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“Whether at the poker table, dinner table or conference table, you sometimes need to adjust your play to the personalities of others.” (Page 92)
“For Mr. Romeo, now that you’re at the table, it’s ceased to be a game of poker.” (Page 24)
“She spoke first and said, ‘I know you are making less than some of the new hires, but we are on a salary freeze and I cannot give you anything at this time even though you deserve it.’ Robin was stunned. She had come in wanting to take an extra week’s vacation ...” (Page 29)
“... one of the most critical messages of the similarities between life and poker: ‘All you need is a chip and a chair.’ Nothing is impossible ...” (Page 134)
“When playing against men, she tends to dumb it down and—if she’s being honest—sometimes sex it up.” (Page 162)