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    oskar91
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    poker project need reverse engineering

    I have a highly profitable poker bot and am looking for a programmer with great reverse engineering skills to make more poker networks playable. You will share the profits being made on that network and possibly deploy the clients needed. Send me a message and I will give you my email.
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    I am interested in your project, however as a reverse engineer with poor time management skills and bad judgement I do need an up-front payment of, say, 10% of your winnings before I can commence work on your project.

    As I understand it this system would be capable of theoretically infinite wins. But as I'm a reasonable person I'll only expect half that. Please paypal me 10% of half of infinity dollars at your earliest convenience, and I shall begin my "hax0ring" immediately.
    Still here...

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    oskar91
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    accepted

    I accept your proposal. To verify your paypal account, please transfer 1% of the total sum to my paypal account (pokeMe@huzzy.org).

    If you do not wish to have a part of the profit I am happy to pay upfront instead.
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    Very funny.
    A picture worth 1K words (or .5K DWORDS).

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    oskar91
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    I know my request might look like some fantasy, but I dont know where else to look for a reverse engineering expert. If its any help, the poker programs are normally written in C++ and I need a dll that I can call which tells me what is happening on a table. I have been running for several years using screen OCR but I am switching over to reading memory now. I have one poker network which is done and this can be used as a template so your dll has the same functions.
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    The replies were funny, not what you asked.
    What you need is a trainer that reports the status of the table somewhere (propably a program). I think it is easy except if pocker companies find out about GameGuard

    Hey i don't suppose the following guy is you:


    The first pocker program (with the blue table) in the above image is played allot in my country.
    A picture worth 1K words (or .5K DWORDS).

  7. #7
    oskar91
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    hehe, no I dont play at Party and that guy aint me The program I need doesnt change the poker exe, it only reads its memory so I think its hard for them to defend against (??)
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    Why don't you start learning how to write a poker bot!

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    Alternatively, get a book over the web titled: How to own a shadow/How to own a network. Its got an EXACT scheme on how a poker bot is built/detected/hidden etc.

    Have Phun
    Blame Microsoft, get l337 !!

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    oskar91
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    I already have built the bot (and played for years), now I want to get onto more networks by reading memory instead of reading pixels. I am learning RE but it would be much faster if I could get some more programmers on it.
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