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I created a nifty rock paper scissors game, thought I would share my latest results. FYI the O is rock, the -- is paper, and the X is scissors. and instead of Rock Paper Scissors Shot, or 123 shot, its Ready Set Shot. See if you can beat it 2 out of 3. I know most of the #includes are not needed, I just always use a bunch of them so i don't have to worry about having the right ones in there. I know the math looks random but there is a method to the madness, kinda.

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#Include <GuiListView.au3>
#Include <GuiListBox.au3>
#include <ListboxConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#include <Array.au3>
#Include <File.au3>
#include <Inet.au3>
#Include <GuiButton.au3>
#Include <Misc.au3>



$compi = @HOUR
$compi2 = @MIN / 3
$compi3 = @SEC
$prev = ""
GUICreate("Rock Paper Scissors", 150, 200)
$Prompt = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Are you ready?", 40, 30)
$start = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start!!", 50, 50, 50, 20)
$r = GUICtrlCreateButton("O", 20, 75, 30, 20)
$p = GUICtrlCreateButton("--", 60, 75, 30, 20)
$x = GUICtrlCreateButton("X", 100, 75, 30, 20)

GUISetState(@sw_show)
While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Select
    Case $msg = $start
        
        $comptest = ($compi + $compi2)/$compi3
        If $comptest < -1 or $comptest = @error Then
            $comp = "Paper    "
        ElseIf $comptest > 1 Then
            $comp = "Rock      "
        ElseIf $comptest > -1 and $comptest < 1 Then
            $comp = "Scissors"
        EndIf
        
        
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Ready!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 55, 30)
        Sleep(2000)
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Set!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 65, 30)
        Sleep(3000)
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Shot!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 60, 30)
        $time = @SEC + 2
        Do
            $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        If $msg = $x Then
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Player picked: Scissors", 20, 100)
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Computer picked: " & $comp, 20, 130)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = 1
            $prev = "Scissors"  
            
        ElseIf $msg = $p Then
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Player picked: Paper      ", 20, 100)
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Computer picked: " & $comp, 20, 130)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 2
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = 2
            $prev = "Paper    " 
            
        ElseIf $msg = $r Then
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Player picked: Rock  ", 20, 100)
            GUICtrlCreateLabel("Computer picked: " & $comp, 20, 130)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 2
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = .5
            $prev = "Rock      "    
        EndIf
    Until $msg = $x or $msg = $p or $msg = $r or $time = @SEC
    If $time = @SEC Then
        MsgBox (0, "Time","Times Up")
    EndIf
    
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Are you ready?")
            GUICtrlSetPos($prompt, 40,30)
        
    Case $msg = $gui_event_close
        Exit
    EndSelect
WEnd


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You can add a label and write who is winner.


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I was planning on maybe putting a "I win 2 of 3" or "You win 2 of 3" also, I didn't do a bunch of testing after changing the beginning to base the first move off of the time.... I shoulda tested to see if that causes issues in the accuracy of the guess of your next move. How'd it fair against you?

Edit: I just changed the beginning to $compi = @HOUR/24

$compi2 = @MIN/60

$compi3 = @SEC/60

and it beat me 8 of 10 with 2 ties

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#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#Include <GuiListView.au3>
#Include <GuiListBox.au3>
#include <ListboxConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#include <Array.au3>
#Include <File.au3>
#include <Inet.au3>
#Include <GuiButton.au3>
#Include <Misc.au3>


$cturn = 0
$pturn = 0
$compi = @HOUR/24
$compi2 = @MIN/60
$compi3 = @SEC/60
$prev = ""
GUICreate("Rock Paper Scissors", 150, 200)
$Prompt = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Are you ready?", 40, 30)
$start = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start!!", 50, 50, 50, 20)
$r = GUICtrlCreateButton("O", 20, 75, 30, 20)
$p = GUICtrlCreateButton("--", 60, 75, 30, 20)
$x = GUICtrlCreateButton("X", 100, 75, 30, 20)
$player = GUICtrlCreateLabel("                                                     ", 10, 100)
$computer = GUICtrlCreateLabel("                                                      ", 10, 115)
$results = GUICtrlCreateLabel("                                                     ", 20, 130)


