AI Beats Poker Pros, Wins $800,000

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Jan/27/2017

An artificial intelligence created by Carnegie Mellon’s Tuomas Sandholm has demolished four top poker pros.  

Libratus was laying waste to real live poker pros as part of a tournament taking place over the course of this month. Sandholm, a professor of computer science, helped develop the bot along with his student, Noam Brown.

Libratus won $800,000 as a result.  No word on what he plans to do with that $800,000.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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