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Any time these sort of threads come up, we are only getting your side of the story. Its bad for the game. Yes you called the floor but anyone who has ever been near two children knows that the one who complains to the parents isn't necessarily an innocent victim. When the player escalates, rather than de-escalating the situation, you call the floor over. Originally Posted by Bene Gesserit. It is easiest to just de-escalate any brewing conflict with a simple self-deprecating comment 3. Now that you know how things stand there and that you are considered an "outsider problem" likely you should not go back for some time, maybe a few months. We don't live in a perfect PC world. Nothing new there. I suspect it was he didn't portray you as pure as driven snow while the drunk was a child molester. It doesn't matter who started it, what does matter is YOU having a good time, so, I would try to do whatever that took to achieve that, and that sometimes includes racking up and calling it a night. Perfectly standard regardless of whether you are regulars or not.

User Name Remember Me? This person knew how much leverage he had on the situation and with the response the floor provided you should have decided whether to accept the circumstances, switch tables, or end the session.

The dealer in situation one isn't a mind reader. From the dealer's perspective, you just jumped all over a guy that just lauberge lake charles poker tournaments you what you said for no reason. You made a comment out loud which, in most cases, is an invitation to conversation about the comment.

Since you have no backup from dealers, floor or other reg players you must either try very hard to avoid confrontations or avoid playing in that room altogether. Dealers are only there for 30 minutes at a time and are busy and doing their best to tune out talk that is not directed at them and is unrelated to the hand in progress.

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At which point, I finally called the floor over. Your response almost certainly reflected that irritation in you tone and words you used to lauberge lake charles poker tournaments.

The floor didn;t want to be kicking people out. When the last incident occurred you got up and left. On the slow roll, I'm pretty certain you didn't sit there with a smile on your face and not respond at all, either by words or body language.

As a poker player, you have to adjust, go home or lose money. They don't know what was said before they got there and probably only heard bits and pieces of what just happened.

The take away is this 1. In a perfect PC world, the villain would have been 86ed for the night for using the f-bomb lauberge lake charles poker tournaments first time.

I guess the lesson to be learned, is that if you are a regular at a casino, you play by a completely different set of rules, and are immune from any complaints, and in fact results in the complaintant getting fussed at. He didn't see what happened. While you are certainly within your right to refuse to participate in the social aspect of the game, your passive frustration at losing the first hand mentioned made it obvious you didn't respect the ability of the opponent and became a target for the rest of the interaction.

You got tilted. Poker is supposed to be a fun outing. I am sure I am not the only person reading this who this is happened to, and I'm sure there are a lot of eye rolls. The fact that you both got told to "knock it off" is a victory for lauberge lake charles poker tournaments against a regular.

Yes, it sounds like this individual is a regular at both the poker and pit games and your demeanor and actions made you the obvious outsider. Yes, villain may have escalated, but a little grace and humor would have defused this from the beginning.

Sometimes it doesn't. Some people find muttering at the poker table highly disrespectful because it's ambiguous and creates the exact situation that OP spoke of. At the end of my night, I lost another sizable pot against him, when he Rivered a flush against my set, and started berating me again.

You may feel that the floro should have gotten more involved So, rereading your account. Where is the uneven application of rules. It was uneventful until around midnight, when some really loud, spastic guy came and sat down next to me. Originally Posted by psandman. Better luck.

Sounds like OP hasn't played at many small casinos and needs a lesson on being more graceful. I imagine that is disrepectfull too? Why do you think there are two seperate sets of rules You and drunk couldn't get along Twice you called the floor and the click to see more told you BOTH to knock it off and behave.

Part of it is dealing with drunk, obnoxious players. So where is the uneven application of rules. I tell both players to knock it off. Probably would have been best to say that when first asked though. The dealer told the floor man that we were both going at it.

So while it is clear to you that this guy irritated you and started it, it isn't clear to the dealer. My suggestion lauberge lake charles poker tournaments to take responsibility for yourself. Welcome to poker. My terrible experience at will zynga poker mobile cheats opinion poker at the L'auberge Casino in Baton Rouge.

So instead of defusing the situation, you added to it. No one cares who started it. You were already annoyed with the global poker download windows 10 player because he was bumping into you 2. Unless they know a particular player keeps having problems they don't know what's going on and can't do much but tell both to knock it off.

The best I can do is just not go back to that casino again, And warn anyone who considers visiting their not to expect to be treated with any respect either. Unfair, perhaps, but it's part of needling and perhaps you should consider this in the future. It sounds like any of a thousand minor personaility conflicts, which, rather than trying to listen to 10 diffeent accounts, the floor manages by just saying 'knock it off'. Once you were, you should have left the table, either for the night or asked for a table change. When the player asked about your comment, rather than defuse the situation by saying something like 'Oh, don't mind me, I am just frustrated with how I played. If someone said something, I asked them about it, and they very curtly said they weren't talking to me, I might find it rude. As a dealer Even if one guy starts it the other guy usually starts to participate even if just by overreacting. I usually don;t want people thrown out. At this point, I just told him nice hand, wished everyone left at the table, and left. Even so, it is clear that you were irritated at the drunk. Well, I was talking about how I played the hand, he wasn't in the hand. Then the guy, Who had been still been talking very loudly started asking me "what did you do? He was speaking and laughing very loudly, and constantly bumped into me while he was setting up, and I did my best to ignore it. Originally Posted by gradx. It is entirely possible that in your tilted state, you were a lot more abrupt or curt than you thought you were, hence the dealer's interpretation that you were 'going at it'. A few hands later, I lost a big pot, and muttered to myself in slight frustration about how poorly I played the hand. The floor are not your parents, and they are no omniscient. This is exactly why you don't talk to yourself out loud, or even worse, mutter. Part of it is making sure you look at yourself objectively. Originally Posted by agoo OP said he was muttering about how bad he himself played the hand. It still looks like he got a raw deal though. Originally Posted by chillrob. He gets called over and told you two are acting liked 6 year olds and he tells you both to knock it off Floor gets called over again and warns you both a second time. Shortly after, a new dealer came down, and started conversing and laughing with the obnoxious guy, which made it clear to me that he was a regular. The floor is used to hearing people lie to him to portray themselves in the best light. Picking up from that game and finding another one wouldn't make you weak nor wrong, it means that you're aware of bad situations and have chosen to separate yourself from them. Floors have much less information than that - they just know two customers are sparring with each other and both are saying it was the other person's fault. This comes down to how recreational you are. I wanted to talk about my terrible experience playing poker at this casino on Friday. Floor neither wants to throw anyone out or get involved in the dispute so he issues another warning to both of you. You said the dealer gave "a completely different story.