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Old 07-10-2019, 03:42 AM   #1
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always a strong hand tell?

Triton Montenegro 2019 main event 110k day 3.

greenwood x/r all in on flop.

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watching greenwood's eyes they move up looking at his opponent. he does this multiple times in the hand. in my live game experience I wanna fold in this situation if i don't have a good hand. in this spot if i was badziakouski i'm getting my chips in anyways with Ad8d on that flop regardless of the tell.

I find live players who don't have a hand won't move their eyes up like greenwood did if they are bluffing. if they have a hand they do the same thing with their eyes as greenwood does. I can count over 10 times i have bluffed players who don't have the same eye moments as greenwoods and have folded a few hands when they give me the eye look. anyone else see this and exploit it?

I haven't watched the rest of the final table and am doing it now wondering if he does that eye movement with bluffs and made hands since it is a super high roller event i believe with the best players in the world playing in it.

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Old 07-21-2019, 01:23 PM   #2
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Re: always a strong hand tell?

I actually have seen this from Greenwood on other occasions in the WSOP. I think in the hand where he lost AA.
Too bad he rarely plays in my cash games.

Seriously, it is an obvious tell, but I think half of the high rollers are not even looking for things like this.
Seeeing the cards makes it easy of course, plus we have to double check how he looks when bluffing
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