Beat humans in poker for the first time

Artificial intelligence has made history by beating humans in poker for the first time, the last remaining game in which humans had managed to maintain the upper hand.

Libratus, an AI built by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), racked up over $1.7 million worth of chips against four of the top professional poker players in the world during a 20-day marathon poker tournament that ended Tuesday in Philadelphia.

In the no-limit Texas Holdem battle, the four human players only won five days out of 20 and split a $200,000 prize based on their performance.

The best AI’s ability to do strategic reasoning with imperfect information has now surpassed that of the best humans.

The victory prompted inquiries from companies all over the world seeking to use Libratus algorithm for problem solving.

If you want to beat other player like this artificial intelligence Libratus, you need the help of some artificial intelligence in marked cards, such as invisible ink, marked poker deck, infrared contact lenses and barcode poker analyzer system.