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Hey, I am Nikki Figures. I am a qualified poker player and a person of the most widespread thoughts that I get requested us how a great deal to tip the dealer. Now, there’s two situations in which tipping dealers routinely takes place. One particular is in cash games and the other is in tournaments. We are going to deal with tournaments very first mainly because that is pretty simple. A typical tip is 3%. 3% of whichever cash you make in the tournament you tip to the dealers. The matter is that in most tournaments your taking part in, they are now withholding 3% for the dealers, so when the on line casino or the poker place now withholds a tip for the dealer, any tip you do is just a token total, it is a gesture or it is pure generosity. By all signifies ship the dealer your entire winnings in the tournament if you want, that is solely up to you.

Just like in a cafe tipping is of subjective endeavor. So whilst 3% is a typical tip for dealer’s in a tournament, just like 15% or eighteen% is a typical tip for the wait around team in a cafe. Numerous folks select to leave much more and a lot of folks select to leave significantly less. Now, in the case of a tournament I definitely recommend you always leave 3% but as I said the property usually holds it for you so anything at all you tip on that would just be for exceptional assistance or mainly because you’re feeling especially generous. Now, cash games on the other hand, tipping is a great deal much more recurrent. It typical to tip each and every one time you win a pot no matter of how large or little the pot is. On the other hand, what most folks get mistaken is that they tip relative to the size of the pot when they must.

The dealer undertaking the identical work each and every one time they offer irrespective of whether you win the hand, lose the hand, win a massive pot, or loose a massive pot the dealer experienced totally practically nothing to do it, they had been just managing the cards. They did not regulate the result of the hand, so you must tip a reliable total.

When you’re taking part in cash games like a person to a limit or two 5 no limit or even 5 10 the limit and increased. A greenback tip for every head is good for the dealer. Most dealers get out all over 25 hands for every hour so if everybody’s tipping the dealer a greenback they are going to make a pretty great wage. Most folks make the mistake of tipping much more when they win a large pot and not tipping at all when they win a little pot. If you just tip the dealers pretty persistently, they are going to be delighted. If you want to tip generously, then two bucks for each and every hand you win would be definitely generous. Anything at all higher than that would just be purely benevolent. On the other hand, it is vital that you keep in thoughts that when taking part in cash games the hourly win level that you make is directly influenced by the total of recommendations that you give, so if your routinely tipping 5 and 10 bucks a hand for a large pot it could entirely keep you from getting a winning poker player.

Which is ok if you’re not targeted on winning, probably you’re taking part in poker for the leisure or the social elements or for whichever reason you’re taking part in the activity. If you want to tip by all signifies go in advance and tip. On the other hand, just observe that that directly will come out of your hourly win level.

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23 comments

  1. Everyone tips and the casino gets to continue to rake in the benefits of cheap labor. Everyone stops tipping and the dealers leave or go on strike, forcing the casino to offer them a better wage.

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  2. I usually play poker with my "no tip for dealer" written t shirt

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  3. 1 buck a hand is horrible..i agree with all you said but that..bacause many dont think at all…so if only tippers gave a buck..they would make 15 an hour the other 10 hands nothing..and lets say every player all year long who won a hand gave a buck a win.. after taxes and everything out that check..they might get 17 to 18 an hour..could you say you make a good living on 18 an hour..my wife and i do more than that and we dont have alot extra..a dollar a hand on a 2 4 limit a hand would be fine..but 5 10 nl game and you tip a buck..cheapskate..im sorry but i tip better if i get a big pot..a big pot means you killed someone or a few players.when they win a hand..they might not give anything because they got waxed..if i win a 20 buck pot..a buck is fine. 100 dollar pot 3 or 4 is fine..but if im in a nl game and i win a 2000 profit pot..i will throw at least 20 or 25 bucks..if you cannot afford a great tip..most like you cant afford to play..sorry no capital letter and i have any mistakes..oh well. i am just typing and hate large post..i ask all player to tip well and this will keep poker alive..a happy dealer is a generous dealer

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  4. Everyone nowadays has a damn tip jar. How about do you job and get paid from your employer. They should change the name "tip" to a "fee" since it feels like you're obligated to give one. Now, i'm not cheap but I have a problem with this whole "tipping" culture that we have created. If I go to the casino and I lose 3K and than I win a 3K jackpot, i;m sorry but i'm not tipping. That 3k is really a loss since i will have to pay taxes on it, so that really puts me down.

