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I just finished Tetlock's brilliant "Superforecasting". Whilst a bit long winded it makes some interesting points. The main premise is that the best forecasters do not have a crystal ball or even strong opinions but make their best guesses and then continually update their models as new information arises. Sounds like declarer play.

Christmas holiday is coming up and my wife made me promise no work and no bridge books, Bridge Workd or Bridgewinners. I am already feeling anxious.

Can anyone recommend their favourite books with no bridge hands but have influenced how you play or think analytically or improved your general problem solving abilities? Many thanks. 

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