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Juan K Moto
Informative 👌
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Doctor Maxi
Thanks, never knew these details. did it wrong for all my life!
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Maurice Frerejean
It's a courtesy to deal players the cards, but imo the dealer is in charge and if one of the players is making the pitch too difficult, the dealer is allowed to tell them and they should listen to him.
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got5at12
thanks fo rposting im starting to learn some of the card mechanices.i need to get the rules down more.im interested n learning how to work part time at this.as im very tired of my jobi have now.i will be watching all of your videos.i ren my own amusement game for 15 years i can do this poker dealing.as a new career.
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FullHalfCircle
Could you make a video on how to deal with unattentive, stalling or abusive players?

I also would be interested in how you'd handle string-bet or wrong-amount bet scenarios; how to spot a wrong amount, or how to determine whether a move was a string bet or not.

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FullHalfCircle
Another reason why I, as a player, never look at my cards until all cards are dealt and it's my turn. That way, I won't mind if the deal has to be repeated due to a misdeal, exposed card etc.

I freakin' hate players who whine and bitch about not being able to play their AK because they peeked before a misdeal.

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LV 426
Very interesting videos! :) Thanks
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CrazyChaosClara
don't lean over the whole table just to pitch to seat 9.... doesn't look good and slows you down....
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Ana Lopez
Do u have any suggestions or videos on how to properly pitch when dealing 7 card stud I'm having difficulty with that particular up pitch I would gladly appreciate any help thanks in advance
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Dorian Lang
Thanks so much for posting these videos. Great detail!
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Bartek Jóźwiak
What card brand you used here?
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StepBackAndThink
In the casinos where I play, for example London, England, a card that leaves the table results in a misdeal and the cards are counted before redealing. It's never treated as an exposed card.
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RulezAPower
I never knew how to deal poker cause I just play it online... Then I started seeing tournaments and noticing: God damn, being a dealer must be one heck of a hard thing. Then I started seeing those videos and God damn, it's even harder than it looks like.. lol
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Darius Brown
Great information.
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StrategicGamesEtc
I notice that you hold the deck in your left hand. Are you left handed, or is it normal for right handed players to do so? Ever since I started playing card games I've always held the deck in my right hand and dealt with the left even though I'm right handed. Is it critical to change that, or can I just keep using my left hand to pitch, albeit incorporating the specific techniques you've shown?
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Carol Chau
When are you coming back ?
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Carol Chau
When are you coming back ?
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cesar belmares
Algun video igual a este pero en español o subtitulos.. me interesa...
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Efekan EFE
just look 2.50
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denzel casabuena
well this really helped me a lot especially im an incoming poker dealer... these table manners/ courtesies that should be done and always be kept in mind by the dealer added to my list of not-to-forget things while doing it live.. especially now that im a trainee,, kudos to this vid, sir...
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Ask For Quentin L
Nothing is perfect to you perfectionist.. very good videos to me, from someone who does this professionally for Wsop and other establishments..
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Simon Goddijn
your good
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Kenneth Groat
Placing cards on the table and sliding is very unprofessional. You always risk flashing a card. Tapping the back of the stub which i see in this video is also bad as you should never touch the back of the stub with your off hand. It is associated with card manipulation and is very poor dealer mechanics. Also with your fingers over the top of the deck as seen in this video should never be done as you should never have a time where you conceal the top of the deck to any player on the table. Also associated with card manipulation.
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KeyLime
there is nothing unprofessional about placing a card on the felt and sliding it to a player, specially to the 9/10 seats. you never want to turn your wrist, THAT is very nonprofessional and  vulgar. you have an excellent straight pitch but you never want to use your wrist. When pitching there are only 3 participants: a thumb, a point finger and a middle finger. To the 1st and 2nd seats, if there are any obstacles, what you want to do is lean little forward, move your left hand little back, turn your right wrist in an Uturn shape and using ONLY the middle finger, while holding your wrist still, pitch the card to a player. That is THE MOST correct pitch while dealing. I can see you are a great dealer, well spoken, knowledgeable and professional. You have a very bright future in a field of dealing. 
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truepokerdealer
lol
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truepokerdealer
Thanks :)
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Teri Delaney
I love poker
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Vitai Slade
The proper term is not 'helicoptering'. While it is commonly used, the proper term for that (improper) technique is 'floating'.
