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PostSubject: Is it even worth playing poker as a hobby?   Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:16 am

In general, your job is to understand the effect if your opponent is meaningful or not (the word "valid", hereinafter, is understood not only concrete action and the actions the player, but his passive behavior, condition, ca. Interpreter ). Usually, if it acts intelligently, you need to determine what he wants you to do, and do the opposite.


When he acts meaningless (the behavior is not caused by a player will, approx. Interpreter), react in accordance with his body movements.

In my book of gestures - "Body language in poker, and then in my video collection on this topic, I studied the body movements in poker (poker tells), which may be either intentional or inadvertent.

Most of these "hints" come from players who act involuntarily. For example, when you hear that your opponent quickly, loudly and uneven breathing - is a sign that he has a good combination. This happens spontaneously. Conversely, when a player is bluffing, it is often afraid of breathing. You will notice shallow breathing in those who bluffing. Sometimes they stop breathing altogether. Again, this senseless act.tripoley

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