Pulled from the tells
"Another question to ask yourself is “what are my opponents doing with their chips when the action is not on them?” Many players are constantly riffling their chips and the speed at which they’re riffling can tell you something about their hand. If your opponent’s chips are moving at a furious agitated pace it usually means that they’re nervous about the strength of their hand. But, if they are moving their chips in a slower, more relaxed manner, typically they feel more relaxed about their chances of dragging the pot."
i see it the other way, if i see a guy rifling the hell out of his chips, he's ready for action and has a killer hand that he cant wait to bet or raise with it. its like getting ready for a fight or something, your bouncing around getting your blood pumping and your adrenaline running cause the action is about to commence. if i see a guy just rifling his chips non-chalantly i assume he's just goin with the flow and has no intentions of getting involved, he's doing what he does when he's not even in a hand, however if he does hype up the action i am very wary. any takes?
"One of the more rare but most reliable tells is “If there’s food in their mouth, watch out!” In card rooms and casinos
where players can get food at the table, even the loosest players tend to be more patient when their food arrives. The game takes a second fiddle to whatever they are eating and while they’ll still play their good hands, rarely if ever will someone run a complex bluff or gamble with a marginal hand. If a player is betting and raising while they’re eating give them credit for a good hand."
GOOD AS GOLD!