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The Power of Tells
I traveled to a casino to play a tournament this weekend. Qualified for day 2 but got coolered twice in a row and busted so I went straight to the cash game table.
This hand is played at 5/10 limits
I raise 30$ K10 of spades on the button, small blind folds big blind 3-bets to 120$.
He's been doing that all night and been very aggressive pre. I call
Flop comes Q93 rainbow. He bets almost 2/3 pot 180$, I decide to raise to 500$, he tanks for a while calls,
Turn comes a 10, he checks I check back and decide to make a decision depending on the river but mainly giving up.
The river is another 3. He immediately announces all-in, we are playing for my effective stack of 2200 ish.
My first thought was to initially give up, but I was looking at the hand and his timing to make decisions on literally every street was weird and so different to every other hand I played with him. Whether he bluffed or had the nuts he would tank for over 30sec. But this time he didn't take more than 3 seconds to call, raise or go all-in.
Now the fun parts come, I look at him to get some information and for some speech play and I shit you not he was shaking like a Nokia 3310. It was so extreme I first thought of a terrible reverse tell at first, but then I look at his pulse and it looks like he's a few seconds away from a heart attack.
I take another few seconds and throw a chip in. He turns AK for a complete bluff. The entire table of 60+-year-old look at me as if they had just seen Jesus. Heard the usual, "you really want to burn your parent's money" (I look very young) "You're not gonna last long here making plays like this, but good call"
Guess the lesson here is if you are 6k down on the session and know you can't control your emotions, you should probably wear a hoodie or cover yourself at least a little when making a 200bb bluff!
It's not that crazy of a hand, but thought it was good enough to share!
Made 4.8k profit at the juiciest 5/10 I ever played.
Oh and also, for dudes trying to make it in this game, calm down on the bum hunting, this table started heads-up 1v1 against a fellow reg. Sometimes you gotta start a table to get them interested to play. The fish would rather join a table that's already running 3 handed rather than seat on a brand new table and as soon as he sits down 7 guys magically appear to play. He's not stupid, he knows what you're doing, doesn't seem like the best way to treat the guy who makes your salary but that's just my opinion.
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