Temporary signs in poker

Temporary signs in poker

The most eloquent about the strength of a player’s hand is the temporary Tells in poker – the speed of decision making. In online poker, the player is given enough time to advertise the action, but not as much as one can think in offline institutions. Therefore, most players try to make quick decisions until the timeout has expired. Paying attention to the duration of meditations of rivals, you can make assumptions about the strength of their hands:
Instant Reraise on Preflop – talks about strong cards that allow you to not think about whether to go up or not. Most likely, he has a large pocket pair, since with other hands one should think about whether to do Raise and what size.
Fast bet on the flop – most likely, the opponent made a continued bet without gaining the flop. He has strong starting cards, but he did not put a combination on the Flop, otherwise he would have thought about how to play the rally.
Raise or Beth after long meditations – for sure a very strong hand is played, and the appearance of long meditations indicates that the player wants to show doubts about the choice of the action – whether to take a chance or not. In fact, he wants to lure you into a trap and expects Call or Rise from your side.
A very quick decision Check or Call – the poker player decided in advance that he would not raise or raise as long as other participants thought and took advantage of the automatic decision-making function. This allows most poker customers to make a tick in one of the fields, for example, “Call”, “Check or Fold”, etc. Using these functions means that the player has a mediocre hand – weak or medium strength.
Evaluating the signs, you should pay attention to the quality of communication of participants – in some poker clients a special indicator is displayed. If the connection level is low – the player can make decisions both quickly and with delays. While the connection is stable, it will hurry to declare the action, and if there is a failure, there will be delays.