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Professor Michael Bowling of University of Alberta, tests out his groundbreaking bot, Cepheus. Cepheus has played 24 trillion hands of poker.


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Cepheus is a computer program that has drawn strategic conclusions on limit hold 'em poker, analyzing more hands than the collective human.


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By playing billions of hands against itself, Cepheus has learned the best strategy for heads-up, limit hold'em — a spin-off of the popular card.


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The methodology is sound. If you could actually beat it by more than the precision to which the game was solved it only means there was a bug in the programming. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof, etc. So it might take away the erroneous added value for raising and getting the nuts to fold. There is no way for a human to play the perfect counter strategy without computer assistance either so the likelihood you beat Cepheus long term is slim. Fyi I am quite literally, a genius. Also since Cepheus never 4 bets preflop what does it think of my 4 bets?? Re: Cepheus the "Unbeatable" bot is beatable.

Cepheus the "Unbeatable" bot is beatable. River 6 Go here checks I bet 20 Cepheus calls with J5 and loses.

I plan to play a session of at least hands later and record and upload the video to debunk this bot.

Deep blue beat Gary Kasparov. Keeping in mind I think cepheus poker overvalues betting and calling and undervalues folding so dont bluff and bet middle pair and bottom pair for value all streets.

A four card straight and ace on board and this program calls on the river with bottom pair?? Not sure why you think their algorithm is somehow flawed though. At least some calls and raises but to just call in position when you could put another bet in preflop with Aces join.

core poker training criticising just 3 card poker flash. Could you elaborate more specifically why you think CFRM or the author's implementation of it is poor?

So I would not necessarily read too much into any one aspect of the currently available Cepheus's strategy. Lets simply look at the preflop play. If you ever play the hand differently you are burning money.

Ok I first read about Cepheus the so-called "unbeatable" poker bot back in January when it first came out. It defies logic. Flop A Cepheus checks I bet 10 Cepheus calls. When I heard about how Cepheus learned I did a quick run in my head. But I assume OPs ranges on the river should be quite polarized, so it shouldn't really make a difference whether bot is calling with A2 or 52 on the river.

Correct so far? Now of course it's going to learn to regret link the nuts also, I understand that.

I believe the common explanation is that the fraction of a small bet you miss in 4betting can easily be recouped in later betting rounds and 4betting makes other strategic options untenable in later rounds.

Of course, continue to play against Cepheus, keep track of your results and hand histories, and keep us informed of your battles against the purported GTO Cepheus.

How can it play against that never doing it itself? Get a real sample like hands and then we can tell for sure.

I won The program played very poorly in my estimation. Why does it never 4 bet? I don't play limit HE, so I don't really know what ranges look like. If there is someone else whoes disproved it please let me know. Originally Posted by lMikro.

I'd be interested to hear what other people think and I'd really cepheus poker to hear results of your match with the bot.

Of course you'd need to randomize those hand on earlier streets for deception, but on the end when theres only 1 more bet to call I think Cepheus would be better off calling with the same overall frequency but with the higher end of cards.

A GTO strategy will does employ non-deterministic plays, meaning mixed strategies. Anyways has anyone else played it and want to post results? Well according to Cepheus it would randomly play the hand differently at spots so don't be such a know-it-all.

The first I did well and won The second half I was tired and playing bad so I played poorly but whatever I lost.

Seems obvious. I believe that sort of https://promo.opt-modaya.ru/poker/full-tilt-poker-wont-update.html is frowned upon on 2p2. I played Cepheus last night for hands to test my theory out.

You'd have the same frequencies to pick off bluffs except youve simply strengthened your range on the end. I bet every street and Cepheus called down every street with bottom pair jack kicker. Also, I think most people believe that there are multiple Nash equilibria in heads-up limit hard rock casino ft lauderdale florida, meaning that different local strategies may not be shared across all of the equilibria strategies.

That can't be GTO. The last hand I played basically sums up how bad Cepheus plays. Ok I played hands. I was hoping some more people would play Cepheus and post their results here instead of just doing what everyone else did, accept their conclusion without evidence.

And it might have raised on an earlier street randomly according to the program. What do you guys think about it's preflop play, specifically never 4 betting only calling a 3bet preflop?

Please try to explain how never 4 betting preflop is GTO. I understand that winning 92 big blinds over hands doesnt mean I've debunked it yet, but after how many https://promo.opt-modaya.ru/poker/poker-journal-template.html would cepheus poker be undeniable?

I'll try again tomorrow when I'm not tired and we shall see what happens. A certain pct raise, a certain pct call, a certain pct fold.

I even read David Sklansky saying that even though he couldnt beat it, that it wouldnt extract as much money from a bad player as he would.

Again I'm thinking it should 4 bet with mostly the top end and some of its lower end, and just call cepheus poker mostly with the lower end and occasionally with the top end.

The problem with this method that became readily apparent to me is that the computer is going to assign more value to betting raising and calling and check this out value to folding because the random computer its playing against is going to be folding the nuts sometimes randomly to bluffs.

Is it just laughing to himself going "you're going to regret that idiot"? I play full ring NLHE. This is GTO play? You are correct to be skeptical. Should be funny. The J5 hand is utterly standard. Turn 7 Cepheus checks I bet 20 Cepheus calls. How is never 4 betting preflop GTO?

However the exploitability numbers were for the perfect counter strategy to Cepheus' play and the number was something like. I raise to 20 and Cepheus calls 10 from the bb. I was interested and thought it could be possible to GTO solve hu limit holdem But then I read about the way see more these non poker playing computer scientists supposedly solved the game.

You can't just isolate pieces of the strategy or take a limited set of results and expect them to stand on their own as evidence. Then he would do that action with a higher frequency until it reached an equilibrium where profit is maxed.

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The authors of the paper included the exploitability numbers for Cepheus so yes very truly Cepheus is not unbeatable. He probably chose J5 as calling hand because of good blockers and pot odds. Yeah you got this buddy. Also looking at the bots preflop play. Now I could see this was going to be flawed so I decided to sit back and wait for someone else to debunk it. Which is another important thing. It could be smaller as most of their results are usually reported in millibets or something like that and I don't remember if the exploitability numbers were reported as such. However, your description of how Cepheus developed its purported GTO strategy is not correct. Especially concerning matters of recursive programming. And I don't appreciate being ridiculed or called clueless. The Alberta boys have been on this trail for many years and have access to innovative algorithms and nearly unlimited computer power and memory. So it was not a bolt out of the blue when they made their most recent announcement. Who has Cepheus beat? I believe the authors also commented on the number of hands it would take for you to play Cepheus and have significant confidence that your winrate wasn't simply due to chance and it was a ridiculous amount of hands. Three months later and the only articles I can find online just take the creators claims as true. The whole idea is to play against one's own nemesis which will lead to a Nash equilibrium it did not simply play randomly against an opponent making random plays given enough time, resources, and improving algorithms. Maybe the regretful 4 bets are still there in memory somewhere. So if you see a "strange" play, it may well be attributable to a low-likelihood mixed strategy occurrence and is likely not cause to dismiss Cepheus's claims. Btw I have never played heads up limit hold'em before this. Which would be true of a GTO solution, but why is everyone so accepting that Cepheus is unbeatable??