GUISetState(@sw_show)
While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Select
    Case $msg = $start
        
        $comptest = ($compi + $compi2)/$compi3
        If $comptest < -1 or $comptest = @error Then
            $comp = "Paper    "
        ElseIf $comptest > 1 Then
            $comp = "Rock      "
        ElseIf $comptest > -1 and $comptest < 1 Then
            $comp = "Scissors"
        EndIf
        
        
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Ready!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 55, 30)
        Sleep(2000)
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Set!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 65, 30)
        Sleep(3000)
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Shot!!")
        GUICtrlSetPos($Prompt, 60, 30)
        $time = @SEC + 2
        Do
            $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        If $msg = $x Then
            GUICtrlSetData($player,"Player picked: Scissors")
            GUICtrlSetData($computer,"Computer picked: " & $comp)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = 1
            $prev = "Scissors"  
            If $comp = "Scissors" Then
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Tie")
            ElseIf $comp = "Rock       " Then
                $cturn = $cturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "I get 1")
            Else
                $pturn = $pturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Dang you got 1")
            EndIf
            
        ElseIf $msg = $p Then
            GUICtrlSetData($player, "Player picked: Paper     ")
            GUICtrlSetData($computer, "Computer picked: " & $comp)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 2
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = 2
            $prev = "Paper    " 
            If $comp = "Paper     " Then
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Tie")
            ElseIf $comp = "Scissors" Then
                $cturn = $cturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "I get 1")
            Else
                $pturn = $pturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Dang you got 1")
            EndIf
            
            
        ElseIf $msg = $r Then
            GUICtrlSetData($player, "Player picked: Rock     ")
            GUICtrlSetData($computer, "Computer picked: " & $comp)
            Select
                Case $comp = "Rock     "
                $compi = $compi - 1
                Case $comp = "Scissors"
                $compi = $compi - 2
                Case $comp = "Paper   "
                $compi = $compi + 2
                Case $prev = "Rock     "
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Scissors"
                $compi2 = $compi2 - 1
                Case $prev = "Paper   "
                $compi2 = $compi2 + 2
            EndSelect
            $compi3 = .5
            $prev = "Rock      "    
            If $comp = "Rock       " Then
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Tie")
            ElseIf $comp = "Paper     " Then
                $cturn = $cturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "I get 1")
            Else
                $pturn = $pturn + 1
                GUICtrlSetData($results, "Dang you got 1")
            EndIf
            
        EndIf
    Until $msg = $x or $msg = $p or $msg = $r or $time = @SEC
    If $cturn = 2 Then
        GUICtrlSetData($Player, "You Lose")
        GUICtrlSetData($computer, "I Win")
        GUICtrlSetData($results, "You pay for dinner")
        $cturn = 0
        $pturn = 0
    ElseIf $pturn = 2 Then
        GUICtrlSetData($Player, "You Win")
        GUICtrlSetData($computer, "I lose...")
        GUICtrlSetData($results, "You got Lucky")
        $cturn = 0
        $pturn = 0
        EndIf
        
        
    If $time = @SEC Then
        MsgBox (0, "Time","Times Up")
    EndIf
    
        GUICtrlSetData($prompt, "Are you ready?")
            GUICtrlSetPos($prompt, 40,30)
        
    Case $msg = $gui_event_close
        Exit
    EndSelect
WEnd


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Andreik

I write a script like yours:

Global $SELECTED = 0
Global $COMPUTER_COUNT = 0
Global $HUMAN_COUNT = 0
Dim $MOVE[3]
$MOVE[0] = "Rock"
$MOVE[1] = "Paper"
$MOVE[2] = "Scissors"