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Vitai Slade
It is also used to check for any irregularities in the stub. Sometimes you will find a boxed card because either a card was not flipped over properly when mucked or (more likely) the shuffle machine on the table messed up again.
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Tony Bauerla
hey truepokerdealer... as an experienced dealer (ten years of dealing professionally.) one i will say, you are doing a fine job.. two... someone asked why we fan the deck.. that is done so that the stub is retrievable... do not do this without a supervisor present... but it gives the floor the opportunity to retrieve what was left of the stub... otherwise, you are doing a very good job....
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Arturo Perez
great videos mate with great info, really learning a lot. I appreciate ur effort
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truepokerdealer
After dealing the river card, a dealer will place the deck on the felt to allow them to use both hands to finish up the hand (push the pot etc). Fanning the deck and protecting the top card with the cut card is a nicely presented way to do this. It also allows the dealer to protect the remaining portion of the deck (called the stub) in the event that the dealer accidentally dropped the deck prematurely.
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Keepo
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truepokerdealer
It's on my to do list!
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thekdawg21
I'd like to ask that you go a little more advanced in a future video and explain how to deal the split-pot draw games like Badacey and Badeucey and do them right.
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truepokerdealer
Depends where you live and where you work. Sorry that I can't give you an actual number.
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truepokerdealer
It's a great life skill and if you are proficient at it, you will never go without a job.
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truepokerdealer
Sorry about the delayed reply. If you look at the pitch mechanics video I do, it teaches two different types of pitches. The best advice I have is to learn the second one I teach and then pitch it like I do in this video at 3:11!
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Scricy Cristy
may i ask how much does a average deal make? monthly?
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blastbeatdown
I deal very often, I'm very professional, putting out between 30-40 hands per hour. I still expose the most cards to the 2 seat though. Any advice/further elaboration would be appreciated!
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ghjkgjg dsdrtttyth
As a poker player I would just like to say how much I appreciate these videos. From what I have seen being a dealer is tough (I know I would never try it lol) and it is great seeing someone showing how to do the work properly.
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truepokerdealer
You're welcome for the videos, and yes I did work there. I actually just moved back to Miami and I started back there again as of this past October.
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truepokerdealer
Didn't see this question until GoodWill replied. First, picture pitching from behind the rail with a player in that seat. That has a much higher chance of the card flipping over. Next, think about the role of a professional dealer. Poker dealers are expected to go out of their way to ensure that things like that don't happen, and that includes situations that may only happen rarely. A dealer should still not put themselves in a position where it is their fault that a card gets flipped up.
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truepokerdealer
That's the plan! Now to find the time to make more...
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john turner
hai...can you make video with real players...: thank you
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Peter Bull Hove
Good video, thanks ;)
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truepokerdealer
:)
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godu1111
Professional and informative. Thank you.
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FireStormBaller
Why don't you want to pitch behind the rail?
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truepokerdealer
If you search on ebay for "Copag Plastic Poker Cards", you should be able to find some for under $20 before shipping.
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Daniel
I can't find those kind of card in my city or country so can you tell me what cards I should use for Texas Hold'em?I heard that the "Bee" cards are very good and most casinos are using Bee cards especially Diamond Back Bee cards.Are they really that good?Sorry for my bad english I hope you understand :d
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Daniel
Ok thanks for your answer.
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truepokerdealer
I should clarify that they are plastic, poker sized Copags. I just do not know the specific model.
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truepokerdealer
Copags. Not sure of the exact type. They were given to me. I am hoping that one day, I will get with some vendors, test out decks and have helpful links to the ones I recommend.
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Daniel
What cards are you using?
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truepokerdealer
I just choose to teach the way I teach because I am not worried about a dealer concealing anything at that point in the shuffle. They should have just cleared their hands a moment before during the cut and would have no opportunity to hide something in their palm.
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truepokerdealer
Really though, when it comes down to it, I have many friends who deal poker professionally. Some of them use their palm. Some of them use their knuckle. Some of them square the deck with other methods that I would not recommend using. Either way, the only thing that matters is whether or not the casino they work at allows them to deal that way. If that casino allows it, then that is an acceptable way to deal, no matter what we think.
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truepokerdealer
Like you, I used to think that my teacher and/or the casino I worked at was right in what they taught and everyone else was wrong. I have a friend who worked the WSOP two years ago who got in trouble for using his palm. They told him that using his palm blocked the top of the deck from some players at the table. In other words, there are many different ways to teach poker, and it is best not to fall into the trap of thinking that only one is correct. As always, thanks for the comment!
