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    What to do when dealer being provocative?

    The other day I was playing in a new place I found recently.
    There was this stunning girl with sparkling green eyes dealing to me heads up for more than one hour and talking to me garbage, in fact she kept pulling my legs by commenting of How generous I was by not tipping at all.
    "You seem like a gentleman type to me!", for example...
    Obviously she was being very arrogant and sarcastic. Since most of the shoes were dealt with negative counts one after another during this time, We were both experiencing a quite boring and quiet game. You could even feel the tension between each other for one hour.
    To be honest I did not feel like engaging in any conversation with her even though she was F&@#ing hot. (I know I am a loser)
    But once again folks I am telling you, she was extremely annoying...


    Do you guys have any "remedy" for situations like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferenc11 View Post
    The other day I was playing in a new place I found recently.
    There was this stunning girl with sparkling green eyes dealing to me heads up for more than one hour and talking to me garbage, in fact she kept pulling my legs by commenting of How generous I was by not tipping at all.
    "You seem like a gentleman type to me!", for example...
    Obviously she was being very arrogant and sarcastic. Since most of the shoes were dealt with negative counts one after another during this time, We were both experiencing a quite boring and quiet game. You could even feel the tension between each other for one hour.
    To be honest I did not feel like engaging in any conversation with her even though she was F&@#ing hot. (I know I am a loser)
    But once again folks I am telling you, she was extremely annoying...


    Do you guys have any "remedy" for situations like that?
    I`ve never been in a situation where someone is being that obnoxious, but I think you did the right thing by just keeping quiet. It takes some people longer to get the point than others, but after a while of being silent most will give up after they realize they`re not making any progress of getting what they want. Keep the level of tension high and that`ll probably be an indication that they`ll shut up soon. Don`t beat yourself up about not hitting on her. If she begs for money that badly at her job, then just imagine how much she`d do it as your girlfriend!

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    I'm a sucker for green eyes and I probably would have been sucked in if it was me haha. But not reacting was the best choice in that situation. Although I have to ask, if the count was negative why didn't you wong out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushie View Post
    I'm a sucker for green eyes and I probably would have been sucked in if it was me haha. But not reacting was the best choice in that situation. Although I have to ask, if the count was negative why didn't you wong out?
    The minimum bet was very low and there was no other table around.

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    For some reason the PB was away. The casino was literally dead.

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    Depends on how you want to play it:

    Fox: When the dealer goes on break, you pull the floor over and say, "Excuse me. This is my first time here, and so far it seems to not be a lucky place for me. However, what's making me feel worse than losing is your dealer that's on break right now is blatantly and incessantly hustling for tips, which makes me want to leave. Could you please either switch dealers for my table, or ask her to quit it before she comes back? I usually tip well when I'm winning and sometimes a little when I lose, but it makes me want to tip nothing when a dealer is constantly hustling for them."

    Shark: Call the floor over and right in front of the dealer say, "Floor, could you please tell me if hustling for tips when a player is losing is part of the dealer's job description? I know dealers rely on tips for a significant portion of their pay, but when a dealer is constantly needling for tips, especially when I'm losing, I'm more inclined to not tip at all. On the other hand, dealers that are more patient know that when the cards turn she'll be much more likely to get tips."

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    Thanks Fire Walker!

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    Although not all casinos are customer service oriented...I met many unfriendly dealers and pit bosses over the years.

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    "If you hustle me again for a tip, I will not tip you. If you do not hustle me, I will contemplate tipping you." hold up a chip you might tip.

    I was raised it's best to solve your problems with the person directly instead of bringing others into it. I seem to be a rarity. So many people have to tell your boss to tell you something they could have easily said to your face.

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    you should have said "oooh, I didn't realize u were a gold digger"

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