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Pluribus Beats the Poker Pros

 
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:15 am    Post subject: Pluribus Beats the Poker Pros Reply with quote

An AI developed by Carnegie Mellon University and Facebook has become a Texas hold’em poker champion after defeating six leading professionals. Named Pluribus, the AI took on poker professional Darren Elias, who holds the record for the most World Poker Tour titles as well as Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, six-time World Series of Poker events winner and managed to win.

Pluribus' dominance over the mere mortals represents a breakthrough that might lead to applications of AI in real-world situations. That's because we often deal with multiple people and unknown information when it comes to things like political campaigns, online auctions and cybersecurity threats. AI could help businesses come up with the best strategies to handle those situations, research scientists say. And if you want to Buy Facebook Poker Chips, visit 777chips.com, a professional online in-game currency store.

Poker has long been used as a challenge problem in AI research because, as Brown and Sandholm explain in their latest scientific paper, Superhuman AI for multiplayer poker published in Science Magazine, "No other popular recreational game captures the challenges of hidden information as effectively and as elegantly as poker." Until now however, no bot has been able to reliably beat human players in a multi-player format, the way that poker is typically played. Pluribus was designed for six-max NLHE and took on some top poker players, all with successful six-max results and over $1 million in earnings.

Also, Pluribus often made much larger bets that human players typically avoid. Brown said this put Pluribus’ opponent into very difficult situations, which allowed the machine to make much more money with good hands than humans could.
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