(Editor's Note: The Twitch stream broadcasts intermittently, but will be playing during the weekend).
Depending on how good your are at the mobile game Threes, you can either watch the stream above and scoff at the computer's rookie mistakes, or despair that you'll ever be anywhere near as good. (I'm in the latter camp).
Threes is a mobile matching game that's simple to learn and deviously addictive, but the later levels especially involve quite a bit of luck. So, it's understandable that the computer does great in the early game getting to 1,536, but has trouble setting record-breaking scores. But that's also because robots lack the latent psychic abilities that set apart true Threes master*.
The computer takes a screenshot after every move, runs some calculations, then physically swipes the board in the next direction it needs. Unlike when I play, he never needs to gently nudge the cards in one direction or another to help decide whether that'll be a good choice or not.
*Real Threes masters probably aren't psychic, but it makes me feel better to imagine that when I look at my own leaderboard rankings.