Inside PokerSnowie's brain reveals the work of Johannes Levermann, the head of research of Snowie Games. As the PokerSnowie "master trainer", Johannes explores first hand how the brain of PokerSnowie evolves and learns advanced strategic concepts, on its own.
PokerSnowie's ultimate aim is to produce the perfectly balanced game, find the ultimate un-exploitable equilibrium for all No Limit Hold'em configurations. Join us on this fascinating journey, which is just starting, into the future of poker.
On Tuesday 19th November, Johannes Levermann was invited by Eric Sheets" Haber, one of the lead instructors of online training room PokerXfactor.com to come and discuss PokerSnowie during his classroom webinar.
The nearly two hours session is now available below:
Exploring the new scenario feature of PokerCoach powered by PokerSnowie
(article based on an old version of the AI from year 2013)
The scenario feature of PokerCoach powered by PokerSnowie lets you set up any situation, varying all the parameters to your heart’s content – number of players, stack sizes, hole cards, betting rounds, etc… - and do a detailed analysis of the ensuing scenarios.
It is an extremely powerful coaching feature, as it allows you to really drill down into specific situations and understand the logic behind the best possible moves.
In the following article, I explore 5 ways you can use scenarios to improve your game, have some fun and answer the ultimate question: “Did I play my hand right?”
During the four days of the Battle of Malta tournament at Casino Portomaso, players and visitors had the opportunity, for the first time ever, to play against PokerSnowie on PokerTrainer.
7864 hands were played over the four days - who won?
We've reached the final 24 players at the Battle of Malta, but unfortunately Erol, the last member of team PokerSnowie fell down in 46th position for a €1700 paycheck.
Team PokerSnowie will be back for another live tournament soon; but in the meantime The PokerSnowie challenge goes on.
After 4.5 hours of play, the field is down to 100 players, which means one thing: we're in the money!
And of our 4 players, one is still holding the PokerSnowie flag.
Olivier with his short stack, was the first casualty after the first 30 minutes of play. Bojan followed shortly after.
Team PokerSnowie is down to 4 after the late elimination yesterday of Vladimir and Marko.
Ivan is leading the pack with 63500 chips. Erol follows with a slightly under average chip stack of 56700 and Bojan will need to get some early action to grow his 31400 stack.
It was always going to be a tough challenge and unfortunately history did not repeat itself – the youngest member of Team PokerSnowie, Zeljko, lost all his chips to be the first player of the team out today on day 1b of the battle of Malta.