The Science of Bluffing (infographic)

Bluffing is a form of deception that is common and essential in Poker as well as many everyday situations. The body unconsciously leaks ‘gestural slips’ (aka “Poker Tells”) so if you know what you are looking for, you stand a better chance of calling your opponents bluff. Lie detection experts can spot deception a mile off and using our guide, you will be able too.

 

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