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Topics in Cognitive Science, ISSN 1756-8757, 04/2017, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 497 - 509
Games are more varied and occupy more of daily life than ever before. At the same time, the tools available to study game play and players are more powerful... 
Chess | Video games | Poker | Intelligence | Games | Expertise | Research methods | SPEED | QUALITY | TIME | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | Cognitive Science | Humans | Video Games
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1997, ISBN 9780028617367
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The Chronicle of Higher Education, ISSN 0009-5982, 05/2010, Volume 56, Issue 37
Intuition is not always wrong, but neither is it a shortcut around the hard work of logical analysis and rational choice. The trouble with intuition is that... 
Decision-making | Intuition | Reasoning | Analysis | Methods | Cognitive style | Experts | Logic | Causality | Decision making
Journal Article
Wall Street Journal, ISSN 0099-9660, 07/2005
Mr. Moneymaker's travails are nothing compared with those of Stu Ungar. He is the subject of "One of a Kind" (Atria, 316 pages, $25), a book that was intended... 
Card games | Books-titles -- -Multiple review | Nonfiction
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Wall Street Journal (Online), 07/2013
  More than 6,300 players, each paying an entry fee of $10,000, gathered in Las Vegas early this month for the championship event of the 44th annual World... 
Card games | Poker | Tournaments & championships | Online gambling
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Wall Street Journal, ISSN 0099-9660, 07/2013
  [...]against this range of pairs from sixes up to aces, your "equity" -- your winning chances averaged over all of those possible hands -- would be just 27%. 
Poker | Tournaments & championships | Game theory
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