Heads-up limit hold’em poker is solved

  title={Heads-up limit hold’em poker is solved},
  author={Michael Bowling and Neil Burch and Michael Bradley Johanson and Oskari Tammelin},
  pages={145 - 149}
  • Michael Bowling, Neil Burch, +1 author Oskari Tammelin
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • I'll see your program and raise you mine One of the fundamental differences between playing chess and two-handed poker is that the chessboard and the pieces on it are visible throughout the entire game, but an opponent's cards in poker are private. This informational deficit increases the complexity and the uncertainty in calculating the best course of action—to raise, to fold, or to call. Bowling et al. now report that they have developed a computer program that can do just that for the heads… CONTINUE READING
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