Science of Poker

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Friday, 14th October 2016
7.30PM - 10.30PM
Suitable for over 18s
£10 concessions
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Get your game face on – it’s poker night at Science Oxford.

Brush off your pack of cards 
and outplay Lady Luck with an evening of poker probability and psychology. Learn more about the head games that define what happens at the poker table with mathematician and author of The Perfect Bet Adam Kucharski and psychologist Danielle Shore, who’ll show how your poker face can affect your opponents’ decision-making. Their talks will be followed by a friendly poker tournament – the perfect opportunity to put into practice the science of poker.

Chips included as part of ticket price.

Talks 1 hour
Friendly tournament up to 2 hours – win a bottle of champagne!



St Aldates St Aldates Conference Centre
40 Pembroke St , Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BP

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