Player Conflict: As Host, WWYD?

Jimulacrum

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"That guy bets too much" isn't a good reason to uninvite someone from a game, and it sounds like that may be Player B's entire argument.

But you never know; maybe there's more to it. I'd ask Player B to have the other players he's allegedly speaking for to give their two cents before deciding anything. If it really does boil down to them not liking his style of play, that's their problem. If there really is a conduct issue, that's a whole other can of worms.

If it turns out there aren't actually other players complaining, and Player B was just exaggerating and threatening to leave to get his way, sounds like you have a conduct problem with Player B, unfortunately.
 

JamesOwnz

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I used to play in a private 1/3 game or so and when the whale finally showed up it really started to hurt the game as he would be fine losing thousands a night he would do it all 20x opens, straddles to $50 etc

At first the host/player didn't mind because he made bank off of it... but then after awhile the whale stopped being a regular and his game could never recover.
 

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So what ended up happening? We need the Paul Harvey.
I played a lot of moxie tournaments over the summer and I don't ever remember anybody being an ass in chat or being annoyingly agressive. I'm thinking it didn't end well for poor ole Milo.
 

Bluegrass Poker

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I played a lot of moxie tournaments over the summer and I don't ever remember anybody being an ass in chat or being annoyingly agressive. I'm thinking it didn't end well for poor ole Milo.
Moral of the story, don’t be an asshole in a home game.
 
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