“I highly recommend the book to any person because it excels at telling stories about three things I love: self-improvement, poker, and decision-making under imperfect information conditions. The Biggest Bluff details her journey from being a journalist to being a professional poker player. That’s an accrual of divergent skills. She explores the role of luck and the importance of differentiating it from skill. That’s so hard; part of the challenge of becoming a professional poker player is balancing your confidence in your playing ability with understanding how much variance and luck are involved with your life. Despite all the noise and variance happening in one’s poker journey, you have to temper your highs so as not to become overconfident and downplay luck, while also avoiding getting so beaten down that you doubt your own abilities” Read more...
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