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    May 03, 2010

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    Daniel S. Katz

    A somewhat interesting book talks about games of complete information (checkers, chess, go) vs. games of incomplete information (poker), with a little bit of computer science and modeling, and a little bit of politics: http://www.amazon.com/Cowboys-Full-Story-James-McManus/dp/0374299242

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