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Michael Kammermeier
Michael Kammermeier
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Oct. 8, 2010
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Aug. 14
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Michael Kammermeier's bidding problem: K42 AJ984 --- Q5432
Addition for solvers not familiar with this bidding method 3H is a quasi gameforce opposite a weak 55 minor hand 3nt is expected on 2155 3055 4h on 1255 0355 4m on no fit 65s
André Marx's lead problem: T84 T642 984 J95
This create arguments. Classical view is to lead dummies "suit" i.e. spades but can also argue that you should look for the most unusual lead!
Catching Cheaters
What you do is complete bowing of statistics. The facts you cite are 100% right but have NOTHING to do with our cheating case. If you have a test for a disease thats 99,9999% right and the disease comes up 1 in a million of course the test is ...
10 weeks
The "do you want to win this way" attitude is complete nonsense! Of course you want to and WILL win by opps making more or less silly mistakes. The level of silliness just depends on the level of the player in case and the loss of concentration. There are hands ...
10 weeks
Misprint Two minor singles of course Thanks Andi!
10 weeks
Nice comment Olivier but does t hit the target. It s not about beheading an innocent bit about the level of proof that is asked for. If you do it with quantum physics you can say the chance that FN put their cards everytime like this for years by instance ...
Catching Cheaters
Hi friends, btw i m a doctor but know these statistical purposes very well. The objections are just the ones that led to the german doctors continuous maldoing over decades. We are NOT in the danger of a nuclear meltdown, which must not happen at ALL by ANY means. if ...
Catching Cheaters
Agree with Larry Cohen! It MUST be possible that at some point highly improbable is taken as impossible. If something -another commentator stated this - is 0,00001% and it repeats to 1: 10^15 the culprit must accept his fate. Bad luck in astrophysical dimensions is like the famous brick ...
Challenge Match ends in a tie
Hi, i agree! Pity it wasn t possible to record the comments. I have been longing for another video for months :( Yours Mike
Michael Kammermeier's bidding problem: A --- AKQJT98 AK432
I was a kibitz on that hand. My idea was a direct 4NT for the minors correcting the most probable 5 Clubs to 6 Diamonds emphasizing the Clubs but clearly showing independent Diamonds. But this is only half of this fascinating hand as you will want to walk the dog ...
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