The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The royal deal that was a royal pain

seems while the players (all 4 of them) were taking a break, the dealer thought it would be funny to setup the deck to give all 4 the royal flush. essentially no one would be getting hurt, and all get back their money. now everything was going according to plan, and suddenly one old man was screaming how he had a royal flush and wanted his money. the other players told him they ALL had the royal, and i dont know if he was senile, or didnt believe them, but he insisted the floor call gaming, and it seems he eventually got paid and the dealer got fired.

Via The Fourth Checkraise, tbc's blog about grinding low stakes poker: well i finally got it to work

This is for my dad, and especially for my friend H (who is currently a dealer in Las Vegas). I still remember the last time he tried stacking the deak and slowly watching it backfire on him as I got the winning hand. I literally fell on the floor clutching my sides from laughing so hard.

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