Players who cheat at the casino game of poker typically work in pairs or groups because it is difficult to cheat individually, short of getting a good look at other players’ cards. In order to determine whether you are playing at a table with cheaters, players should pay particular attention to the action followed by any two particular players. The betting patterns of the players (and their chip set) should draw special attention if there is a suspicion of cheating.
Some tell-tale signs of cheating at the poker tables typically involve betting designed to attract enough money initially into the pot, then pushing other players out of the action. For example in the game of Texas Hold’em, you might see two players betting lightly on the first one or two rounds of betting to encourage other players to spend their Texas Holdem chips.
On the later rounds of chip betting in the same hand, the two players colluding together will drive the betting up to a high amount which can force other players out of the game. This plan can obviously backfire if they are playing against someone with a superior