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Respect? - Mon Feb 21, 2011, 01:00 PM
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I have noticed that some players translate their lack of control on the table to insults in chat. Some are high caliber ranked players while others are just players. No matter who you are, calling people names and telling them they suck is not going to make them play better. In my case, I am playing better as it is. And as we are all here to learn, I ask my fellow players to show a little respect if not for other players, then the game.
 
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Mon Feb 21, 2011, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by superstardum View Post
I have noticed that some players translate their lack of control on the table to insults in chat. Some are high caliber ranked players while others are just players. No matter who you are, calling people names and telling them they suck is not going to make them play better. In my case, I am playing better as it is. And as we are all here to learn, I ask my fellow players to show a little respect if not for other players, then the game.
hi you have to handle the insults. there rank dont matter.some players talk crap just to put others on tilt. some are crap heads.and at times i think i am playing 15 year old kids.after a few months you will know witch is witch.dont let it get to you. respect for others or for the game.all of the above is part of the game.FYI i dont insult players i will make a comment here and there but not anything bad.you can all ways turn chat off.but i never do i like to see who is tilting who so i can go after there chips.in closing make the insults work for you.
 

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