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Quantum Poker -- a pedagogical tool to learn quantum computing that is fun to play

@inproceedings{Fuchs2019QuantumP,
  title={Quantum Poker -- a pedagogical tool to learn quantum computing that is fun to play},
  author={F. Fuchs and Vemund Falch and Christian Johnsen},
  year={2019}
}
Quantum computers are on the verge of becoming a commercially available reality. They represent a paradigm change to the classical computing paradigm, and the learning curve is considerably long. The creation of games is a way to ease the transition for novices. We present a game similar to the poker variant Texas hold ’em with the intention to serve as an engaging pedagogical tool to learn the basics rules of quantum computing. The difference to the classical variant is that the community… Expand

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