In 2004 he earned a PhD in Mathematical Finance from the Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. Before this – in 1996 – he received an MBA from Bradley University, Peoria, USA. In 1997 he graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague in the field of probability theory . He worked as a scientific researcher at the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He earned his first money at school solding his own software to analyze the game Black Jack. His profile is in the well known Griffin book, which collects data on advantage players. He is excluded from entry to all Casinos in Las Vegas. Currently he is working intensively on presentation of electoral system Democracy 2.1 and gives lectures around the world. During the last six months he introduced D21 in the prestigious universities and think-tanks in the UK, France, the United States, Austria and Romania. He is close to fellowship at Cambridge. In the Czech Republic in recent elections he realized the D21 experiment as the largest electoral data collection in the country's history.