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Andrzej Matuszewski
Andrzej Matuszewski
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 21, 2012
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
Statistician with interests in: sociology, history, psychology, pure mathematics, ecology and MUSIC

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Jerzy Orysiak, Tadeusz Skalski, Roman Krzemien
ACBL Ranking
subjective Standard Polish Club
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Your comment?
I reported my own play... Generally we play routinely (one can not consider each hand as a subtle problem) and find out complexity of this hand AFTER EVERYTHING. Of course I - as statistician - do not like guesses fifty/fifty. My role is to prove that it is in fact 51 ...
Your comment?
No, I meant different thing! If you are a priori convinced that chance for queen in hands of E is significantly higher than the probability of other alternative it is definitely good to make a simple maneuver earlier. Instead of playing A in the fourth trick Enter to closed hand ...
Your comment?
If you rely on "vacant places" theory, why don't to enter the closed hand with ace of spades and play 10?. You have to affirm that W can not have void in spades. Probability of such void is comparable with the probability that he has 4 hearts.
Your comment?
I remind you that W bid before knowing that the trumps will be hearts. For me it is important...
Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: AQT A63 AJ32 AT3
2NT is too weak, 4 is too strong. There is a speculative bid 3... We can assume that pd does not hold K. But he can have kings in hearts and/or clubs. May be with jacks....
Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: AQT A63 AJ32 AT3
From the discussion above I understood that there was third fault: I do not distinguish second and fourth hand positions, after they open.
Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: AQT A63 AJ32 AT3
I can tell you the truth of reality while preparing polls and articles (not only for BW). 90% of articles were born not as reports of my brilliancy but rather as analyzes of catastrophes. In this deal I made 2 errors (or bad decisions). I bid 1NT instead of 2NT ...
Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: AQT A63 AJ32 AT3
1. I did not like x in the first round. This is why: W N E S(me) 1 p p x p 1 p 1NT p ? In this position pd knows nothing. 2. Returning to the reality of the problem. There are two possible interpretations of pd ...
ALL ACTIONS!!!!! Bidding 2NT N-GIB knew that he is going to finish in 3, which can be easily doubled. Our 3 can be easily played on 4-3 fit with their division 1-5. Their 2x seems less dangerous for NS. It is worth to make simulation for comparison ...
I made several simulations, projected another ones and made some "advanced simulations". All of them were very interesting. This hand is a material for new simulations. One learns a lot making such research... May be we will introduce a scientific corner at BW...

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