Poker Plays a Role in Harvard Classrooms

Fascination with the game of poker is turning out to be an ace in the hole for educators. At Harvard, the card game is used in algebra classes and in law-school classes. Harvard law professor Charles Nesson tells Scott Simon how he and his colleagues deal with the subject.

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