Verbal Poker Tells

  • by Zachary Elwood
  • Narrated by Zachary Elwood
  • 7 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Verbal Poker Tells is the follow-up to Zachary Elwood's acclaimed book Reading Poker Tells.
When poker players talk, they sometimes reveal information about their hands. Verbal Poker Tells describes the most common and reliable verbal patterns poker players have. More importantly, it gives you a framework for thinking about and analyzing verbal behavior at the poker table. The author analyzes many real poker hands: some from televised poker shows such as The World Series of Poker, Poker After Dark, and High Stakes Poker, some played by the author, and some submitted by other players.

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Customer Reviews

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Great examples and hand breakdowns

Where does Verbal Poker Tells rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's a completely different audiobooks as it deals with vocal and physical tells. It's dry topic unless you're a student of poker.


What other book might you compare Verbal Poker Tells to and why?

Navarro's books on Poker Tellls


Have you listened to any of Zachary Elwood’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes


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- julian gonzalez

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Where does Verbal Poker Tells rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Among the highest.


What other book might you compare Verbal Poker Tells to and why?

There are no other books or audio books that I know of that explore verbal poker tells with this much depth or even at all. For audiobooks on poker perhaps Phil Gordon's Little Green Book or Jarred Tendler's Mental Game of Poker because these are books with good but different information that are appealing to be listened to over and over again.


Which scene was your favorite?

It is not a novel. All of the information is palatable and useable immediately.


What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

The idea that when someone is bluffing they are less like to "limit their range" verbally. Brilliant concept explained by the author of the book,


Any additional comments?

I am so appreciative of the knowledge and wisdom of this book. I do not know how I ever played without listening to it before. I now have an idea of what players most likely mean by what they say and also know what not to do in my own playing behavior.

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- Deb

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-17-2014
  • Publisher: Via Regia