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Why are live poker players so rude?

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Last few days I have been playing some live poker and it has amazed me the way people talk to each other at the tables with insulting language swearing and even threats of violence. Also noticed that players team up in a bully type way against others.

Why do you think people act like this as soon as they sit at a poker table?

Does anyone have the similar views about live poker and experiences?

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here on the other end of the world everything i've experienced is quiet the opposite. People in the casinos her were always quiet nice.

You just made me wondering about what is gonna happen to me on my vegas trip tho...

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Played 1000s of hours live. People tend to be nice , but you do get the doosh that causes problems once in a while. One night I was playing Caesars and there was a dude at the table beside me literally screaming at this other guy. Went on for like an entire orbit before he was asked to leave.

Same with online. When you two out someone , some say nh gg , and with some you get

(observer) die in a grease fire you idiot **** I hope your mother gets stabbed.

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I've never once had anyone be rude to me at a live table but sometimes it's just a bunch of old guys who know each other that just try to be funny or get the rest of the table uneasy. I wouldn't pay it much notice next time after you buy some Bose Quiet Comforts with all the money that they hand over to you. lol

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Played 1000s of hours live. People tend to be nice , but you do get the doosh that causes problems once in a while. One night I was playing Caesars and there was a dude at the table beside me literally screaming at this other guy. Went on for like an entire orbit before he was asked to leave.

Same with online. When you two out someone , some say nh gg , and with some you get

(observer) die in a grease fire you idiot **** I hope your mother gets stabbed.

Sick brag about hitting a 2 outer

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Played 1000s of hours live. People tend to be nice , but you do get the doosh that causes problems once in a while. One night I was playing Caesars and there was a dude at the table beside me literally screaming at this other guy. Went on for like an entire orbit before he was asked to leave.

Same with online. When you two out someone , some say nh gg , and with some you get

(observer) die in a grease fire you idiot **** I hope your mother gets stabbed.

So when was it that i played you? lol.......sounds like something i would say =P

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Last few days I have been playing some live poker and it has amazed me the way people talk to each other at the tables with insulting language swearing and even threats of violence. Also noticed that players team up in a bully type way against others.

Why do you think people act like this as soon as they sit at a poker table?

Does anyone have the similar views about live poker and experiences?

? Live players are a lot more polite then young online punks. More haters online then live, when I play live people are nice and respectful to me. When I play online people are talking much more trash and insulting me. Gl see ya at the tables

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