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Proceedings of the Thirtieth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
AlphaZero has achieved superhuman performance on various perfect-information games, such as chess, shogi and Go. However, directly applying AlphaZero to imperfect-information games (IIG) is infeasible, due to the fact that traditional MCTS methods cannot handle missing information of other players. Meanwhile, there have been several extensions of MCTS for IIGs, by implicitly or explicitly sampling a state of other players. But, due to the inability to handle private and public information well,doi:10.24963/ijcai.2021/470 fatcat:jtspuvcoh5hhteq52u3m56rsdu