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  5. I am just finishing up the 2018 WSOP and I've seen this video several times over the last 2 years. Every time I watch it my contempt for Nicky grows. So many people vilify WSOP dealers for inexperience and mistakes. For the most part that is very true, but ask yourself why that situation exists. Could it be the fact that every year the down rate for tournaments gets less every year, and the same for tokes in Live along while the abuse that goes with it increases.
    Every year fewer veterans come back and the gaps have to be filled with dealers fresh out of school. A lot of dealers come out of town to deal the WSOP and we keep getting asked what the WSOP does for us to come…here's the answer 0.000. I pay more to stay in Vegas than I pay rent where I live. I have to keep paying all my bills and find someone to watch my cats. It used to be worth it, but now it isn't because of the falling down rates and increasing expenses.
    Following Nicky's advice has caused the Vets to stay home and the quality of the dealing at the WSOP to degrade. It's just not worth the expense and aggravation to deal the WSOP anymore as an out of town dealer. Two players were having a conversation at a 20-40 Limit Omaha game I was dealing in Live and it concisely defines why everything Nickys says in this video is absolute BS. This guy was sitting in seat 5 talking to someone next to him. Here are just 2 of his ignorant comments:

    1. They ought to send the new and "bad" dealers to tournament and send all the good ones here……..
    It just doesn't occur to this 'rocket scientist' that the tournaments are the reason for the very existence of the WSOP and the best dealers are dealing final tables and high buy in tournaments. What he doesn't realize most of all that dealers make more in tournament than dealing cash and take far far less abuse. He should also know that we do have a limited choice when it comes to assignments and that most dealers choose tournament or satellites until they run out of spots. A few of us volunteer to deal cash but most of the dealers in Live were forced to go there when the choices were gone. 95% of the dealers hate going to Live and a few have abandoned their jobs rather than go there.

    2. I could step in and deal better than any of the dealers here……
    I won't even bother to elaborate how utterly ignorant this statement is. Though, I would surely enjoy watching him try.

    What really pissed me off about this video was Nicky saying that we only deserve $1 per hand for cash. Well. if you want to toke minimum tips for dealers working for min wage don't expect premium service from an experienced dealers who can make more dealing at Indian casinos in rural America. Don't expect dealers to come back to deal to you after you've low balled them and verbally abused them.

    And to Nicky…..GFY

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  6. I won't tip the dealers everytime i win a pot. By that I lose power from the table. In the end if i have won a certain amount i will give him as much as i think he deserves.

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  7. So dealers in high up tournaments are millionaires right? 3% of a 10,000,000 total pot is $300,000 and that’s one tournament!

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  8. i usually tip after i'm done with the game or leaving, and the amount i tip while i take my leave depends on how much i won that day. unless i get cleaned out

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  9. I think it's really fun to let the dealers enjoy in some of your success. Tipping is definitely relative to the stakes you are playing. If you are playing 1-2 NL then tipping the dealer 1$ on your decent or big pots is good, and the 10$ pots, not tipping is not rude. If you are playing 2-5, and you win 400$ or more, I like to tip 2$. If I win 1000$ pot or bigger, I usually tip 5$. If I were playing 5-10, every winning hand would tip 1$, and medium sized pots 2$. The big pots in 5-10 would get into some 2k and bigger pots, and some of those hands would be tipped 7-8$. If I was playing 10-20 or higher, all the big pots would be tipped 10-15$

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  10. people who don't tip are the scum of the earth

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  11. If it's a small pot and you check it down don't give $1 of your $4 or 5 pot to the dealer. I see that too much. On the other hand if I win a huge pot I'm def tipping more than $1. Shoot I tip a new dealer if I'm card dead sometimes for some card karma.

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  12. im dealing in austria..you suggest 1 $ per hand at about 25 hands an hour.. we have to pay an envelope of 14 $ an hour to the casino.. so 11 $ an hour for this job where players insult you permanently…that would be a bad loan greetings

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  13. Don't tip the dealer anything. How are you going to feel if you tip the dealer a few times when your ahead, only to sometimes lose it sell by the time you leave? If you leave when your down say 20 dollars, then the dealer is ahead by 20 if you tipped him 20 and now your actually down by 40, (the 20 you lost by the time u left plus the 20 you tipped when you were winning) Also, why should you feel you should tip the dealer when 1. he's got a job and 2. he has no control over the cards dealt?

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  14. This video should note that the 3% held for staff is typically divided between dealers and floor managers etal. It is pretty standard for it to be a 70/30 split. So, dealers usually only get 70% of 3% divided across all dealers per 30min down they deal.

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  15. Usually you are tipping the casino not the dealer, dealers are lucky if they get paid some interesting part from those tips.

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  16. Dealers are paid. They are paid to take your money. Giving them anything is stupid. Unless they are helping you cheat. 

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  17. I pray to God my players never see this video. 2 hours left of my shift and I'm on my 3rd toke box.

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  18. This is a hilarious video… I've never seen tipping beyond house tax or huge wins…

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  19. I play poker for the social aspects… Said no one ever

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  20. You give fuck all.

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  21. The only thing I learnt was 3%

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  22. Whey do u sound like girl

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  23. The first review 🙂

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