| noonlion||19/09/2013 11:26:52 GMT|
| This isn't very revolutionary - i think anyone who has watched a decent amount of poker has noticed that some players will shove a stack or gently push it in.|
The neck vein is another good indicator unless they have a hoodie on - pulsing can mean excietment therefore a big hand.
Tells are like heroin - to be used in moderation, at the right time.
| Pjot||19/09/2013 12:05:55 GMT|
| I'm so bad att tells. Almost like I'm retarded or something. Don't even try to understand them, and I think it is because I've been living with a woman for so long.|
She says: Long ago someone went out with the trash.
Me: Yeah, that's interesting.
But what she ment is, from what I recently been told, that _I_ was supposed to take it out! So, why didn't ske say so?
Same thing with tells. How the f*ck can you understand?
When someone shoves the keybord through the computerscreen, I get it: a bad beat.
But from that and on? Naaah... I leave it to the pros.
| imanmp||19/09/2013 12:39:47 GMT|
| i training every day front mirror |
| avickter119||19/09/2013 17:55:02 GMT|
| If only researchers could read people, leave alone pros, i think they would rule the poker world. But! |
| demodawggy||19/09/2013 22:23:20 GMT|
| 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!
It was very interesting to watch...
| ELDONKOII||20/09/2013 18:31:39 GMT|
| hahah watched that ep last nite and danchev looked like he had some kind of manic palsy he was shaking that much ;0 |
| Macubaas||20/09/2013 20:51:56 GMT|
| Frankly this is not something new, i mean face muscles are under a pretty good self control, but other muscles in the body tend to make unwanted moves in stressful situations.|
I think hands were always better indicators than the face!
| Pjot||21/09/2013 06:38:33 GMT|
| 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.)
| Soundlis||22/09/2013 07:45:52 GMT|
| This thing works,not always but works yesterday it saved me from loosing some money |
| Correa22BR||22/09/2013 22:36:46 GMT|
| Its truth, we can see it in live events.|
| ShaunDeeb||23/09/2013 22:28:25 GMT|
| online tell only timeing tell,fortunately|
| flashfaust01||30/09/2013 12:37:54 GMT|
| I remembered the match of Phil Hellmuth vs David Sands in 2013 National Heads Up Championship.|
When Sands bets, he was doing a very strange and annoying robot-like arm movements.
Now I know why he was doing that.
| rrpcool2012||01/10/2013 09:14:37 GMT|
| nice research article , i think the all pschology guyz should play poker and they will read any movement and they will win lot money|
| doubletop777||16/11/2013 12:36:16 GMT|
| I could never play live poker successfully because i always give it away. Its bad enough playing online because i jump up and down when i hit and my heart pumps out of my chest when i'm bluffing|