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#1
Posted: 9/30/2008 3:08:23 AM
Why dont everyone get in on this and discuss some POKER TELLS, they use or observe... Online or NOT........
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Posted: 9/30/2008 3:19:49 AM
I noitced this one time, 2 players in the pot,  after the river...  player 1, says to player 2,  you hit 9-10?  the board was showing a straight... when player 1 said that, player 2, quickly looked at the board...
 
what i get from that is,
 
 Player 1 didnt have the straight.. since he didnt know what it made...
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Posted: 9/30/2008 3:25:48 AM
beyond tells is a good read by kenna james.
tells are not easy to discuss because many times highly skilled players will give off reverse tells, or reverse reverse tells, etc...so you really don't know if they are true or if they are acting, the more advanced the level of players, the tougher it is to really fool someone...my best advice is to play as much live poker as possible and try to pick up what players do/say/act/throw in chips/etc when they are in a contested pot when they are the one who preflopped raised, then watch others in other hands when they are the callers of the preflop raise...then after showdowns you'll have alot of info to judge on each persons different tells when they are weak or strong.
this topic is too complex to discuss with a few comments, but experience is irreplaceable.
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Posted: 9/30/2008 3:44:51 AM
I would also say that when a player seems to be studying the board, i put him as weak and on a draw...
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Posted: 9/30/2008 10:32:13 AM
tells r overrated, its just little things people do that you catch sometimes.  one hand recently i had raised with aj and guy called on the button (he was calling a lot).  flop came 36q rainbow and he kinda jumped in his seat a little, and i said hell he musta hit something so i just checked and he went all in and i acted like i had a tough decision and folded and he showed aq, if he hadnt had did that i probably would have continuation bet on the fold and lost some more chips.  however, i think this is kinda rare, i rely a lot more on betting patterns and tendencies more then these.
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Posted: 9/30/2008 1:23:25 PM
online i noticed some players will use the check/fold button... this tells me that a player is willing to give up his hand when the turn passes by him so quickly... however im sure if you hit a monster hand, and employ this tell, you can really trap a player into beliving you dont have anything and forcing a raise from other players...
 
just another check/raise trap but with an extra Uuuhh
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Posted: 9/30/2008 1:25:30 PM
clown, sometimes ill jump outta my chair or really twitch, when i got NADA, besides that player in the above post that jumped, shouldnt of showed his cards unless he plans on jumping with nothing next time... Beware, reverse tells are more commen now than ever...
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Posted: 9/30/2008 1:48:32 PM
its sooo funny, i flopped trip 9's, and employed the quick check button, got player to go all in.. then i busted him...
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Posted: 9/30/2008 2:16:41 PM
the quick check is great.  In live play only with a talkative players I've noticed when they get really quiet they usually have the goods.
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Posted: 9/30/2008 3:00:42 PM
awe,,,,, pezeveng,,,, thats sooo right... nice one
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Posted: 10/1/2008 12:41:50 AM
read mike caro's "book of tells."
 
very good stuff in there.
 
I read it awhile ago but one I liked was when the flop comes out, look at the player and if he sees the board and looks away quickly, he hit his hand....if he looks at the board for a couple of seconds, he is trying to figure out what exactly he can turn his hand into.
 
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Posted: 10/1/2008 4:00:53 AM
yep, makes so much sense, yea mike caros is alright, i read his book, it says what it says... although his you tube videos suck...
i respect the man, he taught me some...
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Posted: 10/11/2008 4:53:39 AM
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Posted: 10/12/2008 8:44:59 PM
The left side of your brain is where your imagination comes from.....
 
Watch people sometimes when they are trying to act relaxed after a bet, as if they have a good hand.
If they seem to be looking to the left or doing things to their left, could be giving you a tell subconsciously because they are bluffing
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Posted: 10/14/2008 12:00:24 PM
We I have a monster I tend to get a "boner"... so I have to stay seated or my opponents will know and fold.....This is why I never wear shorts to a poker game...
 
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Posted: 10/14/2008 12:11:03 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by nevadaeasy:

We I have a monster I tend to get a "boner"... so I have to stay seated or my opponents will know and fold.....This is why I never wear shorts to a poker game...
 



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Posted: 11/23/2008 9:32:19 AM
no shait?
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Posted: 11/23/2008 7:51:25 PM
Always were the shades.
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Posted: 11/25/2008 10:38:24 PM
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Posted: 11/25/2008 10:39:26 PM
... im all in
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#21
Posted: 12/6/2008 4:35:05 PM
Instead of looking for tells, I try not to give any tells.  That is more important than looking for tells.
 
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Posted: 12/6/2008 7:22:56 PM
im sooo chill at the table, i can give a Fk  about tells,,, just bet it up when i got the goods...
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Posted: 12/6/2008 7:51:58 PM
after the flop, if somebody immediately looks at their chips, they hit the flop. Also inexperienced players, when they hit a big hand hand, often times they look away from the table right away, trying to act like they aren't interested. they may have a monster though. Of course there are reverse tells on all of this too, so it depends on the player too.
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