Originally Posted by Bob148
Probably 95% of my lifetime poker experience has been online. Considering where I've been, where I am, and where I'm going, I don't think there's much of an edge to be found vs me if we're strictly speaking of psychology. I'm a ****ing mental fortress. My only weaknesses are hungry and sleepy.
So please tell me how one could use psychology vs opponents without having some sense of where the margins are.
Online players tend to telegraph their actions IRL while transitioning. They are not the most psychologically exploitable characters in my experience. I wouldn't even say if they tilt more or less than live players. They may dislike live poker, and it's slow pace.