Synopses & Reviews
Aand#160;treasure trove of behavioral information to give a huge edge over the competition, this guide teaches how to read tellsand#8212;the subtle ways in which opponents betray themselves through body language, table talk, chip moves, eye contact, and moreand#8212;in order to increase chances of winning in poker. Tells are rarely obvious and it takes concentration to find them, but this bookand#160;shows how to identify them and use them to an advantage to exploit others' weaknesses and win pots by betting or raising at just the right time.
This book is the only one published in more than 20 years that allows poker players to identify the "tells" of their opponents and how to disguise their own to improve their chances of winning the big hand.
About the Author
Randy Burgess is a freelance author, a book doctor, a writing consultant, and the author of two other poker books.and#160;He was first introduced to poker when he was a newspaper reporter, and after two decades, his favorite cash game is no-limit holdand#8217;em.and#160;Carl Baldassarre is an author, an advertising copywriter, and a creative supervisor at the OgilvyOne advertising agency in New York City.