Understanding the Intentions of Others

Erik Seidel is arguably the best poker player ever and is in the Poker Hall of Fame.

But he doesn’t count cards – he observes his opponent’s behavior.

Erik Seidel remains on top because his style of play is a psychological one based less on mathematical outputs and more on understanding the human element according to the Maria Konnikova, author of The Biggest Bluff.

To learn the intentions of others, look to the other side of silence not necessarily what they say.

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