Poker Pros to Match Wits against Artificial Intelligence

By Renee | January 8, 2017 Poker pros will play heads-up NL Hold’em against a new artificial intelligence system developed by the Carnegie Mellon University to find out if the odds favour machine or human. The game will begin at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh on January 11 under the banner “Brains vs. Artificial Intelligence: Upping the Ante.” Four poker pros—Dong Kim, Jason Les, Jimmy Chou, and Daniel McAulay—will play 120,000 hands of heads up NL Hold’em over 20 days for their share of $200,000. Click Here For Sites Still Accepting USA Player Libratus, the computer they will play against, was created after a similar contest of last year when the previous computer developed by The Carnegie Mellon University, called Claudico, got a chip stack much smaller than three of its…

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