Our Senior contributor George Epstein shares what he calls “the greatest tell concept”, namely looking to your left. Getting into that habit at live poker tables is something that’s likely to save you and make you a good amount of money in the long run, and it’s a critical lesson for poker beginners.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein details three main different types of tells you’ll see at the poker tables and lists a number of behaviors that your table mates may exhibit to illustrate such tells.
The crew chats with Zach Elwood, author of Reading Poker Tells, Verbal Poker Tells, and Exploiting Poker Tells. He also hosts the podcast, People Reading People. We have a chance to discuss several specific areas of tells ending with a dive into what we can use when playing online poker.
For those of your looking to improve your live poker tournament results, good tips are always welcome. In this article, we offer three solid tips that can help you not only improve your tournament game, but also your ROI over the long haul.
There are big differences between playing online poker vs. live poker, especially when it comes to tournaments, so it pays to be advised of the three tips we outline here; your bankroll will thank you!
Live poker is not the only arena in which tells play an important role. If you’re able to spot online poker tells and exploit them properly, you could find yourself adding heaps to your bankroll.
In this article, by the founder of PokerCopilot.com, we list four of the top online poker tells as well as what they mean and how to best respond to them.
It can be quite helpful to see if you can spot tells that will assist you with gauging the relative strength or weakness of your opponents’ holdings at a live poker table.
In this article, we list 5 proven tells that usually indicate that weakness in your poker opponents. Some of them might be familiar to you, while others might be new, but they’re all reliable.