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Sartaj Hans
Sartaj Hans
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 7, 2010
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Frequent Australian Open Bridge team representative. I also enjoy writing and teaching aspects of bridge.

I am curious about why, in bridge, many talk the talk but very few walk the walk. 

I am working through a book on the 2014 Reisinger to be published by BridgeWinners.

We expect it to be out very soon. 

Country
Australia

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Most bridge memories are painful
Bridge Accomplishments
Winner NEC Cup 2012, Silver medallist World Transnational Championships 2011, 6th Reisinger 2012, 5th Reisinger 2014, 5th Reisinger 2015, Silver at PABF 2007,2010,2011
Regular Bridge Partners
Tony Nunn, Peter Gill
Favorite Tournaments
US Nationals, Bermuda Bowl
Favorite Conventions
Filthy preempts at favourable
BBO Username
sartaj1
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
Sartaj Hans Tony Nunn
Natural, weak NT in first two seats
Copy to my cards View/Print
Sartaj Hans Peter Gill
Precision. Light Action.
Copy to my cards View/Print
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
A win for the legal process, a loss for the truth. A casualty of modern times.
Showing the Ace of Spades
Look forward to it !
Showing the Ten of Spades
This gets more and more juicy everyday !
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
I disagree with the purported complexity of the goal of bidding. The goal of bidding is to have the best possible score. If one can simulate a range of scenarios and accurately apply appropriate weights and evaluations to them, any bridge bidding action (in theory) should be quantifiable. My view ...
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
I think we ought to view this opening bid structure as an early iteration of the optimal design (for a computer program). Especially when they are looking at uncontested auctions only.
For Those Interested in AI and Bridge
Fascinating. Thanks for sharing. I am not a techie in the space but the key takeaway for me is: They have designed a program that learns bidding strategy without any programmed human knowledge. As a parallel story, chess featured decades of improvement through coding human knowledge into computer systems. This ...
Bridge Winners is Depressing
Love your articles !
John McAllister Interview
Great to hear its all come together! Look forward to watching it in the Oz screening :)
Can Google's DeepMind beat the BBO Robots in 2017
Bridge players overestimate the complexity of bridge.
Battling the Best by Sartaj Hans
Hi Peter, Cool reference ! I suspect based off this and David Burn's comment above, that % play probably is to finesse West for the DQ, once D are known to be 3-3 The rationale might be "With three low diamonds, West might have led a diamond. With Qxx diamond, a ...
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