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Timing Tells (2) - Basics

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Timing Tells (2) - Basics

by MiiWiin

We've already covered how to recognise timing tells and how important they can be in part 1.

The focus now is on transferring this knowledge to other areas. Who makes these tells, how can they be recognised and what can they reveal? How can you protect yourself from making tells, even on a subconscious level?

Overview:

As mentioned in the last part, there's a lot to explore with this topic. However, you should try to concentrate on the essential things.

Bearing this in mind, there are four important questions to ask yourself:

  • Does my opponent make timing tells?
  • Do I make timing tells?
  • How far does my opponent think?
  • In which situations are timing tells particularly important?
 

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Comments (4)

#1 EuanM, 24 Aug 11 13:00

Useful stuff!

#2 benedeklevi, 24 Aug 11 19:45

drives me crazy when in a gold article on such a word like weak, pops up a detailed explanation, then i can not close it. arghhhh

#3 kukkiwonBG, 25 Aug 11 19:21

#2 +1

#4 David, 26 Aug 11 08:43

@2: This is a known bug, we are working on it. Meanwhile you could switch the glossary off under Home -> Profile Settings