- farvel P. Plysbjørn
A resolutely neutral facial expression may not be the best strategy when playing poker, a new study concludes. Rather, researchers found that opponents of "emotianally positive" players mistakenly folded more often. They conclude that "the best 'poker face' for bluffing may not be a neutral face, but rather a face that contains correlates of trustworthiness.""
- henvisninger til net-artikel (freakanomics.blogs.nytimes.com , som jeg ikke har læst) på forsiden af International Herald Tribune)