The anonymous author even added:
"This dude knows he's a cheater, and he knows that everyone knows he's a cheater," the author wrote.It got me wondering about our own sport. And unfortunately, I think it's a case for pool as well.
We all know the players who have a certain unethical part to their game. Many of these players either don't get much gambling action and/or are put "on notice" by players or Tournament Directors.
As a Tournament Director, I am told A LOT of things about players in regards to "cheating." It's something that I need to be aware of so I can watch closely for their opponents.
But if you reflect right now, you can picture players who cheat, right? Maybe you are first thinking about some really big accusation/argument (which is usually a miscommunication or knowledge of the rules), but you can picture a player who, yep, has been accused of cheating a lot and many of the players talk about them and the knowledge of their antics.
What I think is sad is when players think we don't know they are cheating. Really? Smdh.
While doing background for this post, I looked up other articles about cheating in sports and was quite surprised! Check out all these lists, wow!
- Top 10 greatest sports cheaters of all time
- Top 10 worst cheaters
- Biggest cheaters
- 40 worst cheaters
- Biggest cheaters in sports
Pretty sad there is a lot of material, huh? lol