Say you want to build an online web-based game of (say) Hangman where the person who continues to win eventually wins a cash prize. The more players that enter the game the more the eventual winner wins.
However, it is clear these days, that any game which has cash prizes will attract the bot-writers. I would assume that even a game like Hangman would be a trivial matter for an experienced bot-writer to create a bot which would provide a significant edge over a human player.
Based on this fact; that any online game could provide a bot-writer with a advantage over human players, my question is: is it possible to create a online game which provides cash prizes which a bot-writer would have no significant advantage over human players? Or is it simply that bots are too powerful and pervasive now in gaming and a real-money-transaction game is not feasible?