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    Poker Etiquette Rules Top-10

  Swearing

    Pretend that your Grandmother is at the table, and she's a very, very nice person.

 Dealer or Player Abuse

    It's not nice to be mean to people anywhere.

  Playing Slowly

    It's not fun for the other players when they have to wait forever for you to make a decision. Some people use this as a tactic to make other players nervous, but they're just drawing out the game.

   Splashing the Pot

    Throwing your chips into the current pot is rude because it makes it hard for people to see what your bet is. Stack neatly and make your Mom proud.

  Acting in turn

    Refrain from a betting action like folding your hand, until the action comes to you. This gives information to people before their turn to act.

  String bets

    This is another poor etiquette tactic to create a response in the opponent. Only grab the amount of chips that you intend on betting, so not to freak out the other players by making them think you're betting more than you actually are. Place them in one action, don't string out the bet.

    Hitting on the Other Players

    Regardless of whether or not you've never seen a poker player that hot before, you should refrain from hitting on the other players at the table. I suppose this could be used to freak out some of the more advanced players, but a hand on the thigh could result in cranial damage. Maybe wait until you've won the hand, you'll have a better chance at the bar later on. :)

  No Comments During a Hand

    It's not appropriate to make comments about possible hands being played regardless of whether you're in the hand. This can give unfair advice to less seasoned players. This is especially true when talking about your hand or the cards you just threw.

   Intentionally Avoiding Blinds

    Games like Hold 'Em and Omaha, where blinds are required, it is not appropriate to leave the table intentionally whenever it is your turn to pay your blind. Some players use this tactic to avoid an unfavorable betting position.

 Don't be a Jerk

    No one wants to play with jerks. All the above can be summed up into this statement. Sure, often the stakes are pretty high and the temptation to do something uncouth to better your position becomes large, but a win with class is actually a victory.

 
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