Someone in another thread mistakenly thought that I had played 4 credits on a VP machine and was quite taken aback by it. That was totally fine and not what I'm talking about here, but it got me thinking... I've seen VP players without a clue making horrendous mistakes and kept it to myself, but this weekend I saw an older gentleman (well older than me) playing 4 credits. He otherwise seemed to be playing well. I didn't say anything, but it nagged at me. He was playing quarters. Maybe he just wanted to keep it at $1/hand. Maybe he thought, "I'm not going to hit a Royal," but maybe he made a mistake. These machines went up to 25 credits, so one would need to hit the five credit on screen or hit the one credit button five times. He clearly hit the one credit button four times, but maybe he meant to hit it five times. I'm not against talking to people, but I never give advice unless asked and VP isn't a "social" game. Would you have said something?