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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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A Beautiful Hand
This hand looks like a trivial pass, game theory of not; also for the reason of not displaying propensity to run. In principle a Nash equilibrium exists for every hand in terms of a mini-max contract, i.e. the highest makable one for which bidding a higher contract by the ...
A Beautiful Hand
I don't get why this particular hand makes anybody think of a Nash equilibrium
More about psychs - and maybe a solution that could make everyone happy
If such system existed, I'd certainly would love to develop a reputation of a psycher so that my opponents would bend their games toward psyche discovery. Then another system will likely be needed to track those who only want to develop a psycher's reputation under false pretenses and ...
Way to Recover
What contact you'd like to be in with South A62, KQ5432, K7, A5 facing 4 bid? Even with A62, KQ5432, KJ, A5 trying for 10 tricks in NT seems to be not a piece of cake.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AQT86 AKJ3 T4 AK
The parameters for 4 are not self evident; if it's a disciplined yarborough outside suit, even 5 may be too high on a bad day
Arjun Dhir's bidding problem: AT7 AT9x xxx Txx
Way too light for a slam move if this is a problem
What happens after a psych
How about assigning a psyching compliance officer to every player?
Ulrich Voigt's bidding problem: AK93 Q Q63 AKT84
Old Polish system was 2N=4441 any strength; 2=5+ no extras; 2/ 'reverse'
Ulrich Voigt's bidding problem: AK93 Q Q63 AKT84
I'd start 1=5, if you can't stand it, also 4441
ATB - duplication
Alternatively, play 2 as size ask and have 2 over 2 as a slam try with room to spare and 3 as a splinter
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