Crowