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Chuck Clayton Mastering Poker Math

Interview with author of Mastering Poker Math Chuck Clayton

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Hi, and welcome to the show!

On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming Chuck Clayton to talk about poker math, his work authoring two books about poker math called Mastering Poker Math volumes 1 and 2, and how you can use these books to help you learn poker math, and improve your business using what you learn.

Chuck’s background includes being a principal mechanical engineer in design and development, a principal systems engineer, and a principal quality engineer. He was issued a BSME from Michigan Tech University and an MBA from Pepperdine University. He is also a certified Raytheon six-sigma expert and a Toastmaster Advanced Communicator Gold. Chuck is also Chairman of the Texas Board of Advisors for the International Cancer Advocacy Network.

Chuck works with individuals and organizations who want to apply the skills and strategies that successful poker players use to overcome tough business and/or military challenges. He can teach you to think like a poker player and transfer that skill to whatever profession you are in. All of which Cluck teaches you through his results-oriented training.

Did you know that poker can help improve your business? It can teach skills such as resilience, competitive assessment, adaptability, strategic thinking, emotional intelligence and so much more. So, if you’re a business owner, and you want to gain a competitive edge, then reach out to Chuck to learn how.

To learn more about Mastering Poker Math, or to contact Chuck directly, click the link below.

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