My son (25) and I were talking last night and he was relating a story to me about the last time he went to a local casino. He was playing blackjack and an older woman next to him kept flirting with him, then started telling him he must be rich. He plays red, rarely green chips, so not sure where she was getting that, lol. She asked him what he does, and he just nonchalantly said he was in construction and went back to the game. She then repeated he much be rich, just look at your watch. He was like, uh, nothing special, just a Guess watch. All the while trying to quietly concentrate on the game. Of course then his friend pipes up, he owns his own business, yada yada. So then everyone at the table starts asking him questions about remodeling, etc. He answered them and then requested to please just play the game. This reminded me of a time when I was at a table, and just during normal chit chat, someone mentioned they were a doctor. Next thing you know, everyone is asking this poor guy for medical advice. He soon colored up and left. This got me wondering if people just lie about their occupations when they gamble because what a PIA that all must be. Thoughts?