In Las Vegas there is an old saying among professional poker players: “Do not knock the tank, to scare the fish.” More experienced players know very well that there is no insult to less experienced players, since they are their source of income. They are also aware of the negative result that we have evidence demonstrating superior skills in the most inexperienced players.
Basics of good manners in poker: It is good to…
As little dialogue. Note that whenever talk to an opponent, it sends and receives information. This information can be detrimental, however, and you can help, depending on who sends and who receives it.
If that bothers you or your discussion content decreases concentration, you can disable the dialog.
If you must answer questions of a friend or whether to say hello, you should do so in a brief and polite. Remember that you are in the middle of a poker game and that you should focus attention in this direction.
Always take timely decisions. Whether it is a cash game or tournament, lost time means lost opportunities.
Keep your information related to the ability to play poker. Opponents will have an advantage if you are aware of the skills. How dialogue can be an important indication of the level your skills and knowledge for all those at the table, keep quiet.
Keep a positive attitude during the dialogue. Some positive remarks can be integrated easily concise course of the game, while words with negative connotations, said at the wrong time can make you a target and change your position at the table, from hunter to hunt.
Basics of good manners in poker: It is not good to…
Do not criticize opponents in the game. Thus disclose information about your level of skill. If he annoyed and start to play better, you may be over.
Do not talk. Best poker game is playing quietly. Each word is valuable information for your opponents
Do not use profane, obscene or insulting in the discussions. This attitude is contrary to policy and will not be tolerated PartyPoker.com. In addition, there is a smart way to play poker.
It is said that the fear and greed, everyone reveals his true face at the poker table. Think about those words before you decide which one, if any, you want to reveal.
The information we collect about your opponents are helpful, they are information about you to help them. Do not give everything on the tray.
In tournaments, especially in stages, talk as little as possible.
Do not block the game. Whether you play in a game or a tournament, you will affect you and others at the table.