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#1 Yellowhat

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 06:56 PM

Some time ago, I wanted to know what kind of setups the great player 'Computer-medium' uses. I played 20 games and scouted the setups. Here they come...

 

Setup 1

https://pasteboard.co/HENikMP.png

 

Other setups will follow.

 

 

Oh, I forgot to say that I am a professional setup scouter now, so watch out....


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Posted 20 September 2018 - 07:01 PM

Setup 2:

 

https://pasteboard.co/HENlm97.png


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Posted 20 September 2018 - 07:15 PM

Setup 3:

 

https://pasteboard.co/HENr5t3.png

 

Edit: I2 should be a major. 


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Posted 30 October 2018 - 07:45 PM

Setup 4:

 

https://pasteboard.co/HKSShjO.png


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Posted 30 October 2018 - 07:50 PM

Setup 5:

 

https://pasteboard.co/HKSU3R5.png


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Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:45 AM

Some almost look random :).


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Posted 07 November 2018 - 06:43 PM

Today I played with a random setup against Heroic Battle on my phone. I got a 5-bomb triangle with my flag + gen + a major inside. I managed to guide one of his miners to open up a bomb to let my gen out and managed to win. Pathetic AI.
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Posted 3 weeks ago

Fun game on my phone, while also watching TV. I hit the 5 with my marshal. So the rest of the game I hit piece after piece that Probe sent near my marshal, thinking how crazy that was. Until at the very end I discovered that I hadn't hit the S but a 5 :) 


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Posted 3 weeks ago

I don't see how a "top" AI will ever be able to beat a "top" human player. 


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Posted 3 weeks ago

I don't see how a "top" AI will ever be able to beat a "top" human player.


If AlphaGo, Libratus Poker and OpenAI Dota have taught us anything, it is that all games can be conquered by computers, just a matter of resources. It took a few hundred open source go/chess enthusiasts less than a year to replicate DeepMind’s multi-million pioneer efforts.
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Posted 3 weeks ago

If AlphaGo, Libratus Poker and OpenAI Dota have taught us anything, it is that all games can be conquered by computers, just a matter of resources. It took a few hundred open source go/chess enthusiasts less than a year to replicate DeepMind’s multi-million pioneer efforts.

Stratego is very intuitive based.
I'm not sure how a AI would calculate positions but I assume it will be based off odds which let's you "bluff the crap out of them" :)

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Indeed, your motto would be near and dear to a computer. The algorithm all poker bots use is counter factual regret minimization (CFR). Most of the links you find are mathematical. Here’s one intuititive explanation without math by one of its inventors: https://www.quora.co...et-minimization

CFR will automatically learn to bluff and slowplay as you play more and more games. The main difference with poker is that you also have to let a bot search over piece movements on the board. For chess/Go this is a well-trodden area. Combining board search with CFR is highly non-trivial, and not yet solved, AFAIK.
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