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Anyone selling a Poker bot?

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by chocolated, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. chocolated

    chocolated Registered Member

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    Anyone know where i can find a poker bot or sell one ?
     
  2. tomsko

    tomsko Regular Member

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    Btw I'd also like to know if there are any advanced poker bots with big winning %%? Can't find a reason for there not to be a bot. There are people who have ''cracked'' the poker
     
  3. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

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    The best poker bots will barely break even. (that's still pretty impressive) They can be profitable if you multi-table all day long, but in the long-run you're better off learning how to play. I haven't played online since the big FBI crack down of '10 or so, but back then there was software that put players into a database and recorded what they did. This is what you want. You want to know how often they fold, bluff, etc.

    You can be mathematically perfect and still lose all your money if your opponent realizes you'll fold unless you have the goods, which is ultimately what bots do.
     
  4. ches

    ches Newbie

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    I played around with a few of them just under 2 years ago.

    I was looking for software that would play my freerolls for the first 2-4 hours while I slept, then when I woke up, I could play the game myself (most of the games like this started at like 4-5am in my timezone, and with these big freerolls, the first hour is full of crazies anyway so you just fold, fold, fold). I basically just wanted something to fold everything until I woke up, but obviously play as normal for the good hands- raise/bet/call for the hands that I would definitely play. I wanted it to be my "clone" and play exactly the same way I would play.

    Out of all that I tested (about 6?) - they were all crap... except for one: Online Tournament Inspector Pro

    This one you can configure to play exactly like you play. Or you can use their pre-made scripts, or you can purchase scripts that other people have already configured. Or a combination of both.

    I didn't end up buying it (as a freeroll player at the time, I was too poor anyway lol.. ) but it really was cool software.

    It was a little bit buggy when poker software does their updates (i.e. the programmer has to update the software to match the new poker software changes/updates, so for those first few days after an update, the software went a bit nuts (went ALLIN every single hand), so whenever there is an update, you'll want to wait until the developers have programmed it before you go into the bigger money - or just test it with freerolls/low MTT's so that you can test to make sure it isn't going nuts)

    Great software, not sure if they still sell it or not, but since it was one of the better ones, with the higher price point, that they are probably still around.

    It used to work with Party Poker & Poker Stars and a few others that I didn't use.
    It didn't work with some that I used to use like 888 and Titan. And I'm not sure about FullTilt since that was down at the time of my trial with the software.
     
  5. ExpressFans

    ExpressFans Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you're looking for a zynga poker bot then go ahead and use one (if and when if you find one) but if you're going to use REAL money and let a bot play with it, then you may as well blow the money yourself.
     
  6. KrasS

    KrasS BANNED BANNED

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    There is only one good bot out there named OpenHoldem which is free and open source. But you need to but A LOT of work into it to make it work. Basicly you need to write the whole "intelligence" yourself. So you need to be good at coding and good at poker itself to get such a project started. All other bots out are basicly shit and not worth working with if you are serious about botting.
     
  7. Y060N

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    I used to use, write and sell scripts for OpenHolden (Made by Shanky) and it was honestly fantastic. Won around $4500 in a few months of playing tournaments. Had success stories of people going from 0-10000 in under a year. It's not hard if you play the right games. Tournaments are great to play with bots because they can hold out and be extremely patient. They can read your chips so you can change the way they play when you are chip leader (more aggressive), or short stacked (more conservative - will push all in when odds are in favor).

    The "problem" with it, is that you have to spend a lot of time "programming" it. It's a scripting language but very easy to learn. Most people just buy the profiles (the scripts) and use them. There's some good profiles over there showing solid winnings over months of testing. Too bad FTP got shut down, I lost a lot of money there.
     
  8. facefactory

    facefactory Newbie

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    if you wanna read more about bot check bonusbot
    360 days =100$ + scripts
     
  9. sk8tavou

    sk8tavou Senior Member

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    This.
    A bot is only cool if you want to play freerolls and end up with 3-4$ at your account if you are lucky enough!
    And good freerolls are at the top companies like stars/tilt and a ban will come easily there!
     
  10. PrinceVisi

    PrinceVisi Elite Member

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    Trust me, you better stay away from Poker companies.

    Thanks me later.
     
  11. enscriptiondesign

    enscriptiondesign Newbie

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    theres actually sites that you can invest in players even pros

    say theres a $1000 buy in. you can drop 10 or 100 whatever you want and if they cash you make a percent

    same goes with cash games you send them the money and they pay a percent if they lose or win

    just search poker staking
     
  12. amalgama

    amalgama Newbie

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    there are dedicated forums for poker bots, try those