Annie Duke

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Annie Duke is a former poker pro who has shifted her focus to decision making. She won the 2004 World Series of Poker and the 2010 National Heads-Up Poker Championship, amassing career winnings of $4m. Now, she is looking at why people make decisions that aren’t in their long-term best interest, how we can gather more information information that would allow us to make better decisions, and how we distinguish between the elements of luck and skill in the outcomes of our decisions.

Check out our interview with Annie Duke, author of ‘Thinking In Bets’.

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