All In by Geoff Graber
Poker Night Lessons for Winning Big at Your Career

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All In: Poker Night Lessons for Winning Big at Your Career goes beyond any of the other bestselling poker books on the market and at last tells you how to put your poker playing skills to use in the business world. What if the rules and strategies of poker were the same as those More...you use in your real life? What if your real life were an exciting game filled with challenging opponents and chances to win big? What if your job was as much fun as your weekly poker game? Well, it can be - and All in will show you how. With this book you'll learn how to: know the rules and know your opponent; define your playing style and leave your emotions at the door; make the most out of a great hand and minimize your mistakes; know when and how to bluff, and know when you're beat; and always keep them guessing, and know when to go all in! The modern-day world of corporate politics is very similar to poker. It's a game where anticipating your opponent's next move and making educated guesses at the cards they hold in their hand is just as important as knowing how to play your own hand and having a strategy for how you want to be perceived by others. All you have to know are the basic rules of the game to benefit from this book. Its theories and ideas can be applied to all facets of the business world. From the student to the CEO, anyone who is looking for a way to take control of their career and have fun while doing it will benefit from this book.

 

About Geoff Graber

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Geoff Graber is an executive at Yahoo!, where he has held a variety of positions, including leading Yahoo! Games. Prior to joining Yahoo!, Graber enjoyed a successful career as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and executive in the interactive entertainment industry. He holds a B.A. in East Asian Studies and Business from UCLA. Graber lives in San Mateo, California, and plays poker with friends and colleagues or online whenever he has a chance.
 
Published August 24, 2010 by HarperCollins e-books. 229 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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