1. Scratching –
When a player is at your table and is uncertain of the play he or she is about to make, the player will begin to fidget and scratch parts of his or her body. If you notice a player fidget and/or scratch when placing or raising a bet, it would be to your advantage to call the player’s bet or raise the stakes even further if you have a good hand. If you follow this tip while playing poker on PokerQQ, you will find yourself in some luck even in that game.
2. Blinking –
When a player blinks repeatedly, it is a good indication that the player is lying about something. If the player puts down a big amount of chips and you or someone at the table asks or comments on what kind of hand the player has and the player says he or she has a good hand but is blinking a lot, then most likely the player is lying about the good hand. I must warn you that you need to study the blinking pattern of the player before you can call his or her bluff.
3. Twitching –
When a player twitches his or her mouth, nose or eyes, it usually means the player is trying to hide an excited expression. If you see a player twitch when receiving his or her hand, it usually means the player has a good hand. If a player raises the bet that the player put down and the player twitches, it would be a good idea to fold if you do not have a great hand because the player who twitched probably has a great hand.
4. Nervous talk –
If you see a player at your table talking more than normal during the hand that is being played, it usually means he or she is nervous about something. If you or another player puts down or raises a bet and the player who is supposed to go next to bet begins talking to you or the bet placer more than normal, it is a good indicator that he or she is phishing for a tell from the bet placer or you; if that happens, it usually means the player is not sure about his or her hand.
5. Wide eyed –
If a players eyes are wide open without blinking that much, it usually means he or she is pleased with his or her hand. If the player puts down a sizable bet with non-blinking wide open eyes, it would be wise to fold if you do not have a strong hand.
6. Relaxed –
If a player appears to be relaxed during game play, it usually means he or she is confident with the hand that was dealt to him or her. If you see a player, who is relaxed, putting down or raising a bet, it would be a good idea to fold if you do not have a strong hand.
7. Over Exaggerating –
If you see a player over exaggerate a tell, it usually means he or she is trying to give a false tell. If you see a player over exaggerate a tell, it would be wise to think the opposite of the tell he or she is trying to convey.