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Swithak
When squaring your deck don't use your knuckles like you did, you are supposed to use the palm of your hand. To show the players that you are not palming a card or holding anything in your hand, its also for the camera. No one is perfect though, thanks for the video.
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Brutal Weapons
I have seen dealers rather than pitch, slide the cards off the top of the deck while dealing which looks pretty cool, are u able to demonstrate this type of deal?
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truepokerdealer
Had to look up what that was. Hahahaha.
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Prince Andrew
im already a pro; i just watch for the ASMR:)
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truepokerdealer
Picture that. That does not mean I played in a home game and pitched cards every so often and learned 6 months later. That means I was a professional dealer, dealing 16-40 hours a week and it took 6 months to start to get good finesse for me. It's just tough and you really just have to practice a ton in my opinion.
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truepokerdealer
Ha! I would try using the second pitch that I teach for farther distances, and then understand that pitching finesse comes with lots and lots and lots of repetition. If you are trying to pitch across an eight foot poker table the long way, you are going to be trying for a long time before you get it down. I don't learn as quickly as some but I am not that slow either and I probably wouldn't have been able to do that consistently till I had been dealing for about 6 months.
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truepokerdealer
Great question. Immediately after the river is dealt, the remaining cards in the stub of the deck are usually spread out face down on the felt in front of the dealer with the cut card protecting the top card of the stub. This is done in part to free up the dealer's other hand.
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truepokerdealer
That number would be lower in a lot of places.
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truepokerdealer
I was a dealer for a couple years at a casino where the dealers shared tips. Then later I worked as a supervisor and shift manager at a casino where the dealers kept their own tips. It tended to really vary by the dealers themselves, but even the slowest dealers were making over $25 an hour. It is very difficult to determine how much a dealer will make though because a lot of it has to do with what part of the world/country the casino is in and how the casino is run.
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Rickest Rick
At what point can you place the deck on the table after the deal/hand is done? Is it once the river is dealt? When specifically?
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stephenlandrum
No problem, very nice and simple you make it to learn. So u were a dealer before right? What would u normally make a year/month or week? Thanks.
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truepokerdealer
THANKS!
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stephenlandrum
GOOD VIDEO MAN
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truepokerdealer
Correct. In all cases where a card gets below the railing, the card is considered exposed no matter what. This is because frequently when this happens, the card leaves the view of the dealer and makes it impossible to know with certainty what happened below the rail. Because of that, it is easier to just replace it as an exposed card.
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AndyPandy91
Are you saying that a card that is pitched onto the floor is an exposed card even if nobody saw it and the card landed face down?
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truepokerdealer
Thanks! More to come soon.
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Spicy Jax
Much respect for doing this. It is very appreciated for those who look to dealing as a craft like you do.
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truepokerdealer
Thanks!
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truepokerdealer
Also, in your specific case, when pitching from the top corner of the deck in your video, your pitch looks about right, but when pitching from further down on the card, you are grabbing the edge of the card with your thumb and index finger. If you notice in my video, I am grabbing deeper into the card.
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truepokerdealer
In your specific case, try sitting at one side of your table and putting small stacks of chips at a few different distances from you and try pitching to the stacks you want.
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truepokerdealer
Next, when you are pitching to seats 1 and 10, you can pretty much deliver the cards to them however you want. A lot of the time dealers will not even really pitch to those seats because they are so close. They will just kinda extend their arms out and flick the cards the slightest bit to the spots there. Personally, I think pitching the cards to them is the best method if you have good enough control over your pitch, but it honestly doesn't matter that much.
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truepokerdealer
Ok - this is the part where it is so much easier to be there in person. Since that can't happen, I will do my best to explain. The first answer is to compare the speed you pitch cards to the volume of your voice when talking. When you get experienced, you will be able to pitch the cards with as much force as you want, just like you can talk louder or softer if you want. If you are having trouble with this, try relaxing your grip on the cards more with your thumb and index finger...
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truepokerdealer
I didn't see this question until just now. To the best of my knowledge, if the very first card off the deck during the pitch is exposed, every casino in the United States will call that a misdeal and require the deck to be reshuffled. I suppose it is possible that there are some casinos out there that do not follow that, but I find it pretty likely that they all do.
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wilmo123
A first exposed card results in a misdeal. You know any casino where that is?
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