$GUI = GUICreate("Game",100,200,-1,-1,0x16C80000,0x00000181)
$START = GUICtrlCreateButton("START",30,5,40,20)
$rock = GUICtrlCreateButton("O",10,30,20,20)
$paper = GUICtrlCreateButton("-",40,30,20,20)
$scissors = GUICtrlCreateButton("X",70,30,20,20)
$comp = GUICtrlCreateLabel("",5,100,90,20)
$human = GUICtrlCreateLabel("",5,125,90,20)
$additional = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Are you ready?",5,150,90,40,0x01)
GUISetState()

While 1
    $MSG = GUIGetMsg()
    If $MSG = $START Then
        $select = ""
        GUICtrlSetData($additional,"Set")
        $TIME = TimerInit()
        Do
            $MSG = GUIGetMsg()
            If $MSG = $rock And $SELECTED <> 1 Then
                $select = $MOVE[0]
                $SELECTED = 1
            ElseIf $MSG = $paper And $SELECTED <> 1 Then
                $select = $MOVE[1]
                $SELECTED = 1
            ElseIf $MSG = $scissors And $SELECTED <> 1 Then
                $select = $MOVE[2]
                $SELECTED = 1
            EndIf
        Until TimerDiff($TIME) >= 3000
        If $select = "" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"Times up")
            $COMPUTER_COUNT += 1
        EndIf
        $SELECTED = 0
        $comp_select = $MOVE[Random(0,2,1)]
        GUICtrlSetData($comp,"Computer: " & $comp_select)
        GUICtrlSetData($human,"Human: " & $select)
        If $select = $comp_select Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"Draw game")
        ElseIf $select = "Paper" and $comp_select = "Rock" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"You are winner")
            $HUMAN_COUNT += 1
        ElseIf $select = "Rock" And $comp_select = "Paper" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"I am winner")
            $COMPUTER_COUNT += 1
        ElseIf $select = "Paper" and $comp_select = "Scissors" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"I am winner")
            $COMPUTER_COUNT += 1
        ElseIf $select = "Scissors" and $comp_select = "Paper" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"You are winner")
            $HUMAN_COUNT += 1
        ElseIf $select = "Rock" And $comp_select = "Scissors" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"You are winner")
            $HUMAN_COUNT += 1
        ElseIf $select = "Scissors" and $comp_select = "Rock" Then
            GUICtrlSetData($additional,"I am winner")
            $COMPUTER_COUNT += 1
        EndIf
        Sleep(5000)
        GUICtrlSetData($comp,"")
        GUICtrlSetData($human,"")
        GUICtrlSetData($additional,"You:" & $HUMAN_COUNT & @CRLF & "Me:" & $COMPUTER_COUNT)
    ElseIf $MSG = -3 Then
        Exit
    EndIf
WEnd
Edited by Andreik

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When I first ran yours I didn't realize when it said set, that I was supposed to click a button, I was waiting for go. So it errored. Then after that it stores your button in there It remains that selection. I scored, and my score didn't go up.

Edit: your's also appears to be random. For Mine I tried to make it so it guessed fairly accurately what you where going to pick. I went with, most people go in order, Rock to Paper to Scissors. If the user chooses Rock, it becomes likely the computer will go with scissors, especially if before Rock user choose Scissors.

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Look at my edit now. ;)


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Ha, so if you don't select anything the computer wins a point. How bout a timer so the user knows They have a set time, and they can click before time runs out. I was thinking of putting a timer on mine. I'm also thinking of making mine so it stores more history to add into the math and make it read patterns better. For Humans, Random is difficult, No matter how random we try to be, human nature prefers patterns. Just ask the developers of Big Blue. It Read peoples patterns to beat them in chess. But then it had a lot more variables to go by then we do with Rock Paper Scissors best of 3. Now if it stored previous matches in the computer, then it could learn better, and eventually win 95% of the time. (Have to account for Murphy's law)


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Ha, so if you don't select anything the computer wins a point. How bout a timer so the user knows They have a set time, and they can click before time runs out. I was thinking of putting a timer on mine. I'm also thinking of making mine so it stores more history to add into the math and make it read patterns better. For Humans, Random is difficult, No matter how random we try to be, human nature prefers patterns. Just ask the developers of Big Blue. It Read peoples patterns to beat them in chess. But then it had a lot more variables to go by then we do with Rock Paper Scissors best of 3. Now if it stored previous matches in the computer, then it could learn better, and eventually win 95% of the time. (Have to account for Murphy's law)

If you want to follow some models and if you have time you can create a little artificial intelligence bot that follow in time player chooses and find some models. But still more then 80% from turns I don't think if computer can win if follow some patterns.

