I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often at the card table. Check out this heated confrontation after some trash talking between Will Kassouf and Griffin Benger at the World Series of Poker...

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Why does everyone have to stand up when the hand is dealt?
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Because they sit down for so long, also, they need to let off some energy. That is some stressful shit
54 months
Perhaps the least manly thing I've ever watched. Our poor gender.
Reply54 months
I almost felt bad for the dude then he said "check your privilege?"
Reply54 months
Phil Helmuth laughs at these guys
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Who cares?! It's not even a sport!
Reply54 months
the thing is, Kassouf still talks like he's funny and some of them not shaking his hand was pretty funny
Reply54 months
hahaha verbal abuse
Reply54 months
Damn don't let that guy play with Tony G he'll have a complete mental breakdown
Reply54 months
Bahaha that Canadian tool told him to check his privilege.. what a shitlord
Reply54 months
That Kassouf guy is a grade A douche, what you see here is a small part of his pure douchiness.
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That Kassouf guy is a grade A douche, what you see here is a small part of his pure douchiness.
Reply54 months
More like bickering than tempers flare. Weak
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Just when I thought Canada couldnt get any gayer...
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White Canadian "Male" checking Cis Brit White Male privilege at a poker tournament what the F@ck has the world come to?
Reply54 months
Flaring tempers? All I saw was two flaming mathletes
Reply54 months
Ugh...I see the snowflake syndrome has infiltrated the WSOP. Verbal abuse? From table banter? Give me a break. I also liked his "check your privilege" line. Haha, privilege? What privilege? His white male British privilege against your white male Canadian privilege? Thanks for confirming the fact that phrase bears no real meaning. It's just something to say to people who say or do things that you don't like.
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Verbal abuse lol
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