Protect your Hands

    • brobz
      brobz
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      Joined: 22.03.2011 Posts: 569
      I am entering my first live tourney tomorow and have been browsing some videos, I found this one which is very interesting and sad, but all ppl who have never played live or have not played much live, this is probably a must video to see





      a chip on the cards would prevent this right?
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    • w34z3l
      w34z3l
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      Joined: 03.08.2009 Posts: 13,295
      Sick.

      So anyway, try out your reads. Do you reallly think she had Aces? She looks like she is lying =P

      Also the dealer is a moron. He says to the mod guy that the 2 cards on top of the muck are possibly hers. But if you wind the video back it seems pretty clear he drags her cards to the bottom of the muck.
    • brobz
      brobz
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      she is telling them though she had AA, I beleive her, Thats a stupid rule, if she went all-in why would he take her cards,

      major burn lol

      and yea I see it now he throws her cards under the hand that was just mucked then throws those under the muck pile, then says her cards are on top lol, they could have found them though right?
    • belayd
      belayd
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      That has to be the stupidest dealer I've ever seen. In any casino where I play live, that kind of behavior would mean a six-month suspension for the dealer and then retraining before he'd be allowed to deal again.

      I never use a chip protector because I've never had anything even remotely like this happen at a live table run by a professional dealer. It's inexcusable.
    • brobz
      brobz
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      Originally posted by belayd
      That has to be the stupidest dealer I've ever seen. In any casino where I play live, that kind of behavior would mean a six-month suspension for the dealer and then retraining before he'd be allowed to deal again.

      I never use a chip protector because I've never had anything even remotely like this happen at a live table run by a professional dealer. It's inexcusable.

      I am sure this dealer is dealing crack now, at the WSOP how could they keep him?