The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win by Maria Konnikova - A Review

The Biggest Bluff - Maria Konnikova

The Biggest Bluff is one journalist's foray into the world of poker. However, this is not just another poker story. It is more of a journey into the discovery of self as much as it is a look the world of poker. This is a book that explores the human psyche and why we do what we do.

WHY I LOVE IT
What makes the best autobiographical books shine is their honesty. The Biggest Bluff is no exception. I love the realism and the depth of self-reflection in this work. I could see myself in many ways through the eyes of the writer as she undergoes various new and familiar experiences.

DISLIKES?
None whatsoever.

WHO WILL ENJOY THIS?
Anyone who values self-knowledge.

Many thanks to Pengun Press for the review copy.

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