Well, Stan since early retirement, I have started playing poker semi professionally (I have played in the world series of poker main event a bunch of times and made money for both myself and my backers/investors). One of things elite poker players are good at doing is quick assessments risk and reward and quantifying the the possible outcomes while dealing with uncertainty. When you see a big pot out in the middle of the table it's hard to fold sometimes. But you not only have to look at the hand you are holding dispassionately but the *range* of hands your opponent could be holding and how well that match the board (community cards). I will never be at the very highst level (those guys are all youngsters) but I think after a decade of playing with them I am better at doing risk assessment than I was as a CFO of a startup biotech company.
I entered a hand in The SAS car game but ultimately had to fold and wait for a better opportunity despite the alute of what the care could be.