Linus Rylander

writer, entrepreneur, maverick


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Emotional autonomy in football

I've taken an interest in football, mostly against my will. My brother got "hooked" maybe two years ago and has talked about it constantly. You just end up learning about the teams and the players and whatever else, and before you know it, you're glued to the TV cheering for your favorite team.

Football, by the way, is the one where you have an actual ball that is typically touched by actual feet.

So, yesterday, Paris Saint-Germain were the away team, facing their epic rivals, Olympique de Marseille.

It was an incredible game, but what was even more incredible was the referee.

Poker and Pickup: Thinking Levels

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As I've been immersing myself in poker, I've been overwhelmed by the parallels with pickup, in theory, practice, and in my experience as a student.

I'm not sure if this is pure coincidence, my mind trying to find a pattern where there's not one, or a genuine underlying pattern that probably extends to other areas of learning.

Pickup is the only other thing I can think of that I learned rapidly and by immersion. I made it my world for a year or two. As a result, I remember the learning process, whereas something like web development I can't really remember because I've been learning gradually.

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