DeveloperCreated Friday, June 26th 2015 @ 10:53:18
The engine source code for our Texas Hold 'em competition is now available on Github. You can find it on our Github page. It has been set up so you can immediately run it locally, without changing the code.
This engine actually uses a lot of the code from our Omaha engine and some of you have been using that engine already locally, but just to make your lives easier we also made this one available. So enjoy!
- Updated Friday, July 24th 2015 @ 20:53:20
Anyone having trouble w/this newly posted engine? I get a lot of 'Writing to bot failed' messages in error file and output is only: setting up game... starting game ... stopping... winner: player2 Saving the game... Done. My bot works fine in the ladder and with the version of the Omaha engine I use. I've gotten occasional newlines added to my getmove strings using the Omaha engine is why I wanted to try this one. The inserted newlines cause a cannot split into 2 parts error. Rarely, maybe 1 per 500 matches.
- Updated Saturday, July 25th 2015 @ 19:57:37
@Likes2Golf Yes, I'm experiencing the same issue. I just started writing my own bot, and I added additional output to a file to see which lines are getting read. It appears the engine gets all the way to the line: Match onButton player2, and then waits.
- Created Thursday, September 17th 2015 @ 14:42:39
- Updated Saturday, October 17th 2015 @ 00:17:43
How did you guys solve that? I'm only getting with the "simple java example":
setting up game... starting game ... stopping... winner: player1 Saving the game... Done.
- Created Saturday, October 17th 2015 @ 05:18:16
I never bothered trying to solve it, the Omaha engine was sufficient for testing.
- Created Monday, May 2nd 2016 @ 05:20:09
hi Likes2Golf, are there any guides to use omaha engine to run for holdem? cuz i'm using python and not familiar with java.. many thanks