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Below is an edited email from a reader, Jeremy G of California, who wrote about the content of mine he’d found most useful. I wanted to share this because I agree with him; I think verbal tells are very important in your average low to mid-stakes cash games, where there is a good amount of…

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I’m currently offering a free 24-page PDF excerpt from Exploiting Poker Tells, my 2017 poker tells book. You can get for free by clicking the button below and putting $0 where it says Name a price. Get the free PDF About the book Exploiting Poker Tells is the third and final book in my poker tells…

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Watching the Sept 24th Fox News interview of Brett Kavanaugh and his wife, I thought Kavanaugh’s denials about Christine Ford’s accusation were weak. I’ll go into detail on this, but the main reasons I think his denials so far are bad are: He spends barely any time talking about how he doesn’t remember Dr. Ford.…

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Galvin Bay is a pro poker player who lives in China. He’s played high-stakes cash in Macau and elsewhere. You can see Galvin’s poker blog here. He and other associates at a company called PokerMaster (扑克宗师), with my permission, took my poker tells/behavior video series and put Chinese-language (Mandarin) subtitles to them, and made them available…

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I played Secret Hitler for the first time the other night. It was a lot of fun. We only played a total of four games, so I’m admittedly far from an expert, but I wanted to post a few thoughts I had about potential tells (i.e., behavioral patterns) in this game. Silence and talkativeness. One…

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I don’t usually do this kind of real-world analysis, but tomorrow I’m doing an interview for my ‘People Who Read People’ podcast of Mark McClish, the former US Marshal who wrote two books on statement analysis, so I was looking through some recent crime-related stuff for things to talk about. So just a few thoughts on…

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So after thinking about it for a few years, on and off, I’ve finally gotten around to doing my own podcast. One of the things that motivated me was doing an interview of esteemed poker player Brian Rast recently. We talked about his thoughts on poker tells and on starting out learning mixed games. The…

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I recently appeared on Steve Barton’s Heads-up Poker Podcast, talking about tells in a 2018 Big One for One Drop hand. The hand was submitted by a listener to that podcast, and I was glad they submitted it because I haven’t been watching much WSOP coverage this summer and I might have missed it otherwise.…

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I’ve got a free PDF excerpt from Exploiting Poker Tells, my poker tells book from mid-2017. You can get for free it by clicking here and inputting $0 into the ‘Name a price’ field. Exploiting Poker Tells is the third and final book in my poker tells series; I don’t plan on writing another one. I’m…

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For a long time, I’ve been doing a bad job phrasing a very basic and integral poker tells concept. For a long time, I sometimes have used the shorthand phrasing “more likely” or “less likely” to refer to how behavior might affect the likelihood of a player having a strong hand or a bluff, and this…

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