Taking an Intoxicated Mans’ Money at a No Limit Texas Holdem Poker Table

by Gaige on July 7th, 2010

I’m certain just about anyone who has wagered hold em poker in the place where they serve alcohol has had this experience at one time or another. Everyone at the table was actually nice with the exception of for Mr. I’m all in because I’m intoxicated. He had such a bad disposition and I felt like I was online playing in a freeroll for a minute simply because he would just keep going all in. He would occasionally just call a bet. Every single time he would just call, I knew he had a awful hand.

So, when it was my turn to call, I would raise with my very good pocket pairs or my ace something. Every time he stayed in a hand all the way to the river and then try to bluff. It was virtually as if he wanted to give away his money.

I played at that particular table for no less than three hours and I counted a minimum of four times the man went to the Atm and returned with at least $200 in chips. I would say I likely got at least half of what he brought to the table.

The next day, following I got house and counted my earnings, I type of felt bad for succeeding all that cash. Except then again, that man shouldn’t have been betting hold’em poker while he was intoxicated!

A few persons may say that if I’ve to question my actions, then yes, it probably was not the correct thing to do. Except, do I feel bad about it, not truly.

My viewpoint on taking a drunken person’s cash at the poker table is that if they are stupid enough to bet on while drunk and is being foolhardy, then go for it!

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