Dude trolls online casinos with NSFW name

Online Poker Prank

Screengrab via Achexi/YouTube

This is almost as good as Bart Simpson's prank calls.

Trolling an online casino seems almost too easy.

Whenever you enter a new game, the dealer is required to personally greet you—unless the name is obviously offensive and entered just for shock appeal. But when you’re dealing Blackjack or Texas Hold ’Em, and time is money, it’s easy to be caught off guard.

So you can imagine what happens when “Suk Mike Hok” enters the game. Admittedly, it’s not as clever as half of Bart Simpson’s prank calls to Moe’s, but it’s good for a few cheap laughs.

This is hardly the first time this prank has been pulled, and this particular video was actually published in late April. Last month, however, Peter Ness elevated the art by shortening his alias to his first initial and last name to great effect.
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