Does your local poker room have weird rules?
Recently I stopped by the Thousand Islands Charity Casino north of kingston, Ont. to check out their new poker room. It's a small casino with approx. 500 slots
and a dozen tables. Their new poker room is very nice with only 4 tables, but very nice quality and 3 huge lcd tvs. The thing that struck me was the different house rules which I find very unusual compared to the places I play in vegas and throughout Ontario. The most annoying one was they let raises out of turn stick and new players can play in the dead small blind. The raising out of turn was terrrible and when I tried explaining it to the staff how people were taking advantage and how it affects the integrity of the game, they had no idea what I was talking about. The house rule still exists and I thought instead of not playing there, since it is very close to me I decided to take advantage myself. I gave them fair warning and they decided not listen. So, I've been literally stealing from these noobs right in front of thier eyes. Unbelieveable! a license to steal. I go their 4 days a week and average 500- 800 dollars a session on their low limit games. I wonder how long it will take before they realize my point. Until then, I'll make them pay. The funny thing is I even contacted the casino manager and the provincial gaming corp. and no change. I must be in heaven. I will send a thank you card to the casino and OLG when I put a huge down payment on my new house.