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Robert Schachter
Robert Schachter
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A Tale of Two Bootstraps OR How to significantly improve ACBL masterpoint allocations in a way that most everyone will hate…
if You have conflicting goals winning the match, and winning or not losing by a lot, it will complicate the strategies employed in the match.
A Tale of Two Bootstraps OR How to significantly improve ACBL masterpoint allocations in a way that most everyone will hate…
What would the effect be of a weaker or losing team implementing strategies that lower it’s expected value but increases the variance by a lot?
A Tale of Two Bootstraps OR How to significantly improve ACBL masterpoint allocations in a way that most everyone will hate…
Thanks! That was also one of the fastest responses I have ever had.
A Tale of Two Bootstraps OR How to significantly improve ACBL masterpoint allocations in a way that most everyone will hate…
“ I am only about 30% sure that they “should” have won.“ Does this mean that if the two teams played a thousand matches of similiar length team A would have won 650 of them to team B’s 350 or is it something else?
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: AQJxxx 3 K6 QJ76
I don’t think a club void is that unlikely. Since partner should have three plus hearts and he is red vs white.
Table Math
How randomly would an expert east play his spade spots with 876, ST876 , H876 or H86. If it is not random should that affect the analysis especially if let us say the eight was thrown? Also if east is 2=4=2=5 with Hx wouldn’t he have pitched ...
Andy Caranicas's lead problem: 74 Q2 7632 A9532
I was thinking 4 was a splinter? It doesn’t say that though.
Andy Caranicas's lead problem: 74 Q2 7632 A9532
What would the thirteen tricks be?
Ed Spear's bidding problem: JT9x AK xxx KT9x
I think a lot this depends on whether partner fits clubs. KQxxx, xxx, xx, AQx gives a very good play for game but, switching the minors and three spades is in danger though four could still make.
Ax opposite KQTxx
Phillip Martin had a good article on this type of situation. https://sites.google.com/site/psmartinsite/Home/bridge-articles/the-majority-rule
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