A Cornell study suggests that the more hands that poker players (particularly novice players) win, the less likely they are to be ‘in the black’ over the long run. The phenomenon reinforces the behavioral economic observation that players tend to overvalue frequent small wins, while discounting occasional significant losses. Sorta like the New England Patriots winning every game in the 2007 NFL season, then losing the Super Bowl. D’oh! Read more.
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