Thinking in Bets

Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts

Annie Duke

A poker player teaches us how to decide under uncertainty


The quality of your decision has only a partial impact on the outcome as it is driven also by a sheer/bad luck.

You can make a great decision but can have a bad luck. In that case, people usually link the bad luck to a bad decision which is a fallacy.

I finished only about half of the book, it started drifting into stories about people and regurgitating ideas from other books.

March 12, 2022 |