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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2022 3:19 pm 
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In regards to solving a post flop situation over a range of flops. My idea is to pass the regret sum and/or strategy sum of a completed solve to be used in the start of a solve with a strategically similar flop.

Eg solve for flop 2c3c4c -> regret sum and strategy sum is passed to 2c3c5 solve as a starting point -> solve for 2c3c5c.

This seems like a good way to speed up solving over a range of flops? Is this commonly done? Has this been written about in any research papers anywhere? or maybe I'm missing something and this wouldn't work at all? gimme any input u got


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 27, 2022 8:31 am 
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A vaguely similar idea is used in bucketing which is widely used.


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