Can We Build an Augmented Reality Gambling Hat System That Works?

Recently, I was talking to an expert poker player, and he admitted that he had won a lot, lost a lot, and finally came up with a pretty decent system for playing cards. Anyway, we started discussing all this, and he told me that he had recorded his methods in an e-book, and began to explain the essence of how it worked, which I found fascinating.

He said, or rather I thought I heard him say that he had a new “game system that works”, but what he actually said was that he had a new and innovative game system “that” works. However, it reminded me of a previous intellectual scientific dialogue that I had had months before about the augmented reality glasses that the military uses and now some police departments have them for their police officers, maybe, you had seen the new augmented reality of Google. Glasses.

Anyway, I asked Alan Samonte, author of the e-book “The Samonte System: Finally, a game system that works”, what kind of “hat” game system he had, I asked him if it was a full augmented reality system Google-style. With all the batteries and the computer system in the hat, with a micro video camera system in the frames of the glasses, then it gives you the information, and the best way to play each hand, based on Monte Carlo mathematical formulas? What other mathematical formulas are you using? Is your system easy enough for anyone to use without having attended MIT, for example?

Well by then I was just having fun with it, because I misunderstood or misheard what he had said, but either way it got my mind going to think outside the box, on a new application for the latest invention for augmented applications. glasses. Think if the kids in the movie “21” had a system like that when they went to play in Vegas. By the way, I met the author of that script, a nice guy, and yes, a great movie.

The question is, could someone with such a device beat a champion Texas Hold’em player, if he were allowed to use such a computer system? And if they could, would it be an unbalanced game as IBM’s “Watson” Supercomputer kicked butt over world champion “Jeopardy” players on TV for the whole world to see?

Who would win? Could someone like Alan Samonte with his newly designed system beat an AI augmented reality machine? Who knows, I’d like to actually see that match, it would be fun to watch: Man versus man with machine! Math and science versus finesse and dexterity, all for the best bragging rights and excitement, that would be really cool.

Interestingly, I’m a math guy so you know what can I say? But I’m also a seasoned, wall-to-wall entrepreneur with no scare tactics and love to bombard the competition in the Apostle Colonel Boyd style. Meanwhile, I also understand UFA¬† the world, and I do a little technical exchange with the markers, and I also read the news and feel the pulse of the media mirror of the Marshall McLuhan society.

It seems to me that both concepts are viable, and even in things like stock trading, which in many ways is gambling, I never rule out converging trends or black swan events, so somehow I understand both sides of each. one of the styles of play. play games, but don’t limit my mind to what works or stop asking “why?” Still, I wonder if a star poker player like Alan Samonte, using his internal system, could beat the Terminator in Las Vegas. “I’ll be right back!” Please consider all of this and think about it.