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Jeannie Fitzgerald
Jeannie Fitzgerald
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Member Since
March 29, 2013
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18 minutes ago
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Bridge Player
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Ireland

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jeannief
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AI and Chess
An added challenge is that if competing against human opponents the Bridge AI has to be able to generate human understandable explanations for its actions. That is fine for traditional rule-based expert systems, but not so straightforward for deep learning approaches.
Offer to fund development of a speed bridge teaching app
A starting point might be simple app for declarer play. Provide declarer and dummy's hands, the opening lead and designate trumps (or no trumps) and the player scores points for each trick taken. Something a bit like BBO Bridge Master. I reckon that people who are good at other ...
Superstitions?
I had a lucky biro for a while, but the luck did not last for some reason.
Jeannie Fitzgerald's bidding problem: 7 KJ8764 T AK632
Interesting idea. I do play non leaping Michaels over 3M pre-empts but have not come across the approach being used in this scenario.
Defend in third seat
What was the layout Steve?
Defend in third seat
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Defend in third seat
Partner's ud count card on the K of clubs indicates either 1 or 2 clubs. An unlikely chance to beat this is that partner has a stiff club and the ace of diamonds. Partner might have echoed in trumps though, if that were the case.
Jeannie Fitzgerald's bidding problem: K3 QT2 A965 9532
Pass is still a clear majority choice, in the sense that more people voted for Pass than for X or 2S.
4-3-2-4
At lot of Europeans rebid 1NT here. You can find the 4/4 M fit if going on and responder will usually choose to bid a 4 card Major in preference to a diamond suit with fewer than GF values.
Original Bridge Event Formats
@Richard Fleet. Of course, we should not underestimate the difficulty some players have getting to sleep after a taxing session of bridge.
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