Casino players have their quirks. But some are downright annoying. These habits can easily distract your play. What do casino guests do that annoy YOU at the casino? Here are more of my pet-peeves, THE TOP 10 ANNOYING GAMBLER HABITS. Let’s see if you agree:
Annoying Gambler Habits in the Land of Slot Machines
#1 Players who constantly put their cards in and out. Guess what it doesn’t do anything but take time. The rewards card reader is not connected to the RNG.
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#2 Ever play next to a slot player who has to hit all the buttons before the pull (hitting the button or pulling the arm? It’s like they think it’s a musical instrument, or maybe they are faking out the machine.
#3 People who rub, punch, and all but lick the slot screen to force their luck upon the outcome. Why do they do it? Their crystal ball must have told them to!
I don’t have pet peeves like some people. I have whole kennels of irritation.Whoopi Goldberg
Video Poker – THE TOP 10 ANNOYING GAMBLER HABITS
#4 Guests who slap the buttons so hard everyone hears it. Slot players are no exception to this either. These gamblers will break the machine before they break their hand. Exasperated about your play – take a chill pill in the lounge.
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#5 Players who sit at the Video poker bar and don’t play. Leave these seats for the players.
Pet Peeves at Casino Tables
#6 Some blackjack players get upset when someone else doesn’t play perfect strategy. It’s hard enough to find a $10 – $25 table these days due to the pandemic. Hey, big shot bully, play with the serious players at the $50+ table if you’re so good.
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Another annoying player you are almost definitely guaranteed to come across in a land-based casino. They know it all. There will always be one player who thinks they know everything about every game and only their advice is the right advice.Sharon Davies, Ask Gamblers
#7 Craps players who have a 5-minute ritual before rolling the dice. Hey, “expert dice controller,” move it along, please.
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Finally, the last TOP 10 ANNOYING GAMBLER HABITS
#8 Roulette players tell others what to play because the previous roll sign shows streaks or patterns. Listen carefully. Every roulette roll of the die these days is one solitary bet, not connected to previous or future plays. Patterns are made imprecise found for the human need in predicting the future event in the casino.
#9 Players who ask pit bosses for discretionary comps after a short play. The fact is, handing out a free buffet voucher is as rare as the Cleveland Browns winning the Super Bowl. If you’ve earned one, you get one through the points on your rewards card.
#10 People scream and shout and jump up and down when they hit almost any kind of win. Lots of times, it’s a small win on a slot machine that doesn’t even return their bet. They’re excited, and it’s ok – but still annoying
Come on, we all love to brag. Who doesn’t want to when they’ve just won a jackpot. But there’s bragging and then there’s bragging. There’ll always be the one who is shouting across the casino what they’ve just won and telling everyone their business.Sharon Davies, Ask Gamblers
That’s all for now. I’d love to hear from you. What bothers you while you play? I’m sure this list could be made into 20 or even thirty. Comment and add to the list!
That’s all for now.
Binbin and NETimeGambling.com
Robin T. Aubin (AKA Binbin at NETimeGambling) has been a guest on Cousin Vito’s Casino Podcast, The Bettor Life Podcast, The Art in the Game Podcast featuring all that is Springfield, Massachusetts. as well as ZorkCast with Michael Trager.As the founder of NETimeGambling. com, he has tried to provide a resource for recreational gamblers featuring New England’s expanding casino market events, gambling promotions, and entertainment. As a professional musician for over 50 years, he has performed in some of New England’s best venues, namely Mohegan Sun’s Wolf Den, Foxwoods’ Atrium Lounge, and Twin River’s Lighthouse Bar & Lounge.
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