In the April issue of Ante Up magazine, columnist Mike Wolf talks about something that I see frequently at the poker table.
I recently played the WSOP Circuit in West Palm Beach FL. On Day 2 of the main event, I overheard two players at my table discussing strategy. This is bad for several reasons.
Wolf talks about a few of the reasons, then says:
You clue your savvy opponents in on how to exploit you. If you show your cards, tell the truth about what you had or discuss the hand you just played, you're giving your foe vital information.
Information is power when it comes to poker. We need power to win so I would advise you to skip the discussion while at the tables.