It's my bigly day. It is going to be fantastic, so udderly fantastic. I am going to be Mr. President I will be showered with gold and respect. I will show those losers-I know what to do with the doomsday button, I saw Apocalypse Now at least 10 times. It's too bad Colonel Kurtz isn't around I'm sure I could find a place for him in my administration. He looked and talked like someone who knew how to make bombs great again.
Speaking of bombs that Alec Baldwin is so overrated..probably more overrated than Meryl Streep. I hate fake new I have the stream of fake news and all these losers that make a buck off it. That Baldwin is nothing like me I don't talk like that I talk like Marlon Brando I'm a tough guy people will find out. I will ask questions and determine if people they're in and if they say we're in smelling victory.
These are the chronicles of drumpf, a story of my yugely successful, brilliant, fantastic. Brilliant successful life. I like chronicles so I thought I'd write a chronicle. I wrote this chronicle there might have been a ghost but the ghost might just a 400 lb. guy in his basement in New Jersey. So I'M doing the chronicle. My life is fantastic now so I want everyone to know how fantastic life can be.
Yesterday I had my first press conference in awhile. I hate the press, who needs the press? I have twitter and twitter only has 140 characters and 140 is my max…Did I say who needs the press? Those guys–I showed them yesterday I'm picking who I like and who is going to not do the fake news.I am the president elect how dare they report that I'm a pervert and then ask me questions about being a pervert. I hate the press. I hate intelligence.I'm going to show my leadership and reduce intelligence when I'm inagruated. I'm going to show them who's boss like I showed that CNN reporter. I'm going to settle things up, I'm going to be happy, I just hope V.Putin has those tapes stored in a safe place.
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The UK Gambling Commission has recently undertaken a review of regulations regarding the use of AI poker bots and poker ‘help' software (http://www.pokernews.com/news/2015/10/ukgc-third-party-software-review-23014.htm)…this coming a few weeks after Pokerstars revealed that it identified players using poker bots to win over a million dollars from players on its site(http://www.pokernews.com/news/2015/06/pokerstars-and-players-react-to-the-bot-scandal-21935.htm). Chess, the other game of skill where money at the elite level can be substantial and where AI software far outdistances even the best players, has had its share of cheating scandals(http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/chess/8404705/Chess-cheating-cases-over-the-years.html). The question is when it matters, who or what is insuring that the players of these games are not merely pawns facing juggernaut AIs? Obviously regulators and operators are interested in keeping games fair and maintaining integrity but there are many others who are not…this is becoming another spy v. spy game of white hat regulators and black hat cheaters. This will evolve and white hats will gain the upper hand or regular players will quit the game…leaving the bots to face each other.
This has implication for the trends in casino gaming where some are pushing for more skills based elements to new games. What will operators and regulators do to insure new bots and software don't spring up to “win” these games? Even without exposure to technology how will the question of payouts be dealt with. What are true odds against players who can increase their skill? What if this type of game filters out all the casual players and leaves the experts and cheaters playing? Like prop bets there appears to be an endless resource of games or potential games that could be unleashed under the skills umbrella and this is exciting but caution and careful analysis of these and other issues are warranted in light of the current issues in chess and poker.
Please let me know what you think of the current issues and future games and or experiences with games.
And if it is how long will it be before regulated gaming adopts some new interfaces? Of course movement in gambling games is slow due to regulatory approvals but with the introduction of Wii eons ago all new interfaces have come and gone and gambling games haven’t got past touch screens. Let me know if there are any jurisdictions doing anything innovative or cool.