Can someone give me advice on how to read people in poker? I read a book that said sometimes you can tell if someone is weak by looking at his or her neck. If the vines are protruding that is the signal to go all in because he or she is weak 80% of the time.
Are there other body language that give off the strength of their hand? Please share.
drone666   Brasil. Jun 20 2017 07:30. Posts 1801
I think this type of reading is overrated, even for live poker
Dont listen to anything I say
rogier   Netherlands. Jun 20 2017 22:40. Posts 1528
despite that this video is 100 years old, most of it holds. And yeah like said above, poker isnt just reading people
But the highstakes players in Las Vegas use it. You mean to tell me they are wrong and you small cents players are right?
whamm!   Albania. Jun 21 2017 04:39. Posts 11625
ive used a live tell once and it was correct. when people call a big bet in a multiway pot, then dont look that the board and keep talking as if nothing happened indicates super strength, doesnt apply to complete whales or fishtards but for people u play with constantly ive noticed its accurate
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K40Cheddar   United States. Jun 22 2017 00:39. Posts 2202
lol live poker. The only tell I see when I play is that people are fucking bad.
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TimDawg   United States. Jun 22 2017 12:16. Posts 10196
what drone666 said....
Spending your time analyzing many of these live tells will really be counterproductive to your growth and improvement as a poker player. Spend more time thinking about ranges a particular player has in a spot. Think about if they bet different sizings with different parts of their range in various spots. Think about ways to exploit their ranges in these spots. Things like this will contribute in a much more substantial way to your win rate and overall profitably in these live games than what trying to find physical tells will!
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Spitfiree   Bulgaria. Jun 22 2017 21:35. Posts 9627
On June 21 2017 22:16 austrian oak wrote:
Obv troll is obv
new registration, country Syria and provokes with the most absurd statements. TalentedTom would be disappointed in you guys for not spotting the troll. He trained you so well :/
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Baalim   Mexico. Jun 23 2017 07:48. Posts 33968
Raghead_Islamic state is also quite a tell... pretty offensive nickname, but I have a hard time banning because of being offensive, so ill let another mod get you
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Rapoza   Brasil. Jun 24 2017 02:22. Posts 1612
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Trav94   Canada. Jun 24 2017 05:25. Posts 1780
On June 24 2017 01:22 Rapoza wrote:
I've seen once in a tournament a guy trying to drink an empty bottle of water while bluffing in a big hand
Is it possible that you're a "bad reg"?
whamm!   Albania. Jun 26 2017 02:58. Posts 11625
people who are getting massaged have nothing almost always lol
VanDerMeyde   Norway. Jun 27 2017 12:36. Posts 5047
"if people act weak they are strong, if they act strong they are weak"
Very often true for live fish and sometimes online regs with little live experience i found. But usually I have to play for a while with someone to find any live tell. And sometimes the live fish are so extremly into "live tells" that they think the entire game is about it. These type of fish can acctually be better at it than most grinders (!)
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gawdawaful   Canada. Jun 28 2017 03:19. Posts 8985
If you plan on ever playing live poker, be it cash or donkaments, you'd be stupid to ignore live tells.
Im only good at poker when I run good
YoMeR   United States. Jul 05 2017 21:26. Posts 12432
try to construct accurate ranges for multiple spots vs villain in live tables first and foremost. That said no point of constructing a range if villain falls out of his chair when the flop is dealt too..
There's a wealth of information at live games it's incredible. Within the first hour or so of play if you have not picked up any significant tells or relevant information about at least 1-2 people's ranges then you are most certainly doing it wrong or the game is especially tough <--(very unlikely) Pay attention to people when you are not in hands. What they are looking at, demeanor, micro expressions etc can all be huge indicators about how comfortable villain is in that spot, his hand strength blah blah. Pay especially close attention to big turn/river spots and showdown hands. These types of spots is where you can get the most information about players. But...don't be one of those idiot try hards that just staring down everyone at every moment in the game please, it's stupid and bad for the game.