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After spending 25 years in the FBI training agents on counterterrorism counterintelligence I got lucky enough to have Joe Navarro then train me on how to analyze understand non-verbal communication at the poker table The knowledge Ive gained from him over the past half a decade is by far the most important skill I have to bring to the game that consistently evolves as poker players globally get better better They master percentages situations strategy concepts but not enough study or comprehend what Mr Navarro has put into his newest book entitled 200 Poker Tells In this book you will learn clear concise information that you can immediately put to use and most of the tells will still be relevant for the next few decades as peoples natural habits reactions dont seem to change much over the years When someone is leaning forward its because their interested in the hand when you see someone pursing their lips its because theyve witnessed something their unhappy with Now these tells may seem simple to you but did you honestly notice them or put them to use before Did you really know what you were looking at or why it mattered when a player leaned forward or pursed their lips when the river came out Navarros book made me aware of my surroundings at the poker table It will give you insight into simple situations human behaviors that are naturally occurring right in front of you The cards mathematics are still crucial to the game but if you can lessen the obvious tells that you give off and pick up on tells that make you want to fold or call where you normally wouldnt have then youve already won by purchasing reading the foremost authority on non-verbal communications newest book
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