American developers have come up with a new level of poker machine designed to simulate the thoughts and actions of playing a real person.
The video machine includes bluffing and other professional moves taking virtual poker play to a whole new level.
The game was unveiled during the final table weekend of the World Series of Poker at the Rio with thousands of people having a look.
John Daley is the director of the company that designed the game and says players are able to compete against the slot machine, which is different from traditional video poker, where players gamble against a pay table trying to obtain their best poker hand.
He says the software uses a neural net, a technology-developed mathematical model designed through artificial intelligence that simulates the operation of a human brain.
“For a customer, it’s less intimidating than playing at a live poker table experience,” Daley said.
“In some ways, it helps a player learn the game of hold’em so they become comfortable with sitting at a live poker table.”
So as to give customers greater certainty about their stake the game is run off a limit structure as opposed to the no limit style sued in most tournaments.
Daley said most casinos have set up the machines with a $1 ante and blinds and wagering limits of $2 and $4, though one set the blinds and wagering limits at $20 and $40.
“This is a game that players of every level can test their craftiest bluffing strategies and Texas Hold’em skills against.”
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