Edited by Andreik

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I was counting on that it would guess wrong maybe 20% of the time, but it would have to guess wrong twice in one game to lose. Even at random it has a 66.6666% chance of not giving up a point. So it could guess wrong (Tie) and not lose, and just add that to the math. something like if player is down 1 to 0 player tends to use rock 60% Scissors 20 and Paper 20 so Rock would be used, but I would want to expand that to if player is down 1 to 0, player previously used Rock, Computer Previously used Paper, Player has played 15 games this session, ect. to get as exact a guess as possible.


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I was counting on that it would guess wrong maybe 20% of the time, but it would have to guess wrong twice in one game to lose. Even at random it has a 66.6666% chance of not giving up a point. So it could guess wrong (Tie) and not lose, and just add that to the math. something like if player is down 1 to 0 player tends to use rock 60% Scissors 20 and Paper 20 so Rock would be used, but I would want to expand that to if player is down 1 to 0, player previously used Rock, Computer Previously used Paper, Player has played 15 games this session, ect. to get as exact a guess as possible.

I don't think if your algorithm is good. You cannot predict that a player tends to use rock 60%, scissors 20% and paper 20 %. And how you calculate if use a random method is 66.66% chance of not giving up a point.

My idea is next:

If you try to use a model is probably to guess next player move but for this you must create a special algorithm to log all player moves and is possible that player give to computer a model and then trick computer intended.

If you use random chooses is very hard to know next move of computer and I think that a player select a random choose not a strategically choose.

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I get the 66.6666% from, if its a tie, no point given, if its a win, no point given, if its a lose point give. odds are 2:3 that a point will not be given, or 66.6666%. And my plan is for it to store a variable each turn that is added to an average to decide what to go with. When you get yours the way you want, and I get mine the way I want, we will battle them and see which program can oust the other :-P.


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I get the 66.6666% from, if its a tie, no point given, if its a win, no point given, if its a lose point give. odds are 2:3 that a point will not be given, or 66.6666%. And my plan is for it to store a variable each turn that is added to an average to decide what to go with. When you get yours the way you want, and I get mine the way I want, we will battle them and see which program can oust the other :-P.

I very curious now. I wait until you finish your script what you want to do and I want to see if is significant better.

Bully for you! ;)


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As soon as I have enough time to not only figure out the math I want to put in there but also put it in there :-P


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You won twice? or it did? I did find one way to easily beat it yesterday, so I put a random in there until I have time to play with it more.


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I won twice, randomly..

Anyway, I played around a bit with an algorithm to decide what choice the computer would make. The algorithm isn't really fancy, but the rest of the code is pretty neat.

Global $OPT_DEBUG_MESSAGEBOX = False ; Change to true if you wish to notify the end user when an exception occurs

Global $SHOT_DEFAULT = 0
Global $SHOT_ROCK = 1
Global $SHOT_CISSORS = 2
Global $SHOT_PAPER = 3

Dim $mShots[1]

_Shot_Add($SHOT_ROCK)
_Shot_Add($SHOT_ROCK)
_Shot_Add($SHOT_CISSORS)
_Shot_Add($SHOT_PAPER)

_Shot_DisplayAll()

_Shot_PredictNext()

Func _Shot_Add($pShot)
    If $pShot <> $SHOT_ROCK And $pShot <> $SHOT_PAPER And $pShot <> $SHOT_CISSORS Then
        _ThrowException("Tried to add non-valid shot")
        Return 0
    Else
        $lShotlength = UBound($mShots)
        ReDim $mShots[$lShotlength+1]
        $mShots[$lShotlength] = $pShot
        Return 1
    EndIf
EndFunc

