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Of flops and teraflops: In search of the perfect poker player

I’ve just taken a beating at poker. When the chips were counted after one hundred hands of Texas hold ‘em against the former European champion, I was down by almost 10,000. The beating, although inevitable, wasn’t unrelenting. I’d successfully slow-played … Continue reading

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