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I am trying to figure out which player I am playing against in play() how should I proceed to do so? What I am thinking is that importing RPS_game.py and from its play function seeing the player_2. Is this approach right? Is there any better way?
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- Count. Every game is 1,000 turns. The players should play in mostly the same order, I think.
- Analyze the player’s plays. Every player plays in a distinct pattern. It should be easy to detect three of them anyway (so all of them by elimination).
- There is an easier way that doesn’t involve importing the other players. I haven’t investigated if that’s feasible. But the other way is really easy…so much so that it takes the “machine” out of “machine learning.”
- Play the other players against each other. One is a lot tougher than the rest. Then, read the code to see why.
- Create a strategy good enough to beat them all. It’s only a recommendation that you may need to employ different strategies.
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