This is a discussion on Pluribus bet sizes within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; We all know that Pluribus beat six PrroHold'em players recently.It is said that AI Pluribus makes "unusual" bet sizes and sets traps, too.
I found nothing about the traps. In the description of the game Pluribus says that he learns himself. And for his training enough $ 150 portable. At the end of the 12-day session, Pluribus showed a result of 5 bb / 100, which is considered a very strong result, especially against such professionals.Since the game was played with blinds of $ 50/100, this corresponds to about $ 5 for each hand. 10K hands were played. He won a good amount from the pros. Chris Ferguson, a participant in the experiment and the champion of the WSOP in 2000, mentioned the fine stakes on the river and the ability of the bot to squeeze profitably.And if someone creates a self-learning virus . Then the entire global computer network will collapse.
July 12th, 2019, 8:54 PM
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Very interesting, I would love to see some of the strategies that were implemented. Donk betting seems fair play lol