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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
For bidding with interference special methods are necessary with the ensuing increase in computational intensity but I object your claim that the bidding system without interference will be hugely affected. The argument is that strong or Polish club systems are generally successful even though there are bids that are prone ...
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
But that's their assumption: nobody bids; if you don't like it I have nothing to else to say. Besides, no sane approach would focus on tail events in deriving the expected value of a contract.
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
How reshuffling the remaining cards to derive the expected value possibly implies that the competition bids?
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
Shawn, 'randomly dealing opponents cards (more than once) and then doing double dummy analysis' is used to find the expected value of a contract and thus to determine the loss function. The value function summarizes the path information since it's derived iteratively; I don't think that determining every ...
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
It's even more general since it may take any defined structure of opening bids as the starting point and develop a full system
Jack Spear's bidding problem: 32 K432 AKJ9 AK2
S likes adventure, and here it comes!
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: K643 Q92 A AKQJ2
You learn quick to open this hand 2N partnering N Robot. Given that gib slam invitations are on the conservative side, I bid obvious 6N; perhaps the problem was too gib specific.
German Cup Finals not on BBO
Throwing too much baby and too little water. Seems the idea that BBO broadcast may increase the likelihood of c is a bit far fetched relative to cheating opportunities without BBO broadcast. Say, someone transmits the hand observed on BBO to an electronic device. Then the owner of this device ...
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: AK --- AQ AQJ876543
I see a gambling case for 6, in a hope of lead. We should know though about the E reputation to make this case weaker or stronger
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: AKT96 AT54 3 A93
Chuck, You should have in your repertoire a big raise to 4 via 4 and 4 after which W has an easy move
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