Chicago poker classic 2012 results
Benji Schwimmer. Ben Morris & Victoria Henk. Myles Munroe & Tessa Cunningham Munroe. Christopher Dumond & Tara Trafzer. Ben Mc . Mar 15, · CPC Results Event 1 final CPC Results Event 2 final CPC Results THE OFFICIAL BLOG OF THE CHICAGO POKER CLASSIC. A controversy at the 3rd Annual Chicago Poker Classic has erupted involving the $50, prize that's to be awarded to the Overall Points Leader.
2012 Chicago Poker Classic
At a special 10 p. During its seven-year history the tournament has become recognized both locally and nationally as one of the highlights of the year in Midwestern professional poker circles. One W Club member will be awarded the automobile at a 9 p. Drawings begin at Noon and will continue hourly until 10 p. Five of the TVs will be given away to lucky guests at the top of each hour. There is tremendous interest in the tournament from nationally ranked players from coast-to-coast, and this year figures to be no exception.
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It follows that the value of the Jack nibble is 7 the three low bits are set and the value of the King nibble is 15 0xF. If this is the case then feel free to read ahead to the Line-by-Line Code Breakdown. This standard defines many details, but most important is the way a number is stored in binary form. This is common practice for any signed number format.
This is great for reading and setting individual bits, but this problem needed full access to 52 bits if it was to succeed. When you do, the floating point number is truncated to the lower 32 bits and implicitly converted to an integer.
After some experimenting, I figured out that I could use standard mathematical operators to achieve the desired effect. Multiplication, division and modulo division were all supported on floats and could be set-up to mask, read and set bits as required. Line-by-line Code Breakdown The first line of code is fairly straight-forward: The bit fields are v and s, our loop iterator is i and our bit offset is o. As described earlier, the s bit field is initialized with a bit set for each rank in our poker hand.
The next line of code is a loop designed to fill the v bit field with the counts of the ranks in our poker hand: The first iteration jumps directly into the body of the loop. Here, v gets incremented by 0 because multiplying by o is a multiplication by 0. Some of you may have noticed that on the other side of the multiplication, is a division by 0.