Many professional poker players will think that they are better than many other players. This is something called illusionary superiority, where people, through the bias of their own success, think they can do anything without failure. Such a false belief works in all sectors and circumstances. Most people will think something is inferior to another thing. Twenty-five percent of people think they are among the best in having the social skills to talk and be friendly with others. With poker, players who have played and won tournaments will always see themselves as the favourite, completely blowing up their poker skills which are not that good. There are many reasons for this from being self-serving and having an inflated ego to various biases based on one’s incompetence that they don’t recognize. People must have the competence to look at their own misgivings and flaws to see that they are not infallible. Being bad at playing poker usually means misreading the expressions of others and predicting what the draw will be and having the best hand over everyone. Every claim people will make about the poker expertise can easily be proven false.