We of course quit at that point (it was time to eat anyway), and while Lisa tried to have me keep all of the surplus, I insisted that she take $60 (counteracting the loss from two weeks ago). The rest I kept, which paid for dinner (plus tip), for me to mark a keno ticket, and even have a little extra after that.
Dinner, of course, left us sufficiently full that we did not indulge in impulsive purchases at the grocery store. In fact, we were so full that we forgot several things we intended to get until I was already putting the stuff on the belt to be rung up, and Lisa had to run back and get them, which she managed.
Now it's a case of marking time and packing boxes for the Spokane trip.