Poker tell video: Watch the flop

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Mike Caro poker-tell video
Watch the flop

▼ TYPE  Poker tell       ▼ TIME  1 minute, 3 seconds
Video notes

What you see in this video ranks among the most profitable tells in poker. The game is hold ’em and when the flop comes, you’d better not be watching it.

If you’re watching it, you’ll miss the tell.

Bonus notes

The Laws of Tells at the end of many of these videos are extra information and don’t always apply to the preceding tell.

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Known as the “Mad Genius of Poker,” Mike Caro is generally regarded as today's foremost authority on poker strategy, psychology, and statistics. He is the founder of Mike Caro University of Poker, Gaming, and Life Strategy (MCU). See full bio → HERE.

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  1. Other players tend not to like to see you doing this. I sometimes get players glaring at me when I’m watching them instead of the flop. If you haven’t seen it yet yourself, you can’t “tell”.

    1. This is why I wear sunglasses. They can’t see me looking at them, so they don’t notice and adjust accordingly.

  2. i love these videos because not only do i catch someone elses tells but i also erase my own tells..cant wait to finally make a living on poker =)

  3. Grrr… Mike I thought we had a deal. You weren’t going to mention this one again. It works so well it should be in every poker player’ arsenal. I practiced it again last night at my weekly amature poker league. It’s like knowing the future. What gets me is noone at the table(s) is watching back. I also have fun with this one when I am not in the hand. And don’t think amature league players are not serious. At one point at my table last night two(2)players had won trips to Las Vegas (from Florida) and one had won a cruise. All the trips were for two people.

    1. Don’t worry, Rich. Poker1.com people don’t tell. What happens at P1, stays at P1.

      I’m well aware of the way many amateur poker league players take the game seriously. I’ve given seminars for several already.

      Straight Flushes,
      Mike Caro

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