Ever wondered how much money you could make playing poker if you always knew what cards your opponents held? Most people just play their hunches. Sometimes they're right, sometimes their wrong. With some, lose some. But what if you could be certain when your opponent is bluffing, when he holds just an average hand and when his hand is unbeatable. You'd never lose, because you'd always know when to raise and when to throw your hand away. That's exactly what the more than 170 photographs in Mike Caro's Book of Tells will teach you by showing the proven Body Language of Poker. With these long-guarded professional secrets, you'll know for certain what poker hand your opponent is holding, almost as if he's shown it face up on the table! This is the most important poker book ever published, because it deals with what the game is really all about. Most players think that poker is a card game. They are only partly correct. Poker is a game of psychology played with cards. Knowing the odds is important, but knowing the players is all-important. Here is the first book that lets you know the hidden secrets most players inadvertently reveal. Even the greatest gamblers have some giveaway behavior that will tell you something about the quality of their hands. And the photographs in this book clearly illustrate when a player is bluffing, when he's got a wining hand and WHY!