re: Poker & acceptable table talk?
Originally Posted by puppyfeet
I was playing a freeroll on UB late last night, and deep into the second hour these three guys from Australia started warning each other off when they had monster hole cards and telling each other what they had if they were going to showdown. Freeroll or not, it was messed up and I can't imagine what made those guys think that was a cool thing to do?
What would be the appropriate way to bring that to someone's attention at the site? Those guys laughed it off when some of us told them their table talk wasn't cool, and it ticked me off enough to complain but I couldn't find an e-mail address that looked like one to use. Dumbasses.
For 'most' every site, the appropriate e-mail is support@(thesite).com
Here's a copy I received from Full Tilt with an alternative:
Please send future chat violations to email@example.com
, and remember to include the person's Player ID and a copy of the conversation
. We'll always do our best to address your concerns.
It always help to include the Game or Table ID and the time it occured, but that is also found in a copy of the chat if you copy enough of it.
On Stars, most tables have a 'call moderator' button in the dealer chip tray pop-up. Click it and a mod will arrive at the table shortly and review the chat. They do let you know they are there, but not which player called them.