re: Poker & How to read peoples hand
There's no foolproof way to read someone's hand, however practice will go along way. If you are playing live, you have alot more factors such as body language, physical tells
, etc. Online is a little tricky, however putting in the volume (hundreds of thousands of hands) will enable you to rely on past situations to pretty much pinpoint what most people have (or are trying to represent) in most situations. Something I like to do is even when I'm out of the hand either live or online, I'm always watching the table and gathering information/geussing what they have the entire time...after a while, you will be significantly more keen to the game.