Okay, this is an offshoot from the craps thread about people coloring up. What makes you color up and leave a table (any game)? Usually for me it is because the table is cold or I lose a certain amount of money, usually my buy in. But there are some other things that would make me leave a table. One is obnoxious players or players who play questionably (like bj players at third base). Another is cig or cigar smoke, I hate them and unless I am on a hot table I will move. Usually most smokers are considerate of others and will blow smoke away from the table and hold their cig/cigar away from others but there are some that like to irritate others with their stinky cigars or like to blow smoke in other player's faces. Hmmm, I will move if a dealer is hot (no, I don't mean hot in terms of looks, I mean that it appears she or he cannot lose). Once I played bj and lost 6 straight hands. I had a few I hands that I thought would win but unbelievably the dealer pulled out the number that beat me (note to self, avoid pregnant dealers, just superstition but I never won a hand from her). Stupid play. Nah, unless it is at bj and the third baseman is playing "questionably" I will usually stick around, but that is if I am winning. If I'm losing then I will probably move elsewhere. But usually if a table is now cold then I will color up and leave. On craps table you can see that, when the table gets cold after a shooter or two you see just about everyone coloring up. I have seen tables go from totally filled to totally empty in a minute. No sense losing money when the table gets cold IMHO. So, what other things will make you color up and leave a table?