Originally Posted by chicubs1616
Not to be insulting, but your question is dumb. There is no tell-tale sign that someone has two pair. If I told you every time your opponent exhales deeply he has two pair would you believe me??? It's about instinct and your personal reads. The same goes for can you tell if someon eis on a flush or straight draw? Does someone have trips? You have to make educated guesses on whether you are beat or not. Remember top pair is not always the best hand. One thing though, if you hold KK and raise preflop a substantial amount and your opponent calls. If the flop comes Q-5-2. It is probably very likely he does not have two pair. If you bet and he raises, he might have AQ or trip 5's. Just use your head and think logically.
if youve got two face cards for ex. raise preflop a nice amount, the guys not gonna call with Q2
if not, he might limp in with it and say 9Q2 pops up on flop and youve got AQ and didnt raise preflop, youre thinking, ok he cant beat me ive got top pair with top kicker, but hes got two pr.
to eliminate the dude who limps in with low kicker, just eliminate the limper preflop