When studying behavior at the poker table we found that the value is only unlocked when you look at behavior on an individual basis. Poker tells are not generic behaviors applicable to everyone. Learn more here.
Conventional poker wisdom says that the face is the best place to look for tells. This assumption is totally wrong. Poker tells are much more prevalent in the hands and here's why.
The Empatica E4 was a key tool in helping us really understand the nature of physiological arousal at the poker table.
Manually coding nonverbal behaviors after recording hundreds of hours of data would not have been possible without Frame.io. Learn more about how this tool helped us gather data on poker tells.
There is a huge difference between using video examples to support what you want to say about poker tells and actually doing RESEARCH on the behavior of poker players. This video explains.
Books are an incredible communication medium. However, when it comes to learning how to read poker tells, they fall short. Learn why reading a poker tells book can do more harm than good.