A collection of writings on the topic of startups and poker.
What Start Up Founders Should Learn From the Worlds’ Best Poker Player
How startups are like professional poker
Why Running a Startup is Like Playing Poker
What running a startup and poker have in common
Poker and Startups: What They Have in Common
How are Poker and Angel Investing the same?
How playing Poker can help as an entrepreneur
Poker pro Phil Gordon’s 6 steps to startup (and gambling) success
8 Valuable Startup Lessons I Learned From Playing Poker
5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Poker
8 poker tactics that apply to startups
The 10 Biggest Poker Players In Silicon Valley
10 Reasons Why Poker Players Make For Great Entrepreneurs
Why Tech Entrepreneurs Make Great Poker Players?
Why Silicon Valley’s Elites Are Obsessed With Poker — And It’s Not Just Because Of The Money
A Dozen Lessons about Business and Investing from Poker
A Dozen Lessons about Angel Investing from Jason Calacanis (Poker Edition)
How Poker Is Like the Startup World, From a Real Pro – Jason Saltzman
What Successful Poker Players and Entrepreneurs Have in Common – Diana Kander
Why Venture Capitalists Should Invest Like Poker Players
How 3 Poker Players Used Their Winnings to Build Their Startups
Are Poker Playing Entrepreneurs More Successful?
How this LA venture capitalist went from professional poker player to tech investor
Poker Lessons for Entrepreneurs – Charlee S. Newman
Startups, Luck and Poker
Fundraising Is Like Poker–How Startups Can Play The Game
High Stake and High Tech – Silicon Valley’s Elite Startup Poker Home Game
Why Millionaire Poker Pro Ludo Lacay Quit Poker for an Internship at Tech Startup
Chamath Palihapitiya, Founder, Social Capital
Jason Calacanis, Super Angel, Author, “Angel”
Founder, Weblogs, Mahalo, Inside.com, ThisWeekInStartups
David Sacks, Co-founder, Craft Ventures, Yammer, COO PayPal