My list isn't about style of play.
My list is about behavior while playing.
Last time I played in a casino, there was a woman I am pretty sure could be diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Her social skills were nil. She actually gave raspberries to someone at the table (she's older than I am), reacted dramatically on a flop after she folded, and then called the nice young man who (after the hand) gently reminded her not to a "whipernsaper", she over-celebrated wins, and did a funky-odd version of the "it's your birthday" dance.
I dislike a constant stream of sex jokes or vulgar language.
I dislike "percentage droppers." After a hand, when they say "You were like 48.756325 to win that."
I dislike name droppers. I played with a woman at a circuit event who went out of her way to interact with floor staff/Tournament Director just so she could tell them who she knew in the poker world. If they weren't around, the dealer would "do". The same woman had a staples "easy button" and pressed it every time she won a hand. Fortunately, it wasn't often. She busted early, and joined the Senior event. Her most common line (at both tournaments) was "I can't believe you put your tournament life on the line with __________"
Edited to add another: The player (typically male) who takes up more than their share of table real-estate. They do this with their elbows, legs, shoulders, or chips.
I used to dislike the players that immediately targeted women by using poker aggression. But then I observed that it was an +ev skill and it was time to change my game.