vegas is time is your enemy in gambling. If you win, run. Also never bring with you more then you can afford to lose. I treat it like going out to dinner. Take the money you would spend on a night out and if you win, great. If you lose, oh well maybe next time.

According to The Battle Creek Enquirer, some casinos in Michigan will shut down for three weeks due to a new statewide public health order, but FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Battle Creek won't be among them.

FireKeepers is owned and operated by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi. As one of 24 American Indian tribal casinos in Michigan owned by federally recognized sovereign nations and governed by the National Indian Gaming Commission, they do not fall under the jurisdiction of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services order announced on Sunday.

So if you are gonna try your luck, remember to practice all the safety guidelines we all have leaned the last 8 months. The casino is also only letting in a limited number of customers,  and limiting the number of players at machines and tables. They also monitor the amount of people gathering on the floor. Valet parking is also closed temporally, so they are doing a good job at keeping folks safe.

Will you be going to a casino this year?

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