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Are Bots Endplay Averse?

Since it's about a week since you've seen anything about the bot bridge, here you are.

~~M15103
A643
J942
Q4
Q102
~~M15101
K3
J7632
987543
~~M15102
Q9875
Q105
1095
A6
Fuzzyquack
KJ102
A876
AK8
KJ
W
N
E
S
P
2NT
P
3
P
3NT
P
P
P
D
10
3NT South
NS: 0 EW: 0
Q
2
5
A
3
1
0
K
4
3
9
3
2
0
8
4
J
10
1
3
0
3
A
J
2
2
3
1
9
J
A
4
0
3
2
4
K
5
6
1
4
2
7
8
7
3
1
5
2
6
7
8
2
1
6
2
5
6
K
Q
3
7
2
K
6
7
Q
3
8
2
A
9
3
10
3
9
2
10
10
8
5
3
10
2
2
J
9
Q
3
11
2
N/S +660
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In fthe our-card ending if not earlier it was apparent to E. Bot I had to have J for my 20-21 2N. Perhaps E. Bot took bridge lessons from a certain Greek ship owner since I could almost hear on the internets "Endplay E. Bot? Perish the thought!" Of course I freely admit I committed another bot abuse so often admonished on BW while their programmer if guilty of anything, it's justifiable faith in basic decency of humans.

A theory different from endplay aversion must also be considered. Just scoring a trick with the Q was vehemently inferior in the mind of the programmer relative to scoring the same trick with the Q; of course, human abuse of bots would still never cross the mind of this noble man.  

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