Has anyone ever had a dealer totally insist on coloring up? I was playing green chip BJ at the Monte Carlo a few months ago, and run into a cold deck as soon as I sat down. I'm there less than 10 minutes, and after 4 consecutive dealer non-busts on stiff hands, I decide to bail. I say, "I'm moving to another table", and pick up my chips (about 25 green), and start to leave. The dealer then tells me to give her my chips so she can color me up. I didn't want to go through the hassle of having her count out my chips just so that I can take some black chips to another table and trade them for green again. I say "No, I'm going", and she insists, and I refuse again, and she basically yells at me "GIVE ME YOUR CHIPS! I COLOR UP!" I think it was totally out of line for her to demand a color up from me, since those are my chips, and I can take them where I please. This isn't roulette with special individual chips. I know casinos have their own reasons for wanting people to color up (like player rating, and record keeping), but it's not really my problem. Next time, should I complain to somebody if a dealer is rude to me like this again? Could it be that the supervisors are making their dealers try to color people up as a policy? Also, more than once I have had cage personnel seem peeved at me for not having fully colored up chips. This of course costs them their toke. It doesn't take that much more time to stack up a few chips, cut, and count them. Poker cages do it all the time.