Counting Cards AI
I am looking for an AI that can count cards on live gambling on Stake, I wanna win some money. Is there anything like that that exists, there's one but it's for real cards.
Counting Cards AI. I am looking for an AI that can count cards on live gambling on Stake, I wanna win some money.
Counting Cards AI
> counting cards
> on a gambling site
> that rigs games to benefit the house
are you on the fentanyl? no amount of memetech ai is going to give you an edge unless there's a flaw in their game or you find another in through a weak random number generator. another thing with sites like that is they can detect betting irregularities so they could catch on very quickly seeing big wins in games where people usually get raped.
my guess is that you actually have to create a model specifically for that task and train it yourself, obvious you can use stuff like chatgpt to write for you python , you just need to give it directives what lines of code you want it to generate for you.
But this is no different probably than making your own software, it will require time and plus a lot of time unless you have previous informatic engineer knowledge level
Why don't you copy past your post into chatGPT4 and see what it says
> just use a globohomo service based on queries scraped from search engines
dangerously low iq
yes, but on a side note
If you ask chat gpt4 directly
>(you)can you create me a copy of chagpt so I can install in my computer ?
>(chatgp4) I'm sorry, but as an AI language model developed by OpenAI, I cannot be installed on individual computers. My language model is hosted and run on servers that are maintained by OpenAI.
However, OpenAI does offer access to their language model through their API, which allows developers to integrate the model into their own applications and services. To use the API, you would need to sign up for access on the OpenAI website.
Alternatively, OpenAI also offers a smaller version of their language model called GPT-Neo, which is open source and can be run locally on a computer with a GPU. You can find more information about GPT-Neo on the Hugging Face website, which is a popular platform for accessing and using natural language processing models
>(you) what computer language was used to create chatgpt4
>(chatgpt) The underlying architecture and training methodology of GPT-4 is not yet publicly known, as it is a hypothetical future version of the GPT series of language models and has not been developed yet.
However, the previous versions of GPT, such as GPT-3, were developed using a combination of Python, TensorFlow, and PyTorch. The model was trained using a massive dataset of text from the internet, which was processed and cleaned using various tools and techniques. The actual training of the model was performed on high-performance computing clusters using specialized hardware, such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and tensor processing units (TPUs).
It's important to note that GPT-3 and other large language models are the result of years of research and development by a large team of experts in machine learning, natural language processing, and related fields. The creation of such models requires a significant amount of computational resources and expertise.
Use OpenCV. De-facto standard for computer vision, write code to recognize your own patterns.
You can't cheat probabilities, the house always wins.
It's literally just mathematics., No amount of AI ML DL will make 1+1=3
The point of card counting by computer is to do it automatically instead of having to think about it. Then he can get an edge and make money by betting in proportion to the odds. Even more so if he can use extra data to gain other edges.
You can use opencv as the other anon suggested, at least to do an early version. If the client uses a clean card display (e..g your cards always show up at the same spot etc.) then you can just directly measure the pixel count and extra the card and so forth and grab some pics of the card color and value to pattern match against, no need for even opencv.
If you want to do more fancy stuff than just e.g. counting, you'll have to use deep learning and learn pytorch, though (but you can get pretty far with opencv + sklearn).
>The point of card counting by computer is to do it automatically instead of having to think about it. Then he can get an edge and make money by betting in proportion to the odds. Even more so if he can use extra data to gain other edges.
if the amount of cards is big enough then you will be playing for a long time before gaining an edge big enough to go big.
if the cards are re added and shuffled then counting is useless
You automatically get an edge if counting on a fixed deck in e.g. poker or blackjack (and if they do things like swap decks, it's not real poker/blackjack and isn't work playing at all). It's pretty significant as well and doesn't work 'through rounds' (for obvious reasons). That has nothing to do with a specific site or game either. Just basic stats. Look it up.
>if the cards are re added and shuffled
probably it's a system with thousands of auto generated decks just for the sake of heckarinos winning spree
The software is closed source and probably has fixed winning ratios, like, they can make you lose no matter what you do.
