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Forget About The 'Poker Face'

Tags: body language, live poker, poker clues, poker face
Posted on 19 September 2013 by "T".

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/bad cards than clues revealed by the face. Apparently there's a difference in when players moved their arms to move chips forward to make a bet. The ones holding good cards had more smoother arm movements while the ones with bad cards had awkward arm movements.


Pokertox: Botox For Gambler's Poker Face

Tags: botox, Jack Berdy, live poker, poker face, pokertox, tells
Posted on 26 November 2012 by "T".

It's essential in live poker not to give away any tells. Hats, caps, hoodies and sunglasses are items that many poker players use to prevent their opponents from seeing facial expressions. However, there might not be any need for these stuff in the future...

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Greg Raymer wins 3rd win on the 2012 Heartland Poker Tour

Tags: freerolls, greg raymer, hpt, live poker, wsop
Posted on 24 October 2012 by "M".

gregraymerGreg Raymer followed up his great success on the 2012 Heartland Poker Tour with his third win on Monday's event at the Prairie Meadows Racetrack Casino Hotel in Altoona, Iowa. Raymer was the last man standing out of a field of 185 participants. He left the event carrying a bag weighing $72,089.

This was Raymer's third win on the 2012 HPT. The previous wins on the tour were at the Route 66 Casino Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico and River City Casino in St Louis, Missouri.

Monday's HPT final table results:

Finishing position Player Prize amount
1 Greg Raymer $72,089
2 Chad Lawson $41,771
3 Craig Casino $26,275
4 Ben Stroh $22,233
5 Ed Sinnett $16,978
6 Josh Birkenbuel $14,526

Greg Raymer is the 2004 WSOP Main Event winner. He has a total of $7,217,206 in live event earnings and his online earnings are estimated to $184,823. His nickname "Fossil Man" comes from his hobby of collecting fossils which he often use as card protectors.


GSOP Live Bucharest has been cancelled.

Tags: betsafe, betsson, gsoplive, live poker, ongame, poker tournaments, redkings
Posted on 28 January 2011 by "M".

It has recently been reported that the GSOP Live Event in Bucharest, which was to be held between the 2nd and 6th of February, has been cancelled. The reason for the cancellation is due to "unexpected change in Romanian regulation".

According to to gsoplive, the qualified players do not have to worry: "We will reimburse all qualified players $2,300 for buy-in, hotel and hospitality. If you have already booked your flight, simply send a confirmation of your ticket purchase to your site and it will also be refunded".

Upon future cancellations of gsop live events, gsoplive comments: "Due to the ever changing political and legal landscape regarding poker in Europe we will be very vigilant in where we choose to go for GSOP Live and we are confident that the Grand Final in Seville will not be affected".

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