CMU’s poker software challenges world best poker players

April 25, 2015 11:12 AM

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Carnegie Mellon University’s poker software is now at war as it challenges four of the world’s best professional poker players – Doug Polk, Dong Kim, Bjorn Li and Jason Les. The challenge called “Brains vs. Artificial Intelligence” will start on April 24 at Rivers Casino.

The challenge will feature the software dubbed, Claudico. Caludico will play 20,000 hands of Heads-Up No-limit Texas Hold’em with each of the four poker professionals. For the pros, an appearance fee will be given, provided by Microsoft Research and by Rivers Casino. On the other hand, CMU is compet...

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