With a father who taught game theory and probability at UCLA, Chris Ferguson '86, Ph.D. '99 was probably born to be a poker champion. You might even say the deck was stacked in his favor. Although Ferguson obtained a bachelor's in computer science and a Ph.D in artificial intelligence at Westwood, gaming was always in his blood.
THE ENDGAME IN POKER Chris Ferguson, Full Tilt Poker Tom Ferguson, Mathematics, UCLA Abstract. The simple two-person poker model, known as Basic Endgame, may be described as follows. With a certain probability known to both players, Player I is dealt a hand which is a sure winner. If it is not a sure winner, then Player II is sure to have a.
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An Introduction to Game Theory in Poker. by Tyson Tanaka. understanding these ideas on a conceptual level is much better than being able to explain the math-intensive theory behind them when it comes to. We’re going to start with the micro and work our way to the macro building out what game theory is inside of the context of poker.Read More
Reaction Paper on Game Theory. Game Theory is undeniably new to me. Its concept is just so brilliant that it made me rethink how I ought to see a business’ road to success. In the past, my key idea of winning in the industry was by toppling down competitors, and rising as the sole survivor in the war.Read More
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Game theory is the mathematical analysis of decision making. In game theory, the interaction between two or more players is often framed in terms of a game with a particular set of rules. Of interest may be the strategies that give optimal outcomes for each of the players or, conversely, the resulting outcomes when certain strategies are played.Read More
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Importance of Game Theory Early in the 20th century, mathematics began to study some relatively simple games and later much more complex and the studies regarding game theory begins. A game of perfect information is a game in which every player always knows every move that other players have made that will influence the result of his or her own choice of strategies.Read More
Teacher package: Game theory Submitted by Marianne on September 12, 2011. The Plus teacher packages are designed to give teachers (and students) easy access to Plus content on a particular subject area. Most Plus articles go far beyond the explicit maths taught at school, while still being accessible to someone doing GCSE and A level maths.Read More
Let’s use Poker Math to make the decision on whether to call or not. Poker Outs When we are counting the number of “Outs” we have, we are looking at how many cards still remain in the deck that could come on the turn or river which we think will make our hand into the winning hand.Read More
I want to learn about game theory, but I do not know if I have the necessary background to do so. What kind of mathematics does game theory involve the most? What are some of the things that an.Read More