Thursday, January 19, 2006

33 cents

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Tip of the Day #74:

Remember to tip when playing in a B&M room. Not tipping screws over the dealer who relies on the money to make a decent living, and makes you look like a cheap ass (two words) to the rest of the table, making them less likely to play with you. And by that I mean gamble with you, sickos! Furthermore, people will be less inclined to back you up should a dispute arise. Bottom line is it's just bad business. If you can't stand tossing a couple of bucks the dealers way, then stick to playing online.

11 Comments:

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At 11:53 AM, Blogger Betting man said...

I once tipped a dealer when i was siting to his left. later on i was facing an all in for about $230 with KK the dealer whispered "kings are good" haha it really does pay to tip the dealer in poker! Luckily nobody herd him and i won a nice pot and threw the dealer a $20 chip.


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At 3:06 PM, Blogger LennyP said...

People who don't tip are nothing more than low life thieves.

 
At 5:27 AM, Anonymous Ben said...

I once tipped a dealer when i was siting to his left. later on i was facing an all in for about $230 with KK the dealer whispered "kings are good" haha it really does pay to tip the dealer in poker! Luckily nobody herd him and i won a nice pot and threw the dealer a $20 chip.

 

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