A Gambler's Etiquette

It is noted that majority of gamblers are professionals. Casino gamblers usually come from the upper class of the society but gamblers generally come from different societal levels. Gambling does not discriminate anyone based from a standard societal category a person belongs as long as any person has the money to finance gambling.

Because anyone can generally become a gambler, no one is exempted from the standard rules of projecting the proper etiquette of a gambler. Regardless of its societal affiliation, all gamblers should show the proper decorum and conduct in their gambling behaviors. This not only applies with their gambling attitudes towards their game but with their mingling behaviors with fellow gamblers as well. Gamblers usually attend to betting facilities such as casino and other gambling venues not solely to make money but to create social links as well. Basically their purpose is to make money, have fun and make friends.

Your gambling etiquette will tell so much about your character. It will show professionalism with your game, earn you positive aura during your game and make you an exceptional player looked up with respect by fellow gamblers. Cheating character gives you a negative mark in terms of respect from gambler colleagues. A boastful character will shun other gamblers from your company. No one will be willing to spend time listening to your self gratification speeches and self centered actuations.

Observe dress codes. Wear appropriate clothes that suit the venue where you gamble and the kind of crowd expected to be present there. Targeting to play in a big time casino would mean guests from upper class society will be there. You are likely to mingle and play against big time personalities so you should come presentable for the venue and for the crowd in general. You don't want to get intimidated from these personalities when playing so dress up appropriately to boost your confidence.

It would be nice to observe polite usage of words and kind gestures to the dealers and staff of the place where you gamble. It would be unfair to brush them away for a bad game. It would be wonderful if you could spare them a tip when you win. Generous gamblers still give tips to them despite losing.

Play as a good sport no matter the outcome of your game. Avoid sly remarks, cursing, mocking and most especially violent behaviors when gambling. Learn to become sport in times of losses and humble yourself in times of victory. Do not attempt to gamble when in a state of intoxication. All the respect you earn from fellow gamblers will immediately dissolved by one instance of untoward circumstances that involves your improper attitude in gambling.

Your gambling etiquette and attitude gives you sense of importance with your gambling activities and social connections. It provides you stature respectable among fellow gamblers. Being highly regarded as a professional gambler gives you a positive outlook when gambling which is valuable for a satisfying gambling practice.

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