[POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

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Asian version of the European/US Hat/Shade/Hoodie poker player
17
14%
Young Ah Beng - With the pointed comb sticking out from backpockets
6
5%
British styled Gentleman-club - Tea anyone?
6
5%
Geeky, nerdy - I can't talk for shit but i rule ur a$$ I'm L337
7
6%
NSF - Young, Bored & Botak
13
11%
Undergrad - Playing poker for fun, thinking maybe it'll replace my degree as a moneymaker
47
38%
Executive Classy Cultured - Drinks red wine, clubs and shops
6
5%
Shanghai-tan gangster - (think Chow Ren Fa)
6
5%
Phua Chu Kang - Rich Contractor, famous in SG, MY and some say Batam
3
2%
Married with kids - Middle class man/woman
12
10%
 
Total votes : 123

[POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby support » Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:09 am

We all know the poker-faced "ang mo" players that is stereotyped as the typical poker player worldwide.
Rapper styled hat, shades and hoodie. But does that represent the stereotype ASIAN poker player?

Select what represents you the most in the above poll and let's find out what is the actual asian poker player like.
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby cianopher » Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:37 pm

k voted
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby blackchilli » Thu Aug 19, 2010 10:46 pm

Phoa Chu Kang style poker player would be pimp!
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby Afternoon » Fri Aug 20, 2010 12:35 am

blackchilli wrote:Phoa Chu Kang style poker player would be pimp!


You very bad ! like da say Uncle.
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby vivovox » Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:37 pm

got ah gua players? maybe hand alot of actions, very effeminate. maybe he is not there for poker? but to get close to guys?
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby support » Mon Sep 27, 2010 2:56 pm

vivovox wrote:got ah gua players? maybe hand alot of actions, very effeminate. maybe he is not there for poker? but to get close to guys?


Eh... keeping the poll gender neutral :D
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby chenghao » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:04 pm

oh i didn't notice its I ' am :oops:
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Re: [POLL] Stereotypical Asian Poker Player

Postby realgold » Wed Feb 12, 2014 4:34 pm

in the eyes of ang mo, most asian players are either in both extreme end of the spectrum.
1) typical TAG, tight preflop and/or tight postflop
2) big fish gambler, passive pre/post or super LAG without specific strategy
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