If you don't mind, I'd like to add a couple of things that could fall into the category of etiquette. I didn't see them listed before. Forgive me if I just missed them. Slow rolling... At the showdown, when one player waits to show his hand, as if for dramatic effect. You're not at the final table of a big TV tournament and you're not making a movie. If you win, just turn your cards over. If not, just muck your hand and let the next one start. Splashing the pot... Throwing your chips into the pot, allowing them to get mixed with the rest of the chips and thus not being able to tell exactly what was bet. There is plenty of room to place your chips in front of you. Talking out of turn... If you're not in a hand, you should not comment about that hand. Period. What you say will affect what another player does. It is not fair to the player that loses the hand, that he lost because of something said by someone that has already folded. Many rooms have this one posted as a rule.