Hell they probably had ml models since a decade to detect cheaters like you
>The software is closed source
not for gaming authorities. they're supposed to audit all of this shit but apparently online casino regulation is well below par outside of US waters. stake's corporate base is a dutch island in the Caribbean sea.
>he saw the leaks that Stake rigged odds much higher in the house's favor than what they claim on the site
>he saw the leaks that streamers were given boosted odds of winning while logged in
>he saw the stream where trainwrecks was losing money hand over fist and a Stake dev in his chat asked what account he was on in twitch chat and 5 minutes later he made back all his losses
>he saw the interview with the ex-dealer for Stake's live games who said they had machines that would change the odds in the houses favor by controlling the order of cards
>yet he still thinks he can successfully beat Stake's scams
God speed, autismo
i just watched a turkey tom video about stake and trainwreck yesterday. its fucking insane how much money they supposedly paid trainwreck i cant believe he was bringing in so many retarded simps to make that profitable for them.
people are SO fucking dumb. mooooo.
he was getting paid more than 1 million dollars a month supposedly.
seems like pocket change compared to what they make every day. $1 million is a bargain.
some dedicated simps on that site. seen a few that easily spend tens of thousands a month and these gambler's "profits" are always in the minuses. here's one i just saw on leddit.. a man that isn't happy he lost his "VIP" status but is typical of this site's playerbase:
What the fuck is a fortnight?
to flatten the wallet
He ins't even the biggest fake money streamer. Roshtein, a retard whose first stream was on fake money has been caught with casino funded accounts / playing with play money like 10 times now, and the people who develop & game operators (not the casinos), have called him out on it lmao.
you would waste so much time trying to do this on your own even with openAI writing code for you as you command it, you would still lose time and hours and more hours. It's just too many details and at the end they would spot a pattern in a specific user taking more money than usual.
Also risking legal actions against you. since it's cheating
facts. also computer card counting software has been around a long time. no amount of memtech will help a player.
highly likely. i can imagine they have vast list of seeds for hot decks or other rng they could use to sell this shitty service to anyone observing it.
It's simple op and I will resume it for you.
Don't do it, and in other words you also can't anyway otherwise you would not be asking here.
You think hackers would not already though about this?
I guarantee they don't have rules favorable enough for perfect play to tilt the edge in your favor.
>Is there anything like that that exists
If there is you won't ever be able to find it. You'll have to make it yourself.
Anon casinos bend over backward to cheat their customers. This is a waste of time. The few games where someone hand shuffles the deck, they do the absolute bare minimum to shuffle the deck. You'd unironically be better off doing odd jobs for people locally than trying to outrig a rigged casino and their games.
Do you mean AI as in recognizing the cards with computer vision? At least for blackjack, the decision on what to bet and how to play based on the count is just straightforward probability.
Card counting is a real skill that people use IRL to get slightly better odds. Since casinos aren't dumb, they usually catch it pretty quickly and tell you to GTFO (they are legally allowed to do that). The only reason it works is that you aren't winning enough for the casino to notice and bother with stopping you.
The bottom line is, if you think you've found a magic box that you can put money in and get more money out of without doing any labor, you are probably being scammed or just betting, cause otherwise why isn't everyone else using this box to endlessly multiply money for free?
The fact that you’re asking this tells me you should absolutely not do this. If you don’t know what you are doing, you WILL lose.
Also, Stake is absolutely the WORST website you can gamble on. You’d be better off not gambling at all, but if you choose to, Stake is a horrible choice.
>t. slot developer & mathematician
I would not recommend card counting on online casinos. For one the cards are dealt far too slow. Second they often play deck games where they shuffle half-way through the shoe. Third if they suspect you of card counting, they can hold your winnings and even your bankroll and unlike a stateside licensed casino while they can stop you from playing/kick you out or cut your bets for card counting they cannot legally not pay your winnings. An online casino in Elbonia run by Russian mobsters is another story.
Also why no just learn to card count and do it at a real casino? There are tons of guides and tutorials on youtube, Its not hard and even if you decide not to do it for profit, it's actually a great mental exercise/conditioning.
the house always wins
>visual recognition github repo ; static code analysis
>rudimentary probability calc
>stream video source pipe
machine learning python image source analysis?
screen shared view for the image recognition code to gather data or similar