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Peter Brockway
Peter Brockway
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Jan. 5, 2016
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Aug. 14
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Ivey (Appellant) v Genting Casinos (UK) Ltd t/a Crockfords (Respondents)
Persi Diaconis (the guy who determined that cards should be shuffled seven times) talks about roulette and an "experiment" he performed with his students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xit5LDwJVck&t=1361s "We had the idea, we could clock the wheel and figure out where the ball is going ...
Bridge for 4 year olds
https://www.pagat.com/whist/kowhist.html https://www.pagat.com/whist/german_whist.html www.pagat.com documents a huge number of card games.
Bridge Down Under - What a Difference!
NZ also has the "100%" rule and this involves a payment to the NO per member and also a charge on just about every game of bridge played within a club. Club members are not members of the NO (the clubs are), and the relationship between players and the NO ...
Bridge Down Under - What a Difference!
> I regularly work the bar in our club You - and your club - are lucky! Changes to the licensing(*) laws meant that we could no longer afford to run a bar. I occasionally offer the opinion that we should simply disregard the law. I'm looked at askance as if I ...
Bridge Down Under - What a Difference!
The lastest figures I can find are over a year old now but indicate 13.5K members of clubs affiliated to NZ Bridge. With a population of 4.5M that would be 30 players per 10K of population. These players are in 107 clubs making the average club size 125 ...
Watching Bridge (Online)
I've been watching this thread but not willing to throw my hat into the ring because it's a hat that covers a head that's not so good at playing bridge as many of you may be. The links given here are good, but I will add https ...
Recent Disciplinary Actions
According to the "IBM number" entry at http://www.bridgeguys.com/sec/glossary/i/index.html you multiply by 7,6,5,4,3,2 and add. Then get the remainder after dividing by 11 and subtract it from 11. 7*5=35 6*5=30 5*7=35 4 ...
Online substitute for dealmaster pro?
> Does anyone know of an online substitute that both randomly creates and double dummy analyzes simulated situations? I don't think anything does exist but I want to doublecheck rirst. I also haven't seen anything like this online, so I guess the "fact of life" mentioned above is true ...
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