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Curious - Thu Jun 05, 2014, 08:31 AM
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Do poker players from around the world not favour random chats during the game ?
I find the silence odd.
Thu Jun 05, 2014, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by MorriesLuke View Post
Do poker players from around the world not favour random chats during the game ?
I find the silence odd.
Hey MorriesLuke,

A lot of players might multi-table, so maximum focus is on the table action and not on the chat.

I usually don't bother with chat if I've more than 4 tables going, it's too distracting. If I'm playing in any of the PSO Home Game tourneys I'll make an extra effort because those players are PSO members and some of them I've know awhile now.

Welcome to the forum, good to see you here



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Thu Jun 05, 2014, 10:04 AM
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Hi MorriesLuke,

Welcome to PokerSchoolOnline!

Like Raiser says most people tend to be focusing on multiple games and chat can be distracting. But like him I often tend to chat some in the Home Games tourneys as I'm not so focused on other games and I'm playing with friends and fellow PSOers, it's more of a social affair.

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