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 Post subject: Bot Profiles
PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:25 am 
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Greetings,

Is anyone here familiar with this layout for bot strategies? If so, could you give me a brief explanation of the scoring system and what the numbers stand for.

This is what's contained in my .ini files.


[Preflop_Hands]
all_in =AK AQ AJ AT QQ JJ TT 99 88 77
raise =AA KK
call_any =66 55 44
call_upto =KQ KJ
call_once =A9 A8 A7 KT QT 33 22

[Preflop_score_adjust]
raise =.35
call_any =.2
call_upto =.1
call_once =.05

[Suited_Hands]
all_in =AK AQ AJ
raise =KQ AT
call_any =
call_upto =KT QJ KJ A9 A8 A7 QT
call_once =A5 A4 A3 A6 A2 JT K9 T9

[Suited_score_adjust]
raise =.3
call_any =.25
call_upto =.2
call_once =.2

[call]
preflopcallamount =3
flopcallamount =3
turncallamount =4
rivercallamount =4

[raise]
preflopraiseamount =3
flopraiseamount =4
turnraiseamount =4
riverraiseamount =5

[FlopScore]
0.0-0.59 =check
0.6-0.69 =call_upto
0.7-0.79 =call
0.8-0.98 =all_in
0.99-1.25 =all_in

[TurnScore]
0.0-0.49 =check
0.5-0.69 =call_upto
0.7-0.75 =call
0.76-0.85 =raise
0.86-1.25 =all_in

[RiverScore]
0.0-0.49 =check
0.5-0.69 =call_upto
0.7-0.75 =call
0.76-0.84 =raise
0.85-1.25 =all_in


Thank you for any help!


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 Post subject: Re: Bot Profiles
PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:10 pm 
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cuervo5150 wrote:
[FlopScore]
0.0-0.59 =check
0.6-0.69 =call_upto
0.7-0.79 =call
0.8-0.98 =all_in
0.99-1.25 =all_in

This one can certainly optimize. Look, if you are getting all in with score of 0.8-0.98 AND also with score 0.99-1.25, then why not optimize one line away and combine them to one range of 0.8-1.25?

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 Post subject: Re: Bot Profiles
PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:37 pm 
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A strategy like this has zero chance of winning and is completely predictable imo. Your missing a huge range of hands it should be calling or raising with. The smaller pairs are fine for set mining but it should be raising with those in every position first in. Calling even small raises with trap hands (like AT, AX, KJ, QT etc) with get it into serious trouble as well. I would much rather have 72 then A9 calling a nuisance 2x raise. Its ok to call them only with the intention of flopping two pair or better or a draw and preferably with position so you have other ways to win the pot like stealing. HU If the leader checks to you on the flop you should be betting with complete air as that is your only way to win. Generally with just a pair or a draw (with the exception of a super draw) it should be playing more passive and checking. There are many ways to play poker but I want to see the river as cheaply as possible unless I have a real hand.

The problem with trap hands is that if you flop top pair the EV will be pretty high and your bot will shove or raise with a weak hand in a big pot which is the last thing you want to do. Multiway it should generally be folding and HU it should check to keep the pot small and for a cheap showdown. Yes it will get drawn out on occasion but since the pot is small enough it wont cost you much in the long run. The last thing you want to do is make the pot bigger. Pot manipulation is everything. Just because your hand evaluator is telling you +EV does not mean you should get all your money in the middle or raise. Math nuts will disagree with this but I am certainly not going to shove with top pair in a big pot. I am beat and will wait for a better spot such as a higher EV situation. Bots tend to over value many situations and top pair is a real trouble spot. GL


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