Relation to Wikipedia
Wikipedia  contains many articles in areas that relate to computer poker, however their completeness and relevance vary.
There are several general guidelines that one may consider for his editing work:
- Duplicating Wikipedia articles with content that is more relevant to the themes on the PokerAI Wiki is OK. For example, article about Phil Laak is perfectly fine, as long as the focus of the article is on the Laak's engagement with Human vs Machine tournaments, and not on his general poker career. Having a reference in the Links/External Links section to the corresponding Wikipedia article is OK.
- Similarly, specific rewriting of general scientific articles is OK. For example, article about Nash equilibrium that is written in the context of Poker and Computer Poker Player strategy (Like in the book The Mathematics of Poker) is very relevant, in comparison to the general Wikipedia article about Nash equilibrium. Having a reference in the Links/External Links section to the corresponding Wikipedia article is OK.
- For topics that are strongly represented in Wikipedia, and there is hardly anything new to add, use a direct reference. If the topic need to be referred more often, then you may create a separate internal page for it, and include "See Wikipedia's article XYZ" as a single line there. For example, see Jonathan Schaeffer, whose article on Wikipedia is almost completely dedicated to his research on pokerbot and bots in general.
- Consolidation topics that contain several (eventually structured) links to Wikipedia, for example Gambling, where it hardly makes sense to add a lot at this point of time, are OK.