"I Tell you now, I dont have any Tells"
A thread of common tells
. I'll kick start it with a few :-
You stare a man down and he glances up at you and smiles (this involuntary gesture is invariably an indiction of a bluff) (Unless they're a hardened pro).
They relax back in their chair and spread their arms - commonly a sign of a bluff.
The "overtalk" - an increase in the amount of talking, particularly sentences like "i'll give it a go" or "why not" - often an indication they are sat on something big (and i dont mean their fat bum!).
Glancing at chips immediately after the flop - often an indication they have hit something.
Spotting the rookies (their tells):-
The necessity to quote their earnings from poker.
The necessity to state that they make a living from "this".
Relentlessly moaning about bad beats.
Over-defensive when trash-talked to.
The necessity to say 'WOW' or 'Unbelieveable' or 'What are the odds
?' etc when they see an uncommon hand or scenario.
Any More ?