Exploiting Poker Tells

Narrated by: Zachary Elwood
Length: 6 hrs and 17 mins
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Zachary Elwood is the author of the popular poker behavior books Reading Poker Tells and Verbal Poker Tells. Exploiting Poker Tells is the third and final book in Elwood's poker tells trilogy. 

In this book, Elwood focuses on practical, real-world considerations, answering questions like "When great poker reads are made, what factors are involved?" and "What behaviors are important to pay attention to and which should be ignored?" 

Exploiting Poker Tells includes: 

  • More than 140 detailed hand histories, some played by the author, and some played by others
  • Interviews with well-known pro players about reads they've made and their thoughts on tells
  • A quiz to test and reinforce reader learning
©2017 Zachary Elwood (P)2017 Zachary Elwood
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A Must Read for any serious poker player

Could not wait to get in my car to listen.
Zachary really researched all venues and he had a special approach due to his first hand ...pun intended..
knowledge of many well known players.

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Wonderful Trove of Information

This was an incredible book. The author explores so many different leaks in my own game. This and his other titles have proven to be worth every penny

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Great narration and explanations

I learned a lot, even my own mistakes listening to this book. I highly recommend it for players who enjoy the "acting and bluffing" part of poker.

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Highly recommended

As a mostly recreational cash game player I new there were a lot tells my opponents were given off but I didn't know what they meant or what I should be looking for. After reading this book I was able to immediately identify the massive tells my opponents were giving away. This really upped my game especially in spots were I was on the fence about what to do. His examples were given from his own hand history and was easy to understand.

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More than just a book on tells

For sure the best poker tell book I have read or listened to. It also provides great insight On overall betting patterns and putting opponents on ranges. Possibly not the best book for beginning poker players? Author/writer speaks in a fast monotone voice, but, who cares! The content is super enlightening!

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great informative book

goes into details that helps you get the advantage on the other player at the table

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Great stuff

Solid ideas with lots of examples so that you can use the concepts at the table

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  • 07-26-18

pure amazing.. a must have

if you want to get bett3r then why avoid learning from the best? this is a must have for any real poker player

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Awesome info

Lots of great hands examples! Zach breaks down a lot of hands and explains it quite well.

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  • 06-02-20

Well worth the cost of a credit

I haven't actually played live poker in several years although have played as a professional previously and now as a serious hobby. I bought this book on the strength of verbal poker tells which was referenced in a podcast/youtube poker video and then bought this from the same author. I found this book immensely interesting and thought of aspects where I realise I have played hands badly in the past.

If my play improves by a fraction of a percentage then with enough hands this book will pay for itself many times over, it might be several years till I play live poker but there are enough aspects that apply to online poker and I have no time regrets listening to this. it will probably be on my list of books I can fall asleep to, each example hand has its own chapter so it will get lots of repeat listens.

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  • 09-20-18

Really informative and helpful book on the subject

Great book and very helpful in understanding the subject. I've used many elements in my game already.

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  • matdei
  • 07-16-18

Excellent Book

The best book series on poker tells. I enjoyed Zachary books and I highly recommend them.