Playing like a Poker Pro in Life/Investments/Career with Chris Sparks

Talking this week with Poker Pro Chris Sparks on everything from game strategy to deciphering A.I. capabilities and catching bots. With Founder, CEO, and Performance Coach of The Forcing Function we’re taking it back to the beginning where we dive in with Chris about an interesting online alias “GoMuckYourself”, grabbing seats at poker tables in Vegas, exploring his latest paper “Play to Win: Meta – Skills in High Stakes Poker” and using behavioral science and system thinking to lead a new generation in the game and the investing world with Peak Performance Architecture.

 

Find the full episode links below:

 

Read Chris’ Play to Win: Meta- Skills in High-Stakes Poker and his honorable mention to check out Fortune’s Formula: The Untold Story of the Scientific Betting System that Beat the Casinos and Wall Street

Follow along with Chris (@SparksRemarks) on Twitter, and check out the forcingfunction.com website.

 

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