Our “Smart Poker Table” detects the players’ cards as well as the community cards. It computes the winning probabilities for each player, according to the rules of Texas Hold’em, and renders them onto a screen.
In this article we define and publish the exact pre-flop probabilities for each possible combination of two hands in Textas Hold’em poker. An online tool at tools.timodenk.com/poker-odds-pre-flop makes the data visually accessible.
Let the Haskell function slice be defined as slice :: Int -> Int -> [a] -> [a] slice from len xs = take len (drop from xs) It takes to integral values, marking the beginning and the length of a sub-list, […]
I have recently acquired a digital piano. Other than playing it, I have spent some time processing and visualizing its MIDI output data. What’s that? The digital piano has a USB port for data streaming (while somebody is playing). This […]
This is a brief update about a project I have been working on lately. It’s my first bigger Haskell project, and about parsing a Backus-Naur form (BNF) expression and returning it in JSON format. More formally, this can be seen […]
Corsairs3D is a riveting single player game that puts you into a pirate’s shoes. Your ship sails around an island, defended by brave guards, with the goal being, to collect as many coins as possible. But watch out: The defense […]
This guide walks you through setting up PyCharm Professional and Docker, with the goal of developing TensorFlow applications in PyCharm, while executing the code inside of an encapsulated container. After completing the following steps, you will be able to write Python code […]
The LaTeX package tikz contains a set of commands that can render vector based graphs and plots. This post contains several examples which are intended to be used as a cut-and-paste boilerplate. Each sample comes with a screenshot and a […]
In late 2017, small groups of our class were given the task to delve into the assembly language and write a program for the 8051 microcontroller, as part of the Low-Level Programming lecture. This post documents the project MOV is Turing-Complete: 4-bit […]
This post functions as a quick development update on the Math to Image Conversion Bot (on Telegram), the TeX math to image conversion tool (at tools.timodenk.com), and the API that serves them both. The objective is to convert TeX math-code into images.