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I do not understand why do you have three variables in one of the plots since it's rating vs. observed as far as I understood. Second, what are the other central moments since you provided only standard deviation around the mean % score.
Oct. 24
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Wow! That's really something. Keeping cards in a suit in which there are still remaining cards instead of the one that do not would be a good starting point for BBO bots. I think I'd like to switch to not speaking terms if you don't mind.
Oct. 24
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Oct. 24
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Yeah, I filly silly about that since I've lost interest in face-to-face ideological disputes some 30 years ago, yet on a site related to bridge I can't resist acting up if provoked.
Oct. 24
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That's fabulously fantastic that experts have superior treatments. But why and why North thought that this misfit hand has to raise the bidding level to at least two?
Oct. 24
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I'm kinda forced to be on this site since reading something interesting on bridge is the best for a break from my work I can perhaps unfortunately imagine. That makes me come back in spite of what I think about a ridiculous in my opinion answer I received from Eugene why my post at the top was removed without removing the original post. Of course, since I agree that the PC/snowflake voting rights on this site can't be overthrown; here I am again, a not-too-smart Easterner.
Oct. 24
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I don't assume that, but I wish they did. I haven't read the Nash paper but from my courses in game theory this equilibrium in the given context corresponds to the best play given the best play by the opponent. As usual, my roughly general expertise brings the point that BBO should hire somebody who somehow understands both bridge and programming while I have doubts that even with patching this objective has been met. I apparently admit I don't know all the challenges. Your presumably specialized expertise seems to not understand my point again.
Oct. 24
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Do I correctly understand that there exist rather plenty of humans educated in the realm of Western universities who think that critical/satirical exposure of feminism with the use of characters like Molly the Mule is ethically wrong?
Oct. 24
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As far as I know establishing a nazi party is illegal in the Western world. Given comparatively low count of victims of nazis relative to commies, I do not understand why communist parties remain legal. Of course, the idea of jail or asylum for merely having potentially dangerous political views was rather a hyperbola.
Oct. 23
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Norman, I'm positive you smoke cigarettes in every means of public transportation since Hitler was the first who banned that.
Oct. 23
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How often you see anybody converts it to penalty under the bidder, and even if they do partner with Q7xxx may do something useful? It's way more often they catch you for profit when you unilaterally shift the contract level up on a misfit. Perhaps against opponents in clubs it's different.
Oct. 23
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It looks like a BBO game not only against randoms but also partnering a random
Oct. 23
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Oct. 23
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Seems that transfers should be avoided by most players since they provide them with a highway to bidding hands with zero HCPs and a misfit
Oct. 23
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I doubt I'd bid with N hand at all. 4 was a panic move. We don't know the form of scoring.
Oct. 23
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It was clear to bot from my play I had five , three and at least one , which leaves the room for at most four . There was no squeeze; sorry if my reference to ‘threat’ confused you - but it's a standard bot defense in case of pseudo-squeeze, to pitch a stopper in a suit bot can see.

Your idea that bots are programmed this well so as to consider misplays doesn't cut it. It's probably hard enough to program bots under Nash equilibrium.
Oct. 23
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Oct. 23
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Doug, do you think that Bot should assume I willingly stranded my K?
Oct. 23
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I prefer to play with partners who don't misdescribe their hands. Anyway, if your 1N rebid may contain any or both four-card majors, what is the problem created by bidding the same with xx in any major?
Oct. 22
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What should I bid in case I want to raise to 7N?
Oct. 22
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Imps & red, can't resist bidding on. Been wrong before.
Oct. 22
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We have the best imaginable solution for this hand: smalldoubletonophobia whips 7N out in no time flat.
Oct. 22
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Oct. 22
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