Originally Posted by jdr0317
Mike Caro ITT.
Mike Caro had a way of making it simple for amateurs to beat poker with basic strategy advice and tells. I've been playing some low limit spread live, and this is absolutely good advice against the weak sauce. Mike Caro won't make you a world champion, because not everyone is going to give you info about what their hand is so easily, but definitely like his advice on just about anything at the lower limits. The higher up you go, the less tells there are but, there's always tells. And, I think Mike Caro's psychology deserves a shout-out too rather than Mason Malmuth's "mathematical model of tilt".
Also, wear a hat. Sunglasses are kind'a unfriendly, but a hat is super standard and you can hide your eyes adequately against the weak sauce.
And Zachary Elwood's book is also super strong in the tells category.