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Cribbage for your command line

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# Cribbage for your command line

Implementation of [cribbage]( for two players. Text-based GUI for use on your command line (so you can appear to be working). Several kinds of opponents.

## Opponents

  • Random. This opponent plays a random legal move.
  • Brute Force. This opponent uses an enumerative strategy to determine the move with the greatest possible reward (points), and takes that move.
  • Trained. This opponent plays according to predictions made by a machine learning model. The predictions are based the outcomes of the games in the training data set (see the train directory).

## Installation

Install using pip:

`bash pip install cribbage `

Or install from the source

`bash git clone cd cribbage python install `

## How to use

If you want to play an easy game against the computer, you can run with the following.

`bash cribbage human random --name1 Alex --name2 Amy `

If you would like to try playing one of the AI opponents (you likely will not win), you can run with the following.

`bash cribbage human brute_force --name1 Alex --name2 Amy `

In either case, replace “Alex” with your name and “Amy” for the name you wish to call the opponent, or omit them if you don’t care about naming the players.

## Help

Run cribbage -h for more.

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