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Under the Gun Podcast No.9: Brains vs AI w Jason Les

DavidTuchman Posts: 786Pro
edited May 2015 in Under the Gun podcast
Brains Vs Artificial intelligence

Tuck talks to Jason Les about his meteoric rise in the world of poker and as a HU specialist all culminating with him participating in the Brains vs AI challenge.




  • FuzzyDunlop Posts: 139Subscriber
    I've enjoyed all the UTG podcasts but this one is the best by a mile. The depth of discussion you get into with Jason is awesome and super motivating. The more guests you can get along his lines the better.

    Jason gave some great insight into what it takes to get better that's really applicable.

  • boredoo Posts: 223Subscriber
    Agree with TennisBall up there. Great podcast. I followed the Brains vs AI challenge somewhat closely (if checking results and reading the 1000+ post 2p2 thread counts) and he revealed a lot that I hadn't read online or heard in any news accounts. Nice.
  • DavidTuchman Posts: 786Pro
    Glad you guys liked it! Obviously, every podcast will be different, but I tend to agree with you. I'm a huge fan of Jason's
  • GhostDogGhostDog Posts: 328Subscriber
    Great show Tuck! Super interesting, keep'em coming!!!
  • mythomaniac Posts: 284Subscriber
    I like hearing how Jason pretty much declared "I'm going to be the best at HU" to himself when starting his journey. I might be getting a job that is going to kill my ability to play as often live and I'd be interested to hear how good of an idea it would be to take his approach to the NJ based online sites playing HU. Does anyone know or think it would be worth my time if I can only log about 10hrs/week?
  • DavidTuchman Posts: 786Pro
    unfortunately, I have no idea how the NJ sites are, but I can tell you he was consumed by it. He put in way more than 10 hours per week into his game
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