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  • Reading Poker Tells | Zachary Elwood

    Reading Poker Tells

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Zachary Elwood
    • Narrated By Zachary Elwood
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    Reading Poker Tells is being called the best book about poker tells by many players, both amateur and professional. Besides cataloging the most common poker-related behavioral patterns, the book gives a mental framework for analyzing and remembering poker tells.

    dave says: "I'm a Better Player Now"
  • Exploiting Poker Tells | Zachary Elwood

    Exploiting Poker Tells

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Zachary Elwood
    • Narrated By Zachary Elwood
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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?" 

    Johnny Dang says: "Awesome info"
  • Verbal Poker Tells | Zachary Elwood

    Verbal Poker Tells

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Zachary Elwood
    • Narrated By Zachary Elwood
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    When poker players talk, they sometimes reveal information about their hands. Verbal Poker Tells describes the most common and reliable verbal patterns poker players have. More importantly, it gives you a framework for thinking about and analyzing verbal behavior at the poker table. The author analyzes many real poker hands: some from televised poker shows such as The World Series of Poker, Poker After Dark, and High Stakes Poker, some played by the author, and some submitted by other players.

    julian gonzalez says: "Great examples and hand breakdowns"
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