I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to take their live game to a new level!
He simply gives the readers the tools they need to be able to identify tells and correlate them with that particular player's behavior.
This book Reading Poker Tells by Zachary Elwood is a cut above Caro & Navarro on tells & how to read them.
I actually felt this could have been longer, or have gone into more detail, or have drawn from more real-life examples - more hands.Published 6 days ago by Luke Brimblecombe
I consider this book a modern update to Mike Caro's book on poker tells. Since Caro's seminal publication, poker players have changed the way they look at poker tells in general. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Colin Mcelhatton
Lots of helpful tips but just remember not to get over zealous with your reads. See you at the tables
Discusses this subject honestly and sincerely. Watching other players and thinking about what Zachary has written in his book can be very helpful and prevent you from losing.Published 5 months ago by George Jones
Just seemed a little derivative. The subject is itself, well, subjective, so maybe a great tell book can't be written.Published 8 months ago by William
What Zachary Elwood has done with this book is create an architectural framework for reading poker tells. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brandt
A good place to start if you are interested in poker tells. Also this guy has one of the best Twitter accounts in poker (@boilerplate)Published 8 months ago by MikeBizzle
In the narrowest definition, a poker "tell" is a passive observation that correlates to the strength of a player's hand. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aaron C. Brown
Good read, although the author does repeat himself quite a bit. The info is pertinent and will be helpful to serious poker players.Published 9 months ago by Ron