Businesses could learn a lot from a seat at the Poker table

Via Creative Generalist, this Harvard Business Review article asks a particularly relevant question for businesses in an age of fluid markets and information ubiquity. If competitive advantages don't last long, if "hypercompetition" is the rule, the "skill of getting out of things" and refocusing an organization is just as important as being able to recognize opportunity in the first place. I wonder what businesses could learn from Poker pros about letting go of a once-solid position.