Originally Posted by Cybralisk. I happen to think looking for physical tells is a waste of time, no one really does anything you could pick up on at a poker table and even if they do it could be a fake tell or just something trivial that doesnt mean anything. I would pay more attention to how people bet in certain spots and betting patterns. Originally Posted by DoctorFarha.
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Customer Reviews. The mike caro books your best bet, but its not for the faint hearted. Mike Cardoza is widely recognized as a world class poker player and a prolific author of instructional books on the game. One of his very best is "Caro's Book of Poker Tells: The Psychology and Body Language of Poker", a page compendium that is packed from cover to cover with a wealth of 'real world' information on how players can use the power of observation to decode what other players are doing, including the range of hands they are playing and when they might be bluffing.
Enhanced throughout with photographic illustrations and play-by-play examples, Mike Caro shows aspiring poker players how to interpret body language based 'tells' including subtle shrugs, sighs, shaky hands, eye contact, throat pulsation, chip handling, conversation patterns, 'stare downs', and a great many more.
A true classic that is an absolute 'must' for amateur and professional players alike, "Caro's Book of Poker Tells: The Psychology and Body Language of Poker" will prove to be of enduring value.