According an article in The Examiner, one shouldn't look at a player's face for clues whether they have a good/bad hand. That's right! New research suggests an experienced poker player's face won't reveal any signs of a good or a band hand, however, there are still other clues in the body language.
Researches have found that arm movements of experienced poker players were more predictable of good[...] Read more » Forget About The 'Poker Face'
Joined: Feb '12
Age: 57 (M)
There were some poker tourneys on TV a few years ago where they had the players wired up so the audience could see their heartrate readings on the screen! Anybody remember those...?
You could see the wild fluctuations in heart rate and blood pressure depending on how the hands unfolded,....whether it be somebody had the knutz and a big pot,....or if they were in trouble and about to lose big time!
Joined: May '08
Age: 49 (M)
demodawggy: Yeah, I remember those shows! I must have seen them on the Internet, since we don't have much poker on TV here (a site where you can see pretty much all poker, guess I can't mention the name here)
That was actually kind of interesting, to compare what the monitors could pick up, and what you self could see. (Nothing.)