Last weekend, while staying at Wynn, I decided to replace my craps action with some time on the PGP tables. (Yes, I know that even with the lame 2X odds, craps is still the better game, but...principles and whatnot.) Anyway, it was the first time I had played PGP in ages and I not only had a good time, I never walked away from a table with anything less than my buy in. I was usually playing heads up with the dealer and banking every other hand. I know I've read (somewhere) that some people don't look kindly upon those who bank. The dealers I played with confirmed this as well (because apparently people prefer the house to win more?) So when others would join the table, I would stop banking and usually leave shortly thereafter since I'm such a noob anyway and didn't want to give others a reason to let their inner DB out. By the next time I play, however, I'll have the strategy down pat and won't feel like such a neophyte. Therefore, I won't have to worry if I'm annoying the others at the table by making dumb mistakes. So, do people actually get upset when you bank? Should I just ignore those poor irrational souls or will I be an outcast and kill the vibe at the table?