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Murat Azizoglu
Murat Azizoglu
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Member Since
March 4, 2011
Last Seen
15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
Reid & Murat
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Crazy Director Ruling
I think the OP means that the director has ruled that his partner must replace the K continuation with a switch. If this is the case, the ruling does not sound correct to me.
Play 6!H
I'll play for Q on and something good happening in . So, win A. Pull trump ending in the hand. 3 rounds of . A and a . Our hope is are 4-2 with Hx (or HH) hand also out of . If that hand is East (e ...
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
I originally thought that Mr. Golding was writing in good faith and was confused about some concepts in conditional probability. Now, I have my doubts: as several people have indicated, he might know exactly what he is doing. Pretty sad if that is the case.
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
The bet Mr. Golding proposes at the end of the article does not correspond to the actual problem at hand. Rather, it corresponds to the situation where the defender always plays J first when he has QJ. What is the correct probability experiment? Take the 26 cards belonging to the ...
ACBL Nationals Start times
In addition to the small sample size and the lack of statistical significance, the leading paragraph before the poll could easily affect the results. There is also an inherent randomness to the point in time at which the results are deemed 'final'. Last time I had checked a few days ...
Incredible double dummy problem from Collegiates
Early club play and preserving A are essential to the success of the play. In a minor variation of your solution, you can go back and forth in trumps, i.e. the first 4 tricks would be A, A, K, K. Then the playing of trumps would reach the same ...
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
John, you are right. If you try to improve the homogeneous model, the problem of estimating the highest score becomes very difficult very quickly. Essentially, the answer will depend very strongly on your input parameters. For example, if you assume some fraction of your participants have a higher mean (and ...
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
I expect 62-65% will be sufficient with 3000 participants. This is based on a standard deviation estimate of 7.4% for a 24-board session and a Gaussian approximation (which might be off at the tails).
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
I like the idea very much. Not everyone has the time, the resources, or the inclination to travel to an NABC. This gives those people an opportunity to participate, albeit in a suboptimal manner.
Do you spend too much time playing bridge?
It is Carlo, not Carlos.
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