Poker Etiquette

Good manners are expected round the poker table. Listed below are some of the general courtesies we expect from you during your staying in our Poker Room:

  •       Be polite.
  •       Do not swear or be verbally abusive.
  •       Do not criticize another player's play.
  •       As we all know, poker can be frustrating. Bad beats are a part of the game. When they happen to you, say "Nice Catch" or "Nice Hand" to your opponent, or simply remain silent
  •       Be kind to the dealer. Good karma brings good cards.
  •       Manage your table space reasonably.
  •       Keep your poker chips and/or money on the table.
  •       Do not stack poker chips in a way that interferes with the deal, the viewing of cards, or another player.
  •       It’s not allowed  to transfer chips from one player to another
  •       You must protect your cards so that no one else can see them.
  •       You must keep your cards on the poker table. Holding cards against your shirt or putting them in your pocket or lap is not allowed.
  •       If you step away from the poker table, please advise the dealer of your intentions.
  •       Play at a reasonable speed.
  •       It is each poker player's responsibility to follow the flow of the poker game. Play in turn. Do not act out of turn.
  •       Do not comment about the cards you just threw away, wait untill the hand is over!!
  •       Do not splash the pot.
  •       When discarding your hand, do so towards the dealer at a low level of flight so that no other poker player can see what you have discarded.
  •       Do not expose any cards until the showdown!!
  •       Do not mis-declare your hand.
  •       Show your winning hand quickly. Do not "slow-roll"
  •       Asking to see called hands unnecessarily is bad manners, a waste of time, and is generally bad for the poker game.
  •       Thanks for your understanding Wink