First of all, I think the article makes a really good point, one that becomes more important the more money is at play. I recently encountered two spots in the same session that I wasn't sure how to handle, and that frankly are not uncommon. I would love thoughts from folks.
The first was a turn PLO situation where recreational player bet nearly 2x pot on the turn shoving all his chips in (clearly with a straight). Dealer had announced the correct bet amount, and I put on the correct amount for a simple call with my 20 out draw, but the dealer did not clean up the situation before putting out the river card. Recreational player assumed I called his "AI turn bet" and turned his hand over. Not that it mattered, since I knew what his hand was anyway, but I did hit the river and was now faced with an awkward situation. Am I the guy who shoves all in with the nuts after truly seeing his hand? And if I do, how does that change the table environment.
The second is another fairly common situation that I try very hard to avoid, or outright decline. The "do you want to check it down" question from the clear mark at the table. It should be easy to be consistent and say "I never do that" but given who is asking me, I occasionally will relent and say yes to keep the table environment more friendly with a particular player who is exactly the type of person this article refers to.