How to read an amateur like a book

On impulse, a seasoned poker player usually looks out for these common say that other poker players, especially amateurs, can be spotted. If you are new to the game be aware of these possible says

he before hand – when the amateur wins, even breaks, or loses a pair, he becomes firmly and never bluffs. Only when he has a very strong hand that he stays for a showdown. When he loses big, he panics and brags recklessly. Hooked once with a hand, it remains for a showdown.

that receives cards – the player grabs each card and you know he is on something – that he is hand his becoming. Also, he casually looks at new cards who deals – often flashes the bottom card when he takes the cover; flashes a card when he deals it to himself.

Looking at cards – Absolutely mechanically when planning or lifting, it looks sideways. When planning to fall, he seems blank.

who handles cards – when he intends to double, he leaves the cards on the table. If he is holding a pair, a trio, a straight or full house, he does not move them on his fingers. With a lowball hand or an incomplete flush, he keeps mixing them through his fingers.

before he bets – he touches his chips lightly when planning to call. When lifting, he touches the edge of his money. When planning to bluff, he takes them. He does not touch his money when he is folding.

Betting – When he is not confident, he deliberately puts his money. He flicks his chips when he is confident; hesitates and oscillates when sandbagging.

The lifting – flexes of the cheek muscles when carrying out a superior hand. He is stiff when he has worried and breathes through his mouth when he blurts.

looking drainage – when he lacks it exhale with eyes staring blankly to space. He inhales when he catches with his eyes watching his opponents and then the chips on the table.

Stud on top of cards – when he picks up a good card, he touches them first and then reorganizes his cards

of the hole of the stud by hand – when the cards are good, he organizes them carefully on his fingers. Put bad cards on the side or on top of the good cards.

The last round of He bet – when he gets up he calls quickly; when he will not raise, he takes his money when he calls; when waiting for an increase, he looks at the following caller questions but

no not directly from the player turns his eye over to the bluffing; answers occasionally when holding a normal hand; Stare at the pot and hesitate a bit when holding a higher

hand after hand – plays carelessly after a big loss that is sulking means it; plays firmly when winning and he keeps counting his money.

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