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Yes, that would probably come as disrespectful. Not to mention that if you want to be successful in your games, you should be paying attention to what's going on at the table.


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I have seen people do this before, in my case they would usually draw/sketch on their phone or an ipad when they are out of a hand. I do not find it to be bad etiquette as long as they are paying attention to the action and not causing delays. @David makes a great point by mentioning you should pay attention to what's going on at the table if you want to be ...


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Yeah go for it, however a much simpler way of doing it, without having people being very easily able to tell what you are doing would be use a watch. Older book now, but Harrington on Hold'em mentioned using a watch to randomise when he felt he wasn't being aggressive enough or on the fence about a decision he'd raise if the second hand was between 48 ...


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It's more than poor etiquette, it's cheating. As a floorman, I might just issue a warning to a new player, but if the offense continued or if the player was experienced, I would certainly penalize him. It is a fundamental principle of the game that you must commit yourself to an action in turn before being able to see your opponent's reaction. Any attempt to ...


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