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Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' is an excellent book that can really help your game, but it is a prime example of information that must be taken in context. The information on ''tells'' is both subtle and simple, but you really have to see it to believe it. The book points out that although people may try to pretend that they are weak when they are strong and strong when they are weak, if you pay attention, you can usually distinguish what their intentions actually are. Unless you can relate on a gut level to what Mike is saying, this book seems superfluous. It is all relative to your point of view, on how your sense of perspective frames the circumstances. You need the ability to step back, in your mind, and become an outside observer and ''see'' the entire frame that includes you. Although it sounds strange, and difficult, it is actually easy. You only need to maintain a sense of balance and keep your sense of humor. A good example of a well balanced perspective about gambling in general can be seen with Ford's ''How to Gamble at the Casinos Without Getting Plucked Like a Chicken.'' If you read it before you read ''Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' or along with it, it will help the pieces fall into place easily and naturally. It all depends on how you look at it.

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Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' is an excellent book that can really help your game, but it is a prime example of information that must be taken in context. The information on ''tells'' is both subtle and simple, but you really have to see it to believe it. The book points out that although people may try to pretend that they are weak when they are strong and strong when they are weak, if you pay attention, you can usually distinguish what their intentions actually are. Unless you can relate on a gut level to what Mike is saying, this book seems superfluous. It is all relative to your point of view, on how your sense of perspective frames the circumstances. You need the ability to step back, in your mind, and become an outside observer and ''see'' the entire frame that includes you. Although it sounds strange, and difficult, it is actually easy. You only need to maintain a sense of balance and keep your sense of humor. A good example of a well balanced perspective about gambling in general can be seen with Ford's ''How to Gamble at the Casinos Without Getting Plucked Like a Chicken.'' If you read it before you read ''Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' or along with it, it will help the pieces fall into place easily and naturally. It all depends on how you look at it.

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Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' is an excellent book that can really help your game, but it is a prime example of information that must be taken in context. The information on ''tells'' is both subtle and simple, but you really have to see it to believe it. The book points out that although people may try to pretend that they are weak when they are strong and strong when they are weak, if you pay attention, you can usually distinguish what their intentions actually are. Unless you can relate on a gut level to what Mike is saying, this book seems superfluous. It is all relative to your point of view, on how your sense of perspective frames the circumstances. You need the ability to step back, in your mind, and become an outside observer and ''see'' the entire frame that includes you. Although it sounds strange, and difficult, it is actually easy. You only need to maintain a sense of balance and keep your sense of humor. A good example of a well balanced perspective about gambling in general can be seen with Ford's ''How to Gamble at the Casinos Without Getting Plucked Like a Chicken.'' If you read it before you read ''Caro's Book of Poker Tells'' or along with it, it will help the pieces fall into place easily and naturally. It all depends on how you look at it.