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 Post subject: Re: Hand History Database (One billion hands for Research)
PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:47 pm 
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Very nice work :)Can you post what are the most common winning decisions to fold ,call or raise based on starting hands in texas holdem.


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 Post subject: Re: Hand History Database (One billion hands for Research)
PostPosted: Sat Jun 20, 2009 7:34 pm 
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c2008 wrote:
One small suggestion... Get someone that speaks English well to edit pokerftp.com. :xx20

Lol, doesn't matter much ... you can go to the library if you want to read correct english, after all.
And if you're volunteering to fix english, feel welcome to send it to me, I'll fix it once I have time.

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Imo, you should have a section with a list of people who were granted access to the DB and papers published as a result. Of course they will eventually appear.

Sure, good idea. So far we had applicants from the most prestigious universities, and some others which I rejected. But almost none started any actual work with the DB (except one 2+2er, spadebidder, I have already included an example from him in the distribution).

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:30 pm 
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Good idea:
Hand rankings by showdown winnings over this datamine would be interesting to a lot of people. Actually, hand rankings by showdown winnings condional on preflop effective stack/pot ratio would be even better.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:45 am 
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hungryduck wrote:
Good idea:
Hand rankings by showdown winnings over this datamine would be interesting to a lot of people. Actually, hand rankings by showdown winnings condional on preflop effective stack/pot ratio would be even better.


Good idea. You know, if you write the code, test it, and upload it to Indiana, he then can execute it on the whole database.

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 Post subject: Re: Hand History Database (One billion hands for Research)
PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:32 pm 
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Would if I could, don't know the language! Was kind of posting in hopes that one of those research universities would grab the ball and run with it. The effective SPR is a great statistic here because it rolls in a very strong measure of the 'variance reward' that poker hands will experience: the smaller the ESPR, the closer to straight up equity rankings the list should look like. Anyway, I would encourage someone to take a look at this, as it is probably the most practical and useful application of a large mine like this.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:59 am 
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While quickly going through http://www.scribd.com/doc/17472377/Using-Neural-Networks-to-Model-the-Behavior-and-Decisions-of-Gamblers-in-Particular-CyberGamblers following caught my attention:

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It was found that most gamblers played for a short while, whereas only a small proportion of them played as many as around 100 consecutive games, which seemed to be the practical maximum. In fact, from the long videos we managed to identify only six such ‘‘persistent’’ gamblers, totaling 675 games.


Is there any way to get these kinds of statistics from the HH database? I suppose not as those hand don't necessarily indicate the continuous actions of individual players...? Anyway, in stead of starting a new thread, I thought I would be better to start the discussion here. Anyone any idea what would be the 'average' amount of hands a player plays before taking a break or even calling it a day?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:29 pm 
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What they mean by "100 consequtive games" - is this 100 hands?

Thousands of poker players for sure have played much more consequtive hands than that.

The DB has date/time played for each hand - so should help in such analysis.

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indiana wrote:
What they mean by "100 consequtive games" - is this 100 hands?

Thousands of poker players for sure have played much more consequtive hands than that.

The DB has date/time played for each hand - so should help in such analysis.



Not sure myself. According to the way it is written down I would think that they are talking about 'gambling' games, not specifically about poker.

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Does this dataset include any data on hole cards for people who folded? If so, I'd be really interested to see what cards people are most likely to fold by street.


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 Post subject: Re: Hand History Database (One billion hands for Research)
PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 1:50 pm 
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Hello Indiana,

im interested in the „normal“ or average standarddeviation Players in NLHE Fullring have. I want to know which range of sd the players with over 50k hands have (the „blue“ players in your EV Distribution) compared to bb/100.
Maybe you have already run these stats or it is possible to do it for me?
Thank you for your time.

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