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A.I Poker, Is It The Future?

Concern is mounting in poker forums and chat rooms about poker “bots”, is it just paranoia or the future for internet poker?

With poker topping the $1 Billion mark this year, the emergence of so called “poker bots” has many long standing online players worried. These bots, capable of playing 24hrs a day to a pre-defined strategy are rumoured to already be in place at fixed limit poker on some of the major online rooms, fleecing newbies and poorer players of their bankrolls and amassing huge sums of money for it’s owner.

Is it just paranoia? Do thee bots exist? Two questions that have been asked in many forums of late. The simple answer is yes, they do exist, a little searching on the web will turn up a program which can be purchased or used for free as a demo on three of the top internet poker rooms. Fortunately, it’s not as simple as downloading the software and leaving it to run. The user must define a strategy for the software first, so the short term work is all done by the user, however, apparently once the setup is complete, assuming the user has a solid strategy which they have known to work at low level fixed limit hold em, everything should be plain sailing from there.

Should regular players be worried? Experienced players, it seems, should have no trouble in beating a poker bot, the software is designed so the user can pick on poor players and exploit their weaknesses and right now it can only play at low level fixed limit hold em. Some argue the togel hongkong bot is cheating, other say it’s simply playing in a way that they normally would, only for 24hrs a day. Poker rooms will ban users trying to use bots …

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Know When to Hold ‘Em – Situs Judi QQOnline Terpercaya



Before this year, my only experience with poker was at basketball camp when I was 12. We played during rest periods with Skittles for chips and about seven different wild cards per hand. Although fun, the game paled by comparison to other leisure pursuits, such as sleeping, and I never gave it much thought after that. Situs Judi QQOnline TerpercayaYet, during the past year, I have unexpectedly changed my tune. I’ve joined a weekly card game. I waste hours surfing online poker sites. I try to drop poker phrases like “bad beat” and “the nuts” into casual conversation. When I won $140 at the table in February, I spent weeks regaling everybody I knew with chapter and verse of my victory. Most reacted with raised eyebrows and condescension, but similarly afflicted friends of mine understood, greeting the story with measured awe, as if I were Amarillo Slim.


These days poker — specifically Texas hold ’em, the best version of the venerable game — is enjoying an unexpected renaissance among Situs Judi QQOnline TerpercayaAmericans in general, and twenty-somethings in particular. It is newly ubiquitous on television: The World Series of Poker, a single event which took place last May, is replayed on ESPN with obsessive frequency 10 months after it ended. The World Poker Tour, another set of tournaments located in casinos around the country, got picked up by the Travel Channel last year. In the fall, Bravo introduced its heavily promoted “Celebrity Poker Showdown” program, betting on viewers being riveted by a fifth-street showdown between Timothy Busfield and Coolio. But perhaps anecdotal evidence speaks louder: Three years ago, when I was a sophomore at Cornell University, there wasn’t a game to be had. By the time, I graduated, I could choose …