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    Do any of you play, Let it ride or Three Card poker? Does your opinion stand on those types of carnival games as well?

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    I don't really care how many people are at any table, I'm more concerned with what types of people are there. I don't enjoy playing with negative people, its just not as fun. I don't care how they play, how long they play, etc, as long as they're nice and enjoyable to be around.

    I only play Let It Ride and Three Card if there are certain dealers working it and I want to sit down and talk to them for awhile. Then I'll spend a little money while I talk.

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    I don't like Let It Ride because it's very hard to win. I have played some 3 card poker on line and might try it at the casino one day. Uncle Coaster, I agree that friendly people make for a much better experience. Most table players are that way, but you will run into a few jerks and negative people.

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    Full tables are good. Makes the game last longer. If there is a spot open on a full table, out of courtesy, I ask if I can join in and play.

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    Funny you should mention the courtesy of asking to join a table (I always ask too)....

    I was playing at a table yesterday with 3 other players when a kid jumped in. He got quite the lecture from one of the players about doing it (note they waited until after they had lost a hand or two to complain) then another player said the same thing. I felt kind of bad for the kid. He didn't play for too long, don't think he even finished the shoe, and left and of course they were pretty upset again when he left. The regular dealer was on break and when he got back, those two players were bitching to him about the guy coming in and out and the dealer looked at me and I said, "I did pretty good after he showed up, so I'm glad he did" and then the fourth player, a girl, started to laugh and said, "so did I". Funny how the complainers didn't notice that the kid "helped" as many people as he "hurt".

    I eventually hit my target for the table and cashed out mid-shoe, much to the dismay of my two friends.

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