I noticed two waitresses only during the peak hours of both Saturday and Sunday of this past weekend. I am considering trying to get into one of the tournaments, but I didnt see any on their web site. Although, in the te couple of weeks, I have noticed a consistent upgrade in the amount of mistakes, hand reading, personality, etc. The Bravo system does not appear to running smoothly just quite yet, although I did not have more than a 20 minute wait during peak hours on Sunday or Saturday this past weekend. July 21st, , We write the algorithm that computes the strategy.
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Sandholm said that Libratus also will limp sometimes. Libratus is a Latin word, meaning balanced and powerful. It identifies some paths for playing a hand as not promising. Over time, the algorithm starts to ignore those bad paths. We write the algorithm that computes the strategy. Another change has to do with endgame strategies. Rather than rely on abstractions for endgame play as Claudico did, Libratus will use the Bridges computer to do live computations with a new endgame-solving approach and algorithm.
The AI must make decisions without knowing all of the cards in play, while trying to sniff out bluffing by its opponent. Solving such a game has many real-world applications in areas also characterized by incomplete and misleading information, such as business, military, cybersecurity and medicine, Sandholm said. The algorithms are not poker specific but rather apply to a myriad of decision-making situations of incomplete information.
To ensure that the outcome of the competition is not due to luck, the four pros will be paired to play duplicate matches — Player A in each pair will receive the same cards as the computer receives against Player B, and vice versa. One of the players in each of these pairs will play on the floor of the casino, while his counterpart will be isolated in a separate room.
For this second installment of Brains Vs. AI, the pros have agreed to increase the number of hands to improve the chance of reaching statistical significance, that is, ruling out with high confidence the possibility that either the humans or the computer win by just getting lucky.
Play will begin at 11 a. July 21st, , Originally Posted by poker d player. July 28th, , I was wondering if anyone was there this past weekend? If so have they cleared up some of the problems with the inexperienced dealers? Also, what were the waiting lists for the tables like? I heard the past weekends it was pretty long.
August 14th, , 2: Here's a posting from a local blog hope that is ok to post. I will take out the blog name This provides some useful info: I have yet to visit the Meadows, although I plan to do so very soon. As far as the Rivers goes, I am able to put in an updated review and this is what I have noticed. The floor has become much more acclimated with the action of the room and they appear to be moving the lists much more quickly.
The Bravo system does not appear to running smoothly just quite yet, although I did not have more than a 20 minute wait during peak hours on Sunday or Saturday this past weekend.
The dealers have shown marked improvement, although there still is a lot to be desired. Although, in the te couple of weeks, I have noticed a consistent upgrade in the amount of mistakes, hand reading, personality, etc.
The action in the room is still top notch. Granted, nothing could have been much fishier than the first week, but I have yet to sit down at a table and not notice at least 3 easy marks. To be honest, I think it has actually gotten worse. I noticed two waitresses only during the peak hours of both Saturday and Sunday of this past weekend. If there were more, they were nowhere to be seen and this is clearly a problem.
The Rivers has begun a bad beat jackpot. I am not certain of the qualifying hands , but I believe I heard Aces Full beaten by quads or better, both players holding pocket pairs and the boat holding pocket aces.
I like the addition of the high hands to the bad beat jackpot. August 14th, , 5: Yeah, well that bad beat is all most impossible to hit. It's usually a FH with JJ or better, beaten by quads. August 16th, , 7: I actually have a friend who is a cook at the Meadows in Washington Co. Alot of the people are there just to bet on horses, so they take their winnings from that over to the poker table.
He also said it's a "rough area", so I dont know how much you would care about that haha but just giving out a friendly warning lol. August 19th, , 9: I heard from someone who stopped by the poker room. They spoke with Matt, the current manager.
He said tourneys start in 2 weeks. He didn't mention anything about the stakes or format though. October 31st, , 1: I believe they have started tourneys: Looks like they have a schedule up on the web site: Halloween, they have a bounty tournament set for 2pm. November 21st, , 6: