What are the odds of a Harvard law professor being wrong?

Harvard law professor Charles Nesson thinks we should teach kids to play Texas Hold 'Em. Unlike chess, blackjack, or old maid, "poker is a game you play against equals, and skill is what brings you a good return."

Listen to him on NPR or, if you think that'll poison your mind, check out an earlier article in the WSJ ($).

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