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Coding The Wheel PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageBlasting the status quo from its first article, CodingTheWheel is here to stay. The author has put already more than ten interesting, informative, and well-thought poker and pokerbotting articles, a jump start for any newbie in his poker botting career.
2+2 Best Botter Award (most vocal anyways) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageI think I just got the 2+2 best botter award: "Indiana is probably the biggest (well most vocal anyways) pro botter on 2+2". Thank you, ty, mam, dad, tyvm. Special thanks go to my producers of course - PokerStars, for giving me their support when I most needed it.
PokerAI Terms of Service Agreement PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageAfter the PokerAI terms of service agreement was updated (so that employees working for online poker provider companies are not allowed to browse it), our ToS was already breached by PokerStars. Following our obligation to take the integrity of our website seriously, we have send them a warning notice.
Heads-up Limit Mastered by bots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageThe second Man vs. Machine match took place on July 3-6, where a lineup of elite players from, an internet poker training site, went head to head with the latest version of Polaris, a poker AI designed by the University of Alberta’s Computer Poker Research Group ( Polaris won with a final record of 3-2-1, and provided the CPRG with their first win over human opponents. The CPRG had created a similar event last year against professionals Phil Laak and Ali Eslami where Polaris finished with a final record of 1 win, 2 losses, and 1 tie. Read more in the Stoxpoker press release. on pokerbots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageThe Danish poker magazine published an article on pokerbots, almost ten pages long, following info collection from PokerAI Wiki and interviewing people in the pokerAI forums. The final article got published, and your can view some of it (collage and interview with Indiana) as well as read the english translation of the interview in this thread.
Update: The article and the interview was later on reprinted in full in the German edition of AceMag. Scanned version is available (search and ask in the forums). I would, by the way, really recommend the AceMag magazine, and subscribed for it myself. It's better than any other junk that you would locally get in German language.
PokerAI Wiki PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageThe PokerAI Wiki is now up and running. Join and help to build the complete reference that will cover all aspects of computer poker play:, or
OpenHoldem Announced PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageArticle edited: March 2008.
Since the initial announcement OpenHoldem picked up a lot of traction, surpasing in popularity its starting point, the WinHoldem bot framework. OpenHoldem is open source, hence completely free. The authors initially claimed full backward compatibily with WinHoldEm, and soon started to extend it with many new unique features. The OpenHoldem documentation and casino support already exceeds the one of WinHoldem too. The main links (e.g. OpenHoldem Webpage and download sections; OpenHoldem forums, and so on) can be found at
Pokerbot World Championship (PWBC) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageThe guy on the picture? It's Matrix. One of the "bots", that got kicked out early and failed to make history during the first real money, open to any human or bot live digital poker event - Poker bot world championship (PBWC). The official results are here and if you want to get some impressions of the event, follow the action in that thread. Well, I can only regret that this year I missed PWBC event (as well as Alberta's bot only event earlier). Something to definetely plan for next year.
Hand History Exchange PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana hand history exchange and ftp is up and running. Two options are available. You can get access and download all publicly available hand histories, and contribute as many or as little hands as you wish. Alternatively, if you contribute 500k datamined hands, you will get access to the full private hand history collection (that also contain all 500k submisions).
Read more here.
HCI: Button clicking PDF Print E-mail
Written by Indiana   
ImageClicking on one and the same pixel everytime easily reveals automated play. But is the human behaviour modeled better if the computer bot is randomly clicking on the button? The answer is - no. When a human clicks, the distance from the click to the center of the button follows normal distribution, and not uniform.


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