Really enjoyed “The Greatest Bluff” by Maria Konnikova.
It’s about Maria Konnikova, a harvard grad psych author who goes on a quest to learn how to play poker as a way to explore the topics of luck and skill and decision-making. Along the way she becomes an international poker champion winning over $300,000 and playing in the main event of the World Series of Poker.
The book is very entertaining. Talks alot about strategy (military theory), game theory, decision making and psychology. About luck and skill to how it relates in games than in real life.
Check also her two other books “mastermind” (book about mindfulness) and “confidence game” (this book is about conning).
Being most of us here are or were fan of the “Process”, I’m sure you’d love the book. I’ve read this book thrice. Over the last two months.
Here is an article from the guardian to give you a glimpse of what the book is about. https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/jun/27/the-game-of-life-maria-konnikova-on-what-she-has-learnt-from-poker
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