WinStar in Oklahoma – Largest Casino in the U.S., and the place I lost my shirt. — 10 Comments

  1. I think it maybe square footage of gaming floor that they go by and not total resort size…. Your friends both won? Hey that’s kool, maybe next time they should bet for you:))

    • I was thinking they probably included the hotel in the square footage. I’m sure they do that in Vegas.
      Yes – my friends should bet for me next time! 🙂

  2. The “Friends” strategy would totally work, unless you’re a “cooler,” meaning someone whose luck is so bad, it chills the luck of anyone at the table.

    Hope you enjoyed your Christmas. Remember, we all gamble every day, whether it’s at a casino, or just crossing the street. 🙂

    • Hi Bluz! Huh, a cooler? I might have that affliction. My friends did better when I wasn’t with them. That sucks. I don’t want to be a cooler. How does one change that? Good luck charms? Sacrifice to the Gods?

      • To reverse bad luck, I usually count on Game Jersey Mojo, but I don’t think that would be applicable to you. Maybe if you wore something you had on the last time you got lucky… I mean, had good luck. Like, what were you wearing the day you found Pye in your RV Chassis? That might work…

        • Ah, good thinking! When Pye materialized from under the chassis, I know I was wearing a sundress that I’d just changed into to go meet my friend, but I don’t remember which one! Hmmm. Maybe I’ll wear each one to the market, get a lotto ticket, and see which one wins.

  3. I’m glad you were with friends over Christmas. We must be related somewhere down the line for I too have the unlucky gamblers gene. We lived in Vegas for 23 years so I had to become a non gambler in my first month. With all of the Buffets I thought professional eater would be a good gig, I know how to eat. But when I saw that skinny Japanese kid put down 300 hotdogs in a hour, I new I was out classed. Oh well Caesars Palace doesn’t pay for all that Gold out front by paying off winners. I am sure the MGM Grand is much bigger if you count bars, showrooms, retail space, it would dwarf the Winstar. The Winstar must have the largest gaming area. Most importantly I wish 2015 is full of joy, much better health, laughter, financial stability and all around Happiness. Keep living the dream for no one knows when it will time to wake up!

    • Hi Trey!
      Happy New Year! Thank you for the wonderful 2015 blessings!!

      My apologies if we are related… that “cooler” gambling gene is lousy. Good for you giving it up for 23 years while living in Vegas! I don’t gamble much at all, but I don’t know that I’d be that strong. LOL

      Wishing you and yours all the best for 2015!

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