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Ich habe „Reading Poker Tells“ von Zachary Elwood in Vorbereitung für einen Pokerabend im
Casino gelesen (allerdings im englishen Original) und kann die Lektüre empfehlen:
gut, klar und verständlich zu lesen. Ein wissenschaftlicher Ansatz/Bezug ist gegeben und wird vermittelt.
Der Autor bespricht und bewertet „Tells“ situationsbezogen und nicht generell - ein sinnvolles Konzept.
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Definitely much better than Caro's book. This book has immediately applicable information and makes interesting dichotomies in the arena of tells.

A must read for the live poker player.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The author has spent a ton of time and energy to put together a great book that will help you and your game in ... 13. Oktober 2016
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I shouldn't be writing this review, but I can't not help support this game changing work. The author has spent a ton of time and energy to put together a great book that will help you and your game in a different way than just taking new lines and figuring pot odds.

If you are a serious player that is looking for ways to expand your win rate and hourly earn, and are willing to put in the time to study and learn the things in this book, this book will pay for itself several times over. If nothing else, it will make you realize the info that you are giving away, and help you protect yourself at the table.
5.0 von 5 Sternen The conversation that Caro started takes the next step. 20. Februar 2015
Von Jim McKnight - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very well done. Refers to Mike Caro's book, the only other one on this topic that I've seen, and points out where he agrees or disagrees with Caro. In doing this he's treating the reading of tells as a science where he builds on the prior works of others on the topic, as opposed to some instructional books that would have you believe that the author invented chip bullying. The conversation that Caro started on this topic takes the next step in this book, and after reading it you're as well-versed in the topic as mainstream media will allow. To know more than this, I suppose you'll have to follow Johnny Chan around or figure it out on your own. Reading tells is not a magic trick that can supplant playing solid poker, but the occasional tip from an opponent can be absolutely wonderful to bail you out of a tough decision and this book has helped me spot that. Winning one extra hand here or there can change a poker night into a huge night, don't cheat yourself out of it by skipping this quick read.
5.0 von 5 Sternen The framework for tells is transformational! 13. Februar 2014
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What Zachary Elwood has done with this book is create an architectural framework for reading poker tells. It's really quite remarkable what he's done by placing tells into their respective situational importance. As an Enterprise Architect, I help companies study and develop architectural frameworks that allow their business to run more smoothly and efficiently. He has the mindset of an Enterprise Architect but has the ability to explain his framework to the average poker player. This is the single factor that sets this book apart (and better than) any other book on tells.

If you only read one book on tells, this is the one to get. Even if you are intellectually lazy and don't want to learn to read tells, this book will teach you how to avoid giving off your own tells. If you think tells are unimportant, you're wrong. Read this book and win more money at poker. Easy to read and very informative.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Poker Tells Book I've Read 16. Januar 2013
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I've been playing about 4 years and am pretty good at reading people. A lot of the tells in the book I knew but it helps to reemphasize them so you know to look for these things. I play a lot of live poker and if youre knew to live poker this is a must. Its good even if you're not new. I've read most of the tells books out there including the one written by Navarro and Helmuth (of course Caros as well) and those are a joke compared to this book. This book gives REAL LIFE tells that I see all the time in low stakes. Those other books mention stuff like someone leaning in more or hands closer inwards equals strength which are rediculous; I never see that in a live game. Or if someone starts shaking their leg. How often to you see that? Um never. This book talks abotu how quick someone acts or stares at you etc. THESE are things that are real tells you see every day. Very Good Book.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great current tell book 15. Januar 2013
Von Andrew Wayne Spyker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read the book once and plan to read it again. I believe it has already benefited me in my own game. Anyone who plays should read it to (at the very least) consider what tells they might be giving off themselves. I also have already used it to not only avoid giving off tells, but project some false tells at weaker tables.

Some of the points get a bit repetitive throughout the book but that is to be expected as types of tells do repeat and I believe the author uses the repetition to allow you to logically group similar tells. The book uses a "new" format as compared to other tell books that I believe correctly focuses on tells as related to specific point in time in the action (no single tell means the same thing at all points in time).

I also like the personal information that concludes the book. I don't want to spoil that for other readers, but I sorta wish some personal antidotes found their way into earlier content. I think reading this section first might also help people justify the book as it gives you good insight into the author's credibility.
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