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bluff

1. a steep promontory, bank, or cliff, esp one formed by river erosion on the outside bend of a meander
2. (of a bank, cliff, etc.) presenting a steep broad face

bluff

[bləf]
(geography)
A steep, high bank.
A broad-faced cliff.
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It was a relatively short psychological study designed to measure the effectiveness of bluffing, but its results hold true to this day.
However, if your table image is that you are a loose and aggressive player then you should not bluff because you will be called as an opponent will believe that you are always bluffing.
She found that, in general, poker players were poor judges of the bluff, concluding that most overestimate the attempts at bluffing by infrequent bluffers and underestimate the attempts of the frequent bluffer.
It was a short psychological study designed to measure the effectiveness of bluffing but its results hold true to this day.
TORONTO -- Bluffing is a skill that can give poker players a psychological edge over opponents.