In major AI win, Libratus beats four top poker pros

Marking a major step forward for artificial intelligence (AI), Libratus, an AI developed by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), has resoundingly beaten four of the best heads-up no-limit Texas hold’em poker players in the world in a marathon, 20-day competition. After 20 days and a collective 120,000 hands played, Libratus closed out the competition Monday leading the pros by a collective $1,766,250 in chips. “I’m just impressed with the quality of poker Libratus plays,” pro player Jason Les, a specialist in heads-up no-limit Texas hold’em like the other three players, said at a press conference yesterday morning. “They made algorithms that play this game better than us. We make a living trying to find vulnerabilities in strategies. That’s what we do every day when we play heads-up no-limit. We tried everything…

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