Poker A.I. PokerSnowie Up €16 Million in Challenge
Advanced A.I. PokerSnowie racked up €16 million in profit against 2,900 players in the first 30 days of the ongoing Challenge PokerSnowie event.
Challengers recorded nearly 2 million hands against PokerSnowie since Dec. 12 but the Game Theory Optimal No-Limit Hold’em software held on to a global winrate of 20.83 bb/100.
Once you remove players who played less than 100 hands the number of hands drops to around 1,577,227 and the winrate goes down to 14.11 bb/100.
But that still means PokerSnowie has earned a considerable €8.5 million profit.
Challenge PokerSnowie Part of Poker Coach Training Program
For those unfamiliar with the program PokerSnowie is an optimal-play Texas Hold'em AI based on neural networks and mathematical modeling and developed from playing literally millions of Hold'em hands.
Challenge PokerSnowie is offered as part of PokerCoach 2 so players get a chance to compete directly against what the team calls “probably the world’s best No-Limit Hold’em poker player.”
To learn more and get a 10-Day Free Trial,
download the PokerCoach software right here.
As one might expect in the ongoing Challenge, PokerSnowie won more against weaker opponents while some world-class players were able to get away with small victories over the software heads-up.
Is PokerSnowie unbeatable? Not entirely. On January 16 the A.I. actually recorded its first losing day, which was expected as the quality of opponents had been increasing all month.
Check out our video of Dan "jungleman12" Cates facing off against PokerSnowie below:
You May Also Like
The massive PokerStars UKIPT Nottingham event began at the Dusk till Dawn poker club in England today with hundreds of players taking to the...
11 April 2012
Day 1B is over at the PokerStars EPT Madrid main event and David Benyamine, Faraz Jaka and Nicolas Levi are among the leaders.
13 March 2012
This weekend was all about the Sunday Million’s sixth anniversary with slyfox15 of the Netherlands emerging victorious from a field of more than 33,000.
12 March 2012