Re: Live Deep 98 spot
Something to think about, OP: you thinking the villain was concerned with your turn call and seeming nervous on the river might have actually just been signs that he was relaxed. I see this misunderstanding a lot; people think Player X is acting nervous, when in fact Player X is just relaxed enough to give away various facial movements and looks of concern, whereas if Player X was actually nervous, he'd be completely stoic and not giving any outward signs of concern. (For instance, if this player had QK and decided to bluff-checkraise you on the turn, for instance, would he really be giving off the same symptoms of concern that you noticed? Maybe he would; but that's not common in my experience.)
Something to think about anyway. It's definitely something that's player-specific and something you can try to correlate as you observe a player throughout a session. He folded in this case, which is really weak, so maybe he was actually concerned on the turn, but I can't imagine most players with top two pair on the turn being actually concerned. But this guy could be a very anxious dude.
Last edited by apokerplayer; 08-12-2012 at 02:23 PM.
Reason: bad writing