Caro's Book of Poker Tells

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Cardoza, Mar 15, 2003 - Games - 320 pages
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One of the ten greatest books written on poker, this must-have book should be in every player's library.  If you're serious about winning, you'll realize that most of the profit comes from being able to read your opponents.  Caro reveals the secrets of interpreting tells - physical reactions that reveal information about a player's cards - such as shrugs, sighs, shaky hands, eye contact, and many more.  Learn when opponents are bluffing, when they aren't and why - based solely on their mannerisms.  Over 170 photos of players in action and play-by-play examples show the actual tells.  These powerful ideas will give you the decisive edge.  320 pages

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User Review  - daddio88 -

its a classic for any poker player and worth reading. there are better overall poker books out there but they dont cover the same subject. pictures are old and outdated but you get the just of it. a good compliment to your poker library. Read full review

Still a classic

User Review  - abs0zer0 -

This book started as something of a cult classic but has exploded in popularity in the past few years and Im glad I picked it up even while the authors writing style left much to be desired as far as ... Read full review



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Mike Caro, the legendary "Mad Genius of Poker," is the world's foremost authority on poker strategy, psychology and statistics, and the author of many best-selling poker books including "Caro's Book of Poker Tells". He is also a leading contributor to "Doyle Brunson's Super System", the bible of poker.

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