Poker tell video: Sudden shaking

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Mike Caro poker-tell video
Sudden shaking

▼ TYPE  Poker tell       ▼ TIME  1 minute, 12 seconds
Video notes

This is the most consistently misinterpreted tell in poker. Often you’ll see subtle shaking — usually small tremors — in opponents who bet.

If they weren’t previously shaking, what does this mean? Could it be a bluff?

In this video, we find the answer.

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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