1. The New Player Who Refuses To Listen
There's nothing wrong with being new, but if you ask a million questions during the game because you didn't listen to the rules, everyone else will hate you.
Whenever you start to explain the rules...
...they interrupt every 10 seconds.
Then they don't know what to do when it's their turn and look around the table like this.
"JUST MAKE UP YOUR MIND!!"
3. The Scarily Intense Player
This player is in it to win it using whatever means necessary. They often discourage any table talk and intimidate other players into bending to their will.
"This is going to be so much fun... WHEN I CRUSH YOUR SPIRIT!!!!"
So you're just sitting there slightly terrified.
4. The Commander
They claim that "all they want to do is help", but really they are control freaks who don't know when to back off.
When you decline their help, they'll make comments like, "I wouldn't do that if I were you, but okay..."
5. The Cheater
Whether it's because they're sore losers or simply enjoy breaking the rules, they try to win through dishonest means.
Most of the time they think they're being sneaky...
even though it's painfully obvious to everyone that they're cheating.
So of course the first thing they do when you call them out on it is deny it.
Then they get super defensive.
6. The Insanely Strict Rule Follower
They check the rulebook almost every turn to make sure nothing gets past their annoyingly strict eyes.
"Wait! I'm not sure that's right... I better check to make sure for the thousandth time."
Telling them they're being paranoid only makes it worse.
8. The Trash Talker That Takes Things Too Far
A little teasing is fun, but this person can turn witty banter into personal attacks that make everyone uncomfortable.
Simply forgetting to pick up a card can result in comments like this.
9. The Bragger
Whether they're winning or have already won, they'll make sure you know it. They'll even remind you throughout the evening as well as the next time you play (if there is a next time).
10. The Board Flipper
If they lose, you better hold down the board because there's a 100% chance your pieces are going to scatter EVERYWHERE.