How do autistic people do at no limit Texas Hold ‘Em? It seems like they’d be awful at it. It’s unpredictable. And success requires in part the ability to read the subtlest of physical cues. Just a random thought while reading Positively Fifth Street.

D. Koller is mentioned in the book, Eric. Interesting, huh? Apparently she does game theory research that includes modeling of no limit Texas Hold ‘Em, and the book barely mentions the specifics, but from what I can gather, it seems to involve decision analysis. I dunno, I think it’s kind of cool, reading about academic research, and knowing the people mentioned. I dunno.