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Poker Pros: Misreading another player's sigh could mean big trouble

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Posted: Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:05 am

A common criticism levied against the young generation of Internet-trained poker players is they are often oblivious to the physical and human element of the game. This isn't surprising, considering most of the players who developed their skills online had little reason to invest time or thought into how to read physical tells or behavioral patterns, and it wasn't until they put their pants on and attempted to transfer their poker skills to major live tournaments that they realized they were lacking something.

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