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Deb Dhar
Deb Dhar
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April 27, 2014
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Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
@Barry – Bill Belichick is a genius. He bent several NFL rules to gain smallest advantages without breaking them – nothing wrong there. It is extremely hard for me to believe that he did not know this particular rule. In addition, the Wikipedia reports that “After meeting with Goodell on February 13 ...
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
On the contrary, IMHO, Randy proved his point. Here is a link to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spygate_(NFL) . “ the NFL announced they had received and destroyed the requested materials” – the tapes. No one outside of Patriot organization and the NFL has seen those tapes. Yet, all Patriot fans ...
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
Wouldn't East, holding Axx and "knowing" clubs were 3-3, duck the second club lead to give declarer a losing option? Going up makes sense only when E has J as well. My dummy play skills are not good enough to decide whether to go for diamond finesse or squeeze ...
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
May be they were lucky :)
AI Will Take Over
Declarer, after winning with A, cashed 6 clubs followed by 3 spades. There were only 12 tricks available then since diamonds were blocked.
MANFIELD Wins Mixed Teams
Congrats!
Did The Blue Team Cheat?
So, two world-class champions and, perhaps a little less talented player, and three below average players won 12 world championships in a row. How could they have done it without a -------- system? I am absolutely certain there will be another book detailing their codes. Until then I abstain.
Combining chances
I do not know what the best percentage line is. I will play 3 rounds of clubs discarding two spades and ruffing the third. I will run the J next. If it wins low spade to Q. If J loses win the heart return in dummy. Finesse diamonds next starting ...
Play Problem
If we assume that the lead is a singleton and hearts are 7=2 then West has 5 vacant spaces and East has 6. Isn't 2=2 break now has higher probability than 1=3? The probability of 3-1 (1=3 or 3=1) break is still higher. But ...
Play problem (local unit KO match)
Similar to the line of Jurijs above. Ruff . Lead a low diamond Q. If West wins with Ace and gives E a ruff unblock 9. E is kind of end-played. Leading a heart or club gives free finesse. Will decide how to play trumps later. If Q wins cash ...
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