re: Poker & I can see your hole cards
Originally Posted by CanOkie
I have a poker etiquette question....
Playing at a brick and mortar casino, the guy to my left (peaking at his hole cards) inadvertently keeps raising his cards where I can see them. I don't think he knew that he was making it easy to see his cards.
I felt morally obligated to tell him but on the other side of the coin, if he is stupid enough to show his cards then he gets what he deserves.
What should I do in this situation? Tell the guy or keep this lucrative information to myself? What are your thoughts?
I think anything goes at the table to get an advantage, if someone is that stupid to show there hand well, once I bluffed some idiot, after the hand he said good bluff, I said thanks, a few hands later, just us left in the hand he asked me if I was bluffing
again, I said yes I wasn't, and cleaned him out, he got all upset, and accused me of being unethical, called the pit boss, who laughed, and it was only a tenner tournament, what do you think.