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Paul Weinstock
Paul Weinstock
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Aug. 29, 2015
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about me

MScME Mechanical Engineer, Power Plant Maintenance, Risk Management, Knowledge Management experience.

Real expert, under World Class player, 7 World Championships, nothing to really brag about.

Happily married, two kids, both Software Engineers, my pride and joy.

Love wife,  bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order.

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Israel

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The never never land
I don't think so, Richard, because the last one to bid is the human. If he bids 7 something, better be 7, otherwise one of the robots will overbid him. The hand will be passed out only if the human passes. There is no human in the world ...
The never never land
Sorry, Rich, 3NT is not available, my mistake. For the robots, a 3NT opening would be a 25-26 HCP NT hand.
The never never land
Thanks, I'll try to do that. Hope it helps...
The never never land
Well, thumbs up for Barry !! And btw, why BBO doesn't have a special e-mail address where people could send their input on this kind of issues? It's for the best interest of their own software.
The never never land
No.
The never never land
Well, the pattern of the responses (which certainly includes some people with robot experience) gives (in this minute) 66% for a 4 opening by the robot. Only 4 people (4%) gave the real bid of the robot : pass. And now is the time for the real discussion. 1. Any ...
The never never land
Sorry if I was not clear enough for you, Barry. You are a Robot, dealer at all vulnerable, mp's. What do you bid ? The human (me) is 4-th hand, waiting for his turn to bid.
EBL Convicts Fantoni-Nunes
... The best job possible was not good enough for CAS, apparently. Back to the drawing board...
The never never land
Actually,. according to my experience, the robot counts the spots fiercely and bids according to total points more than HCP points. This 8-bagger has 8 tricks sewn up. The robot face the dilemma of the guy at KGB. :). And the bidding has to be according to the program.
The never never land
"Hanging" partner is only one of the hobbies of the robots. Imbecile leads would be another one. But those situations arise usually at high level bidding, and difficult weighing of the probabilities and programming accordingly. We are talking here about an opening bid. Plain and simple (more or less).
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