I identify as a straight male, lol jk. Attacking SB and BB from the button (no one raised before) or SB attacking BB (no one raised before), like 70%-30% situation that he is weak i guess. Pre flop raise and after flop that came like ( 2,5,8) he continues to bet, usually representing (AK, AQ, KJ) and missed the flop and few other cases when you can use intuition. But i like to know the opponent, see the chip stack, follow remaining players( in tournaments ofc) and play by those rules.
The opponent starts to run around his eyes, he starts repeating the same action many times, he does not look into the eyes, some are easy to read, but there are people who can not be read, it is already, of course, heavier.
you can identify your opponent when he is bluffing. how do you identify?
One way is flop texture and if an opponent is very aggressive. On dry flops where an opponent C-bets frequently I give him less credit for having an actual hand and instead raise them or make a float play on the turn.
depends on the bluff usually the one who knows what he does just when a letter comes out to connect a project many make it meaningless and when you have been sitting at a table for a long time many times they leave signs of their gameplay I identify myself as a harassed player but reasonable
The brazilian poker pro André Akkari says in his videos on youtube that for a success bluff you need count a story, if you can't count a good story your bluff will not be successful. Well, based on this I try to analyze the villain actions if anything make no sense generally means that it's a bluff.
The only caution necessary is to read the villain range, what your image at the table, and if there are some indication that he can make traps.
If you are in the last position and the villains from bb call your bet of 3x and call your cbet on a flop with possibilities of flush, and check/raise you in a turn wich he can complete a flush, generally it's meaning that the villain have got a flush.
When the villain in late position, that always play with aggression, just limp, you need to take care. Supposing that you raise and he 3bet you, or if in a flop you raise and he raise allin, generally it's a trap, difficultly anyone do this for bluff, unless in specific situations with reads of your style or when he are short and there are no fold actions.
watching how the villain plays previous hands can give you a good look. When you are positive that the villain is bluffing, you can shove Value bets to scare em off, ive done this a bunch of times and had some success every tim. So basically you have to watch the villain, of how he plays and the style he plays.