treys is a pure Python poker hand evaluation library
A pure Python poker hand evaluation library
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` $ pip install git+https://github.com/ihendley/treys `
## Implementation notes
Treys is a fork of https://github.com/worldveil/deuces that supports Python 3.
Treys (originally Deuces) was written by [Will Drevo](http://willdrevo.com/) for the MIT Pokerbots Competition. It is lightweight and fast. All lookups are done with bit arithmetic and dictionary lookups. That said, Treys won’t beat a C implemenation (~250k eval/s) but it is useful for situations where Python is required or where bots are allocated reasonable thinking time (human time scale).
Treys handles 5, 6, and 7 card hand lookups. The 6 and 7 card lookups are done by combinatorially evaluating the 5 card choices.
Treys is easy to set up and use.
`python >>> from treys import Card >>> card = Card.new('Qh') `
Card objects are represented as integers to keep Treys performant and lightweight.
Now let’s create the board and an example Texas Hold’em hand:
`python >>> board = [ >>> Card.new('Ah'), >>> Card.new('Kd'), >>> Card.new('Jc') >>> ] >>> hand = [ >>> Card.new('Qs'), >>> Card.new('Th') >>> ] `
Pretty print card integers to the terminal:
>>> Card.print_pretty_cards(board + hand) [ A ❤ ] , [ K ♦ ] , [ J ♣ ] , [ Q ♠ ] , [ T ❤ ]
If you have [termacolor](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/termcolor) installed, they will be colored as well.
Otherwise move straight to evaluating your hand strength: `python >>> from treys import Evaluator >>> evaluator = Evaluator() >>> print evaluator.evaluate(board, hand) 1600 `
Hand strength is valued on a scale of 1 to 7462, where 1 is a Royal Flush and 7462 is unsuited 7-5-4-3-2, as there are only 7642 distinctly ranked hands in poker. Once again, refer to my blog post for a more mathematically complete explanation of why this is so.
If you want to deal out cards randomly from a deck, you can also do that with Treys: `python >>> from treys import Deck >>> deck = Deck() >>> board = deck.draw(5) >>> player1_hand = deck.draw(2) >>> player2_hand = deck.draw(2) ` and print them:
>>> Card.print_pretty_cards(board) [ 4 ♣ ] , [ A ♠ ] , [ 5 ♦ ] , [ K ♣ ] , [ 2 ♠ ] >>> Card.print_pretty_cards(player1_hand) [ 6 ♣ ] , [ 7 ❤ ] >>> Card.print_pretty_cards(player2_hand) [ A ♣ ] , [ 3 ❤ ]
Let’s evaluate both hands strength, and then bin them into classes, one for each hand type (High Card, Pair, etc) `python >>> p1_score = evaluator.evaluate(board, player1_hand) >>> p2_score = evaluator.evaluate(board, player2_hand) >>> p1_class = evaluator.get_rank_class(p1_score) >>> p2_class = evaluator.get_rank_class(p2_score) ` or get a human-friendly string to describe the score,
>>> print "Player 1 hand rank = %d (%s)\n" % (p1_score, evaluator.class_to_string(p1_class)) Player 1 hand rank = 6330 (High Card)>>> print "Player 2 hand rank = %d (%s)\n" % (p2_score, evaluator.class_to_string(p2_class)) Player 2 hand rank = 1609 (Straight)
or, coolest of all, get a blow-by-blow analysis of the stages of the game with relation to hand strength:
>>> hands = [player1_hand, player2_hand] >>> evaluator.hand_summary(board, hands)
========== FLOP ========== Player 1 hand = High Card, percentage rank among all hands = 0.893192 Player 2 hand = Pair, percentage rank among all hands = 0.474672 Player 2 hand is currently winning.
========== TURN ========== Player 1 hand = High Card, percentage rank among all hands = 0.848298 Player 2 hand = Pair, percentage rank among all hands = 0.452292 Player 2 hand is currently winning.
========== RIVER ========== Player 1 hand = High Card, percentage rank among all hands = 0.848298 Player 2 hand = Straight, percentage rank among all hands = 0.215626
========== HAND OVER ========== Player 2 is the winner with a Straight
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