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Stat 35b: Introduction to Probability with Applications to Poker Outline for the day: Gold and Benyamine. Luck, skill, and bluffing. Hw2, 2.10, 3.2, 3.6. Tournaments.   u    u . Winning codes*:

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Stat 35b introduction to probability with applications to poker outline for the day

Stat 35b: Introduction to Probability with Applications to Poker

Outline for the day:

Gold and Benyamine. Luck, skill, and bluffing.

Hw2, 2.10, 3.2, 3.6.

Tournaments.

 u   u 


Stat 35b introduction to probability with applications to poker outline for the day

Winning codes*:

dabest = function (numattable1, crds1, board1, round1, currentbet, mychips1, pot1,

roundbets, blinds1, chips1, ind1, dealer1, tablesleft) {

## All in if AA, KK, QQ, JJ or AK

## When no one has bet and less than 25 big blinds, go all in if any pocket pair,

## and AK, AQ, AJ, AT, KL, KQ, QJ

## When we have less than 6 big blinds, go in on all suited connectors that are

## greater than 5 or if we have an Ace

## When we have less than 3 big blinds go all in

a1 = 0

if((crds1[1,1] == crds1[2,1]) && (crds1[1,1] > 10.5)) a1 = mychips1

if(crds1[1,1] + crds1[2,1] > 26) a1 = mychips1

if((pot1 < 2*blinds1) && (mychips1 < 25.01 * blinds1)){

if(crds1[1,1] == crds1[2,1]) a1 = mychips1

if(crds1[1,1] + crds1[2,1] > 23) a1 = mychips1

if((crds1[1,1] == 12) && (crds1[2,1] == 11)) a1 = mychips1

}

if(mychips1 < 6*blinds1){

if(crds1[1,1] > 13.5) a1 = mychips1

if((crds1[1,1] - crds1[2,1] == 1) &&

(crds1[1,2] == crds1[2,2]) && (crds1[2,1] > 4.5)) a1 = mychips1

}

if(mychips1 < 3*blinds1) a1 = mychips1

a1

} ## end of dabest* a last-minute rule change made the last tournament worth double,

letting dabest come from behind to win narrowly.


Stat 35b introduction to probability with applications to poker outline for the day

jamesbond = function(numattable1, crds1, board1, round1, currentbet,

mychips1, pot1, roundbets, blinds1, chips1, ind1, dealer1, tablesleft){

## DESCRIPTION of "if" statements:

## The first if statement means if you have less chips than 2 times the big blind,

## you go all-in no matter what

## The second if statement says that if you have less chips than 3 times the big blind,

## you go all-in if both your cards add up to greater than or equal to

## 23 (ie, A9, AT, KJ, KQ...) OR you have any pocket pair

## After the jump is the standard set of betting rules the algorithm follows:

## The first if statement means you go all-in if you have pocket 10s or higher

## The second statement means you go all-in if you have AQ or AK

## The third statement adds on AT and AJ to the above statement

## ONLY IF no one has gone all-in yet and there are only less than or

## equal to 2 people left to bet after you

## After the next jump is a set of conditions for once there are 3 or fewer

## people left at the table and our player begins to get more aggressive:

## The first statement means you go all-in if you have suited connectors

## with the smaller card greater than 7

## The second statement goes all-in if you have pocket 5s or better

## The third statement goes all-in if you have suited cards with the smaller of the cards

## greater than or equal to 10

## The final statement goes all-in if you have at least one ace.

## continued on next page


Stat 35b introduction to probability with applications to poker outline for the day

jamesbond = function(numattable1, crds1, board1, round1, currentbet,

mychips1, pot1, roundbets, blinds1, chips1, ind1, dealer1, tablesleft){

a1 = 0

z = sum(roundbets[,1] > blinds1)

if (mychips1 < 2*blinds1) a1 = mychips1

if ((mychips1 < 3*blinds1) && ((crds1[1,1] + crds1[2,1] >= 23) ||

(crds1[1,1] == crds1[2,1]))) a1 = mychips1

if ((crds1[1,1] == crds1[2,1]) && (crds1[1,1] > 9.5)) a1 = mychips1

if ((crds1[1,1] == 14) && (crds1[2,1] > 11.5)) a1 = mychips1

if ((crds1[1,1] == 14) && (crds1[2,1] >= 9.5) && (z >= numattable1 - 3) &&

(currentbet <= blinds1)) a1 = mychips1

if ((numattable1 <= 3) && (crds1[1,1] - crds1[2,1] == 1) && (crds1[1,2] ==

crds1[2,2]) && (crds1[2,1] > 6.5)) a1 = mychips1

if ((numattable1 <= 3) && (crds1[2,1] > 4.5) && (crds1[1,1] == crds1[2,1])) a1 = mychips1

if ((numattable1 <= 3) && (crds1[2,1] > 9.5) && (crds1[1,2] == crds1[2,2])) a1 = mychips1

if ((numattable1 <= 3) && (crds1[1,1] == 14)) a1 = mychips1

a1

} ## end of jamesbond


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