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Straightening out: An anecdote about parking and poker

By Matthew E. Milliken
Jan. 12, 2015

On a recent weeknight, I was participating in a no-cash poker tournament in a town alongside the Hudson River.  914 more words


Computer scientists "crack" poker

This week’s red-hot “Wow, Science!” news is the pronouncement, as many articles are happy to present it, that Poker Is Solved.

Loosely speaking, what this means is that if you invite a properly-programmed computer to join your poker evenings, you’ll lose money week after week. 949 more words


[INTERVIEW] Singapore's First Indian Professional Poker Player

Almost every other Indian I have met has been exposed to the game of Poker. While there are many variations of poker, our fathers generations is most familiar with the traditional 5 stud draw, which our Indians have affectionately termed as “Pair-Call”. 1,883 more words

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Holiday Recap

During most major Holiday’s you can find me in Rhode Island. The majority of my relatives, or at least, my immediate family resides there. This Christmas in particular was a fun one. 1,444 more words


Texas Holdem Cold Decks


Can we use SV constraint solver to solve cold decks?  Writing constraints shouldn’t be a problem but I have a doubt about the solver capacity.


Player of the Year part 2

I’ve finally done it……twice.

2x player of the year.  This quarter I was on fire, at one point cashing in 7 straight games, and rode the rush to another player of the year award. 203 more words

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Fear versus Confidence in poker

Let’s talk a bit about the metagame in poker and a subject that belongs to it “Fear & Confidence”.

Most of us did experience fear or confidence while playing poker and it is definitively part of the game. 493 more words