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Poor losers

/Jan/2011

In the begining...

By: WallyBean @ 22:57 (EST) / 144 / Comment ( 0 )

Not really.  Just decided to make a little blog of experiences with sore losers on PS.  Most I run into seem to be on the PSO skill league, I guess since people are actually trying, unlike most freerolls on the site.  Recently when playing I was getting low on chips and so went all in with A 10 on a board showing 3 10 7 with only myself and one other in the hand, seemed fairly safe.  He proceded to call with Q 10, both of us unsuited and no flush draw on the board.  Final cards come down 5 and 8.  Messy hand and he was out kicked, pretty routine loss right?  Not for this man.  He lost his mind, if he had one.  Started complaining it was a bad beat and went all in with a 2 4 off suit next hand, leaving me with the warm message "Bleep your dead mother".  Yep a normal loss on PS turned him to Necrophilia.  Luckily my mother is alive and well and not subject to his fetish now. 

This evening beating someone when I had pocked KQ off suit against his A 4 off suit got me called a bleep sucker by him.  Apparently playing a high conector is bad form, a weak ace though, is the nutts.  Very next hand he won playing rags after complaining nothing but bleep suckers win here.  I guess he just joined the club by winning a hand?  It was ok though later in the tournament I was able to double up off him once again before he finally tilted out.

Etiquette does not seem to exist on online poker anymore then it does anywhere else on the net but people do show a little respect and I don't mind pointing out to a player if he is being poor in his reaction to a lost hand or a winning hand.  Acting classy doesn't cost any chips or league points. 
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