How to Play Your Hand: Lessons from Poker for Negotiators


Friday, November 5, 2010 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm


UNLV Cox Pavilion at Thomas & Mack Center

Poker Negotiation Transcript - Click here.
This transcript was published in the Volume 2, Issue 2 of the UNLV Gaming Law Journal.

Play to win ... at everything.
In life, as in poker, how you play your hand is often more important than the cards you are dealt. Before entering any game or negotiation, are you prepared with a strategy for success? This special presentation is your sure bet to learn the expert tactics employed by master poker players, seasoned gaming

executives, and scholars who know what it takes to command and maintain the winning edge at the tables, in business dealings, during legal proceedings, and in life in general.

Free and open to the public; no RSVP required. For more information, call (702) 895-2486.

Click here.

Photo Gallery
To view photos of this event, click here.
(Adobe Flash required)

Media Links:
9-10-12  - KNPR's State of Nevada: The Art of Poker and Negotiating

10-12-10 - Gaming Today: Poker Lessons

11-08-10 - The Rebel Yell: Saltman series features pro poker pointers

11-09-10 - Las Vegas Sun: Poker star Annie Duke finds place in pop culture, intellectual circles