POKER TELLS

Poker tells are how certain player acts during the play of a hand.
How they communicates and behaves can tell you if they have a strong or a weak hand.

Studying other players betting patterns and trying to figure out how each player at the table play each hand is very important if you want to become successful at this game.



More than 90% of all communication is non-verbal. The eye movements, body posture, facial expressions, tone of voice and hand gestures are all tells that can give away a players hand.

The eyes communicate more than any other part ot the body and can show if a person is honest or deceptive. Ever wondered why poker professionals wear sunglases?

Player's with eyemovements that are relaxed and comfortable will often give the impression of a stong hand.
Shifty eyes and lots of blinking can often show that a player is deceptive and bluffing.

A player's smile can often reviele if he is sitting with a strong or weak hand.
A smile that has crinkles outside the corner of the eyes are often showing a true smile and that the player is realy enjoying his hand.

A poker player's bodily cues are one of the most reliable tells of deception.
Playing with theire chips and/or leaning forward staring at the cards on the table, during a critical hand, are very often deceptive tells.
The opposite is often true when a player leans back in a comfortable not realy interested manner. This body posture is often a tell of strength.

Communication at the table can really milk tells out of people.
A player is often having a weak hand when he is (during the play of a hand ) pausing his conversation and using "ah", uh and um repidiately.
Also tones and pitches to someones voice will give you a tell to the strength of his hand.

Studying other players betting patterns and trying to figure out how each player at the table play each hand is very important if you want to become successful at this game.

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A PLAYER WILL MOST OFTEN HAVE A STRONG HAND WHEN:

He leans back in his chair in a comfortable and not really interested manner.

He is contemplating to bet or call, and sighs or shows a body language of indecision and than bets or raises the pot.

He delay his bet after you have checked your hand.

A player waits to the last second of time to bet or raise.

His hands are shaking when he makes a bet. This is more often than not a tell of strength. Most players act calmly when they bluff, and wise versa when they have a strong hand or the nuts.

He blinks at the exact moment the dealer put the turn or river card on the table.


A highly recommended book on poker tells are Mike Caro's book on poker tells. (the body language of poker).
This book goes into detail about a poker player's body language and the poker tells that will give away a player's hand.


A PLAYER WILL MOST LIKELY HAVE A WEAK HAND WHEN:

He leans forward and stares hard at his opponent or/and the cards at the table.

He makes a bet and then stares at the next player's chips, waiting to see if he calls.

He slams his chips down or announces his bet in an aggressive manner.

He bets and re-raises quickly without fear.

He looks to his left to see if the other players are getting ready to fold.

The poker tells mentioned above are important to know of during a game of poker, but they are far from telling you the whole story.

The most important poker tells are not how a player sit, talks or behaves at the table, but actually his betting patterns and how he plays his hands.

Studying other players betting patterns and trying to figure out how each player at the table play each hand is extremely important if you want to be successful at this game.

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