Gamble on Yourself – Not Blackjack

Of course I didn’t follow the advice I am about to give, but I suppose that is the reason I am giving it! Next time you are thinking about hitting Vegas or Atlantic City (or Mohegan Sun in my case), you might want to consider spending the money on domain registrations rather than blackjack. When you play blackjack, your chances of coming out ahead are pretty slim. When you smartly gamble on a domain name, the prospects can be much greater. Sure, blackjack offers a faster (but shorter lived) thrill, but selling a domain name you just registered for $400 is an even bigger thrill.
Instead of going to the casino and playing blackjack, you are much better off betting on yourself!

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn
  1. If one gambles at a casino to “win,” then that is misguided; the odds are stacked against you.
    For entertainment, sure.
    Why not? Just set aside so much “mad money,” and when it’s gone, it’s gone.

Leave a Reply

Recent Posts

Lucky Break

A few years ago, I made an offer to buy a one word .com domain name. My offer was reasonable, but it was a...

Zoom Moving from to (for Email)

During the early days of the pandemic in 2020, Zoom became a household brand name. People were able to communicate across the world via...

15 Domain Investing Tips from Squadhelp CEO

In case you missed it over the Thanksgiving holiday, Squadhelp CEO Darpan Munjal posted a long thread on X to share some domain investing...

Namecheap Black Friday & Cyber Monday Domain Name Sales

In a press release I received yesterday morning, Namecheap announced its upcoming Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Of particular interest to domain investors... Reportedly Sold for $110k

This morning on X, Andy Booth reported the sale of for $110,000. He reportedly acquired the domain name for less than $10,000 a...