# ESP Biography

## VINCENT TJENG, MIT senior studying Computer Science

Major: 6

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2017

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## Past Classes

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M11415: The Math Behind Poker in Spark 2017 (Mar. 11 - 12, 2017)
How do you make the best decisions while playing poker? Well, thinking of it from a mathematical perspective can help. In this class, we'll consider how 1) the size of antes should change the way you think; 2) bluffing (sometimes, but not always) can help; 3) position matters; 4) probabilities should change the way you behave. Come learn how to be a better poker player!

M10563: The Math Behind Poker in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
How do you make the best decisions while playing poker? Well, thinking of it from a mathematical perspective can help. In this class, we'll consider how 1) you can use the odds of winning when on a drawing hand to decide whether or not to fold, call, or raise; 2) the number of other players remaining in the hand can affect the relative value of starting hands; 3) your stack size can affect the way you play; 4) tournaments and cash games are different and 5) bluffing (sometimes, but not always) makes sense.* * We might switch some of these topics!

S8382: Estimation: Fermi Questions! in Spark 2014 (Mar. 15 - 16, 2014)
How many bubbles are there in a bubble bath? How many carbon atoms in a person? Learn the basics of Fermi Questions, then test your powers of estimation in the Fermi Derby!