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A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby tcs » Wed Feb 16, 2011 12:16 pm



What would you do if you were Bellande after P.Helmet says you got it? Go..

Me: Even helmet says "you got it", i will still wait for him to muck his cards, or flip his cards over.
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby eleester » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:38 pm

frankly i dun see what are they arguing about? If Phil Hellmuth do not show his cards, isn't it considered that he is folding? If Yes, why does Bellande need to show his? I think Bellande is rite...What's with Hellmuth's poker etiquette? He has no poker etiquette...although I respect his poker skills.
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby kklp » Wed Feb 16, 2011 10:14 pm

i think its a non-issue here, hellmuth clearly mucked which meant he was not going to contest the showdown so bellande won the hand. i think the issue the others took offence to was the fact that he wanted to see bellande's hand even though he mucked his.
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby tcs » Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:02 pm

kklp wrote:i think its a non-issue here, hellmuth clearly mucked which meant he was not going to contest the showdown so bellande won the hand. i think the issue the others took offence to was the fact that he wanted to see bellande's hand even though he mucked his.


i think kklp is right.. i agree with kklp.
if helmet already gave up. all i will do, is to wait the dealer pushes the pot to me and give the cards to the dealer (w/o revealing my cards)..

please correct me if im wrong.
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby Brasstal » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:07 pm

JRB is very right, many players are like that and I think phil hellmuth is wrong here 100% because many players say ur good but are just angling to avoid showing their cards.
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby tcs » Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:35 pm

Brasstal wrote:JRB is very right, many players are like that and I think phil hellmuth is wrong here 100% because many players say ur good but are just angling to avoid showing their cards.


umm.. but in this case, phil actually gave up, JRB can take the pot without revealing his cards too right?
sorry if i am wrong
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Re: A Lesson on Poker Etiquette

Postby Brasstal » Tue Feb 22, 2011 4:07 pm

yes thats why he was waiting for his cards to hit the muck

if JRB folds then pots goes to phil even tho phil said "you are good"
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