> I have no idea if it will be ready to challenge a pro by August, but I'll
> keep the offer in mind and bring it up with the project leads if it seems
> like a possibility. I know that the current state of the AI is that it can
> hold its own at a city casino, but is no where near ready to go up
> sucessfully against a pro.
Hell, then you're a lot farther than I thought. I'm no Doyle Brunson, just an average working stiff (for those not in the poker world, substitute "Michael Jordan" and "sandlot hustler", respectively). I might make a good warm-up exercise for a real pro, though. And it might be entertaining for an Extro crowd.
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