I was at a poker room just annihilating the $2/5 no limit table, and the more you win the more pressure there seems to be to tip. I've decided to only tip on very rare occasions. I got some sarcastic sounding remarks from some of the dealers and waitresses such as "Thanks a lot" in a obviously snobbish tone. I only tipped $2 the whole night and I don't feel the slightest bit of guilt over it. This piece of ass blonde waitress who probably accumilates $500 a night in tips from men was the nastiest to me. She just gave me a snobbish look and just ignored me after I didn't tip her the first time. Call me a cheapo, but I don't believe in tips. If I tipped for every single pot I won that night, and for every single water and tea, that'd be over $100. That's one hour of play down the drain - and what if I wasn't having a massively positive variance night and got bad beated all night long, would they still expect me to tip them? The rake alone got me for over $200.