Unless you spent some time watching the 2013 Masters Golf Tournament recently, you most likely have never heard of Tianlang Guan. To be honest, the first I heard of him was after his amazing first round at the Masters, which is played at the Augusta National Golf course in Georgia. Guan shot a 73, one over par in that first round, which for most professional golfers would be a pretty decent, but not great first round on this very difficult golf course.
The name of the game seems very exotic and mysterious sounding. It should. It originally hails from India, and has been around since the 1860s! It was first known at “Pachisi,” which in turn, descended from a more upscale version of the game, called “Chaupar.” It is said that an ancient Emperor had a life sized Chaupar board built into his gardens, and used his harem girls as the pawns moving about the board..
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But she came out very tight on Sunday with the 3 over 39 totally negating her usual confidence, and she just couldn recover. A lot of people were shocked with her 1 over 73 in the final round, myself included. Kim, but she gotta be very disappointed with how she no showed on Sunday.
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GROSS: You write in your book, though, you know, we’re supposed to be rational creatures. Plato wrote about how we’re rational creatures, and we should be making rational decisions, but you learned that that’s not exactly how decision making works, that there’s a lot of emotional parts of the brain that come into play when making an intelligent decision. Can you talk a little bit about that part of the brain and how it helps inform decision making?.