Func _Shot_PredictNext()
    $lPrediction = $SHOT_DEFAULT
    
    ;; Code to calculate next move
    $lTotalRock = 0
    $lTotalCissor = 0
    $lTotalPaper = 0
    
    $lShotlength = UBound($mShots)-1
    For $lIndex = 1 to $lShotlength
        Switch $mShots[$lIndex]
            Case $SHOT_ROCK
                $lTotalRock += 1
            Case $SHOT_CISSORS
                $lTotalCissor += 1
            Case $SHOT_PAPER
                $lTotalPaper += 1
        EndSwitch
    Next
    If $lTotalRock > $lTotalCissor AND $lTotalRock > $lTotalPaper Then
        $lPrediction = $SHOT_ROCK
    ElseIf $lTotalCissor > $lTotalRock AND $lTotalCissor > $lTotalPaper Then
        $lPrediction = $SHOT_CISSORS
    ElseIf $lTotalPaper > $lTotalCissor AND $lTotalPaper > $lTotalRock Then
        $lPrediction = $SHOT_PAPER
    EndIf
    ;; End code to calculate next move
    
    If $lPrediction = $SHOT_DEFAULT Then
        _ThrowException("Could not predict next move")
    EndIf
    
    ConsoleWrite("Predict next shot as: " & _Shot_TranslateToString($lPrediction) & @CRLF)
    Return $lPrediction
EndFunc

Func _Shot_Display($pIndex)
    ConsoleWrite("Shot " & $pIndex & " = " & _Shot_TranslateToString($mShots[$pIndex]) & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func _Shot_DisplayAll()
    $lShotlength = UBound($mShots)-1
    For $lIndex = 1 to $lShotlength
        _Shot_Display($lIndex)
    Next
EndFunc

Func _Shot_TranslateToString($pShot)
    $lShotString = ""
    Switch $pShot
        Case $SHOT_DEFAULT
            $lShotString = "#DEFAULT#"
        Case $SHOT_ROCK
            $lShotString = "Rock"
        Case $SHOT_CISSORS
            $lShotString = "Cissors"
        Case $SHOT_PAPER
            $lShotString = "Paper"
        Case Else
            _ThrowException("Could not translate shot index " & $pShot & " to string.")
    EndSwitch
    
    Return $lShotString
EndFunc

Func _ThrowException($pException)
    If $OPT_DEBUG_MESSAGEBOX Then 
        MsgBox(0, "An exception occured", $pException & @CRLF)
    EndIf
    ConsoleWrite("Exception: " & $pException & @CRLF)
EndFunc

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jvanegmond

Some sample output the code would give:

Shot 1 = Rock
Shot 2 = Rock
Shot 3 = Cissors
Shot 4 = Paper
Predict next shot as: Rock

Shot 1 = Rock
Shot 2 = Cissors
Shot 3 = Paper
Exception: Could not predict next move
Predict next shot as: #DEFAULT#

Exception: Tried to add non-valid shot
Shot 1 = Rock
Shot 2 = Rock
Shot 3 = Cissors
Predict next shot as: Rock

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youknowwho4eva

I see your going with what the user uses most often as what they are most likely to use the next time. I'm thinking of making an extended list with a code like system. If the user is down 1 to 0 and the user previously used rock. the last time this same situation arose he used paper. send scissors. maybe add in there total time of play. something like the last 3 times he was in this situation he used paper, odds are he's going to try to trick you and use rock. send paper. The more variables the more accurate the guess, as long as the variables are relevant to the guess. almost any way you do it though the user can figure out what the computer is going to guess, so throw a random in there to keep them guessing ;)


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jvanegmond

Yes, the algorithm I wrote is more something I came up with quickly. I had intended the code as a good base on which you could easily expand on.

I see what you mean with using patterns. It is very interesting logic, and Rock Paper Scissors is a very good game to start with. Very advanced Poker bots also work in this way. I'll see if I can come up with something basic, if you haven't already.

Edited by Manadar

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