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Riddled with plagiarism, very disappointing
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2017
I read Nassim Taleb's Fooled By Randomness and then started reading this book. It felt like deja vu in the first few chapters since so much content has been lifted directly from FBR. I didn't do word-for-word comparisons, but others have. The plagiarism was so strong, I had to go research it to make sure I wasn't fooling myself. Sure enough, Dobelli has been outed as a plagiarist. I got through 30 chapters or so before I started feeling too guilty to continue.
I can't even recommend this if you want a cliff notes version of Taleb, Ariely, Kahneman, et. al. Just read the originals. They go way more in-depth and properly reference the work of others.