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he was a Community Organizer
originally posted by: freedom12
a reply to: sheepslayer247
As a better poker player, I would say you are horribly wrong. Sure he has tells that say he's lying, but you can also give off false tells to deceive other players like you who think they are good at reading people.
Actually, the best place to look for tells is below the head and shoulders. I believe your feet give away far more things than any part of your body. Voice would be a close 2nd for me, then chest/breathing.
I believe your feet give away far more things than any part of your body.
Really? As a great player, do you look under the table often to "read" your opponents? Does your local casino have glass tables? I'm curious because most casinos have specific rules about table etiquette and looking under the table can be a big no-no.
It's not even a contest!
I'd eat you alive from what you just posted. Probably wouldn't even have to even look at my cards to break you.
First off, to see someone's feet or "below their head and shoulders" as I stated, you don't have to bend down and look under the table. Most decent amateurs even know this.
If you were actually halfway decent at poker, you would already know these basics.
I'll give you and any other wannabe who may be following along this one free piece of advice- Go get a copy of Mike Navarro's book "Read Em and Reap" and you'll find out that this FBI profiler agrees with me.
Your heroes you watch on TV playing, pay him thousands of dollars for his advice on tells.