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Chris Marlow
Chris Marlow
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March 22, 2012
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Chris Marlow's bidding problem: 7 J97543 AK AQJ3
That would be fine if the opponents allow it; otherwise you need to start with 4S if you want to cue bid. :-).
Andy Muenz's lead problem: K92 AKQ QT764 98
When God deals you the AKQ, he wants you to lead one. If it fails, it is His fault, not yours.
“Detecting Cheating in Bridge” by Nic Hammond. Preliminary thoughts
Thank you.
“Detecting Cheating in Bridge” by Nic Hammond. Preliminary thoughts
Also, would you consider providing the table of ocntents for your book?
“Detecting Cheating in Bridge” by Nic Hammond. Preliminary thoughts
Perhaps I have missed this in the comments, but are the results capable of being analyzed by level of contract? There is a much greater reward for cheating against slams than partscores.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: A863 T8 5 K96543
I wonder how the poll results would change if we pass and South were to double. Now against the grand we have to worry about the opponents holding an ace and against the slam we might miss an ace plus a club ruff. Maybe we pass, maybe we gamble on ...
New, simple, more accurate rating system.
I mostly agree with Robert Greene's comment. We mostly know the strong and weak players locally. The main point of a ratings system is not to rank players in order, but to indicate relative strength when creating games for bigger groups. That is a better way to create brackets ...
Priorities for the WBF - Followup
I am not particularly interested in more committees. Perhaps they might help, perhaps not. I am more interested in the expansion of high quality video and audio of matches -- pairs and teams. The ideal standard for the WBF would be to have every serious match monitored, although that there will ...
New, simple, more accurate rating system.
There already is a pretty decent ratings system created by Chris Champion. It is based upon game percentages. It seems to be about as good as anything.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K QJ974 AKT7542 ---
If partner holds xxxx ATxx xx xxx, we are a favorite to make 6, are we not (East is likely to hold the King of hearts)? I suppose I simply succumb to temptation with freak hands.

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