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James Huntington
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Aug. 21, 2015
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First ACBL session 1973, first master point the next year, played pro in 1980s, took many years off, came back in 2000s, now playing almost only on BBO.

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United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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AI and Bridge
Robots and artificial intelligence: how can we govern them? Can they be ethical? Should we tax them? And, beyond that… what is the ugly question on which much AI work and progress will depend, which we, like it or not, must ask and resolve? Find out at http://worksnewage.blogspot ...
James Huntington's bidding problem: KT3 --- K985432 K95
Really? With only 11 Goren points?
James Huntington's bidding problem: KT3 --- K985432 K95
So I saw it when it came up this morning. I quickly eliminated 2, 3, and 1, then thought "Isn't there ANYTHING I can do with this?"
Tired of Passing Yet Another Weak Two Bid in Clubs
The stray jacks aren't great for offense either, but indeed, without the K, I wouldn't have thought at all before bidding 3.
Should the place of VPs in KO events be reconsidered?
Sent a published Letter to the Editor, and got plenty of responses published over the next several months.
New, simple, more accurate rating system.
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Should the place of VPs in KO events be reconsidered?
Hi, Jim! My more recent compadre Mark Raphaelson hit this issue in the Bulletin, and got a big response - he thought he;d grabbed a lizard and it turned out to be an alligator.
Brain Performance Drugs
A post from my Work's New Age blog: “Smart drugs” in the workplace! What are they about, and what problems do they present? See http://worksnewage.blogspot.com/2016/08/modafinil-maybe-best-work-substance-yet.html.
Frequent psyches by a particular pair
So how do you disclose them - only by oral announcement, even in two-board rounds?
Frequent psyches by a particular pair
As in Bridge World's "How Would You Rule?," when psyching becomes VERY frequent it sets up a situation where the pair involved is much more aware of the possibility than opponents could be, and it automatically seeps into their bidding and play judgments. Their example, 50 years ago or ...
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