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Andrzej Matuszewski
Andrzej Matuszewski
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Member Since
July 21, 2012
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about me

Statistician with interests in: sociology, history, psychology, pure mathematics, ecology and MUSIC

Country
Poland

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Jerzy Orysiak, Tadeusz Skalski, Roman Krzemien
BBO Username
mata2015
ACBL Ranking
None
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Are these details really unimportant?
I'd say that N could pass but it is not very easy.
Are these details really unimportant?
OK, I give the answer. May be there is: something illogical or a simple error. The Chance is the following: 1. E has AQ2 2. After winning spades trick and cashing K. He will not play x. If I play 6 in the third trick I get the following Chance ...
Are these details really unimportant?
No, it is standard carding here. Most propbably it is singleton or doubleton.
Are these details really unimportant?
Say, you played 3. 5, J, Q followed. In original problem, E played K and then x. This must happen when you see the closed hand. But from E's point of view, the second continuation is not absolutely obvious. He may continue clubs. Or play Q.
Are these details really unimportant?
I give you something that I treat as a hint. Assume there are 5 hearts and only 3 diamonds in dummy. Say, 3 becomes 3.
Are these details really unimportant?
In what sense, Steve?
Law of Total Tricks
I think that real expert feels the LAW. The only problem is what number of artificial sequences (connected with the LAW) he is going to include in the bidding system? But this is quite difficult to assess since he normally plays with different partners.
Subjective probability
The only declarer's distribution that can be considered is: 3=3=3=4. With this distribution, however, he would play differently.
Subjective probability
A heart from the closed hand. If he had only 2 spades, then 2 hearts, but in this case we can easly set him NOT PLAYING SPADES.
Subjective probability
Sometimes we start King from AK. The key of this problem was a false hint in spades. In practice many W's would play for that.
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