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(Dear reader: These are the last two pages of Elements of Poker.) During bad times, we get unhappy. Let’s say we wanted to be less unhappy during bad times. We could train ourselves to do it, if we were to use our bad times as opportunities to practice getting better at getting over bad times.Read more
Before anything flows, there must be a difference. Between different elevations, water flows. Between different pressures, air flows. Between different poker players, money flows. In the world of reciprocality, it’s not what you do that matters most, and it’s not what they do. It’s both. Reciprocality is any difference between you and your opponentsRead more
Dear reader: This happened in 2003… For my birthday last year, Kay my girlfriend enrolled me in a fiction-writing course at Stanford. “Maybe you could get rich by writing a book about being broke,” she said. “Others have.” I went to all ten three-hour evening sessions. I did my homework and I paid attention inRead more