- Jan 10, 2019
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That would be a completely different scenario. I kinda alluded to it here:However, how would it look if the bank is habitually short?
IME, the bank is most often flat, but occasionally it is either long or short. That is the scenario I'm referring to.Exception: If the host does a really sloppy job I'd figure that the bank being short is a good lesson learned. I'd still tip a bit more to ease the pain, though.
Yes, I agree. I have actually done this when friends host. And still: If someone is kind enough to take on this task in a game which they aren't even hosting, should they then take the hit if the bank is short? My answer is no, but I think I'm in a minority on that one.If the host doesn't want the responsibility, a different player can bank. No shame in that. There are plenty of games where one player supplies the venue and a different player banks.