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Psychological research in poker - be part of it and test your skill

edited April 2019 in General Poker Questions

Hi everyone,
My name is Michal Mojzis and I am a psychology student at Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies in Brno, Czech Republic. For the purposes of my bachelor thesis, I am conducting an online research using game simulation of NL Hold ‘em.

In this research you can test your poker skill and compare your result with other players. There are also some rewards for participation – three players will be drawn and rewarded with $20 each.

Poker psychology is a topic that is often discussed between players, however there is a gap in the findings of academic psychological research that traditionally examines poker only as gambling. This research attempts to change the way how science studies poker and also to bring new findings into the game. Your participation would help with it.

If you are interested, please give it a try at:

More information about the research can be found on the first page.
I will be glad to answer any questions you might have.

Thank you for your time it‘s highly appreciated.


  • mojzmim
    edited April 2019

    The collection of data for the purposes of the research finished.
    Once again, I would like to thank all participants very much.

    Final information, draw results (rewards for participation) and the link with the recording of the draw can be found at:

    Have a nice day.

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