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Brian Wyman
Brian Wyman
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 8, 2010
Last Seen
Sept. 18
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Winning Flight C GNT in DC '09
Regular Bridge Partners
Ben Weiss, Kevin Fay
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
A problem with this treatment, at least in the US, is that there are often ways to defer the bulk of one's income.
No more sit outs at our bridge club!
Kudos to Mike and others.
No more sit outs at our bridge club!
Love the idea. One problem is that the bots -- and, more importantly, the rest of the field -- get no protection from UI being passed.
You open -- partner bids at 1-level -- they interfere -- You bid 2N
Seems like the core question was "should we bid 2n with a well-stopped weak nt" to which the answer is definitively no. 1. No 2. N/a 3. Whatever my agreements are at the 1 level. E.g. In an xyz context if we are playing xyz always on, I ...
True North American Championships Coming
Are you for an unusual defensive play?
No, it's my lowest high diamond.
Are you for an unusual defensive play?
I'll return the D8 and shift to a spade
Conditional probabilities and Bayes' Theorem
...and note that in my "500k" statement, i assumed W was equally likely to play the 2 as the 3. If you're playing against someone who *always* plays low, you'll see the 2 from 32 all 1M times and it's a pure guess as to whether to ...
Conditional probabilities and Bayes' Theorem
Yes, and the intuitive approach, for those not following symbols, is: the two cases that matter are west holding K2 and west holding 32. In the former, west must play the 2, whereas in the latter, west may have played the 3. Therefore K2 is the more likely holding. Elaborating ...
What hasn't been said yet
Maclej, I couldn't pick Roy out of a lineup, but I know he's the guy playing with Sabine...

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