Should I put poker on my resume?
This is obviously not a matter of life or death, but do you guys think I should put texas holdem poker as one of my interests? I am an intermediate player, I think of the expected value of my hand and people's range, and play pretty tight aggressive. However, I don't really consider other statistics consciously and have only played very small stakes with friends, online, and in European casinos. I don't view poker as gambling, but others, such as my parents, may. I know for Aaron Brown from AQR poker was a gateway to finance and risk management. What is the worst that can happen, if I put it on my resume?