Tunica -- the "Asian Killer"
I woke up on the floor of some Japanese family's rec room, and they would not stop screaming.
-character Champ Kind, Anchorman
TUNICA, Miss. -- "You mean you've dealt the entire World Series?" this young guy in the five seat who is digging himself in a hole like the character Champ Kind in the movie Anchorman asks the Asian dealer.
"I didn't mean the entire World Series. For the last few years," she explains the obvious to him. Just how old is he implying she is?
"Champ" decides to take my seat when I sit down because he doesn't like "being close to the dealer" in this NL$1/3 game at the Grand. Fine. Whatever.
He doesn't like it when I make an isolation raise with AA and then he pops it to $45 and folds to my $140 bet, showing AKs.
I don't show. "You should have stayed in this seat," I say playfully.
And then the dealer drops it on me.
"I'm called the 'Asian Killer,'" she says.
"In my town, they would call me the 'Asian Killer' because I would always kill the Asian players and push the pots to the white guys," she says, saying she used to deal in Colorado.
Then she almost kills me. I raise with TT in early and then "Champ" jacks it up. I don't really want to get involved in a pot with him because of his gruffness plus I'm not getting the right pot odds. So I fold. He shows QQ.
I think about her tidbit and get up and take a phone call.