This incident warned me many years ago. In turn, I’ve caught the top two pairs, and I’m going to bet. Take the chip, just as I was about to put it in the pot, the enemy on my left quickly shouted, “check,” accompanied by the next player, “check.” I raised my voice, shouting loudly at the dealer, “Hey, I bet!”
The merchant looked at me with a grin, “late, there are two checks after you.” Calling a floorman, he quickly confirmed the dealer’s judgment. Can you guess what happened after that? On the river one of the two players who quickly checked before I finished my bet, caught a small set, and beat two of my mates visited joniqq.
It was clear that I would bet. Also, I still believe the dealer has the responsibility to suspend play until I take action. (I currently make points in such circumstances to notify “Bet” or “Time” when I collect my chips to bet.)
Then, I make it a point to avoid playing at tables where the specific dealer is in control. The next few sessions, I think I saw the same dealer take a chip from the pot. I was probably wrong, but that was the last time I played at that casino – and after the dealer wasn’t working there.
Recently, reading Card Player magazine, there has been a column by Gavin Griffin, which visualizes the fairly rare games he is playing. It seemed that some of the dealers were inexpert in the match and made mistakes, but it was easily corrected by some players.
“My table is not great,” Griffin responded, but “no one lost their temper or became furious.” Next, another dealer arrives at the table, who is “trying from the start.” Besides, unlike the original dealer, “he doesn’t do revisions well. He was afraid of being wrong… He was really ugly. ”
I wonder how many times that kind of thing happens at the poker table. Furthermore, the casino is responsible for becoming increasingly vigilant in using, training and monitoring some of its dealers. And fortunately to avoid dealers who might be seen as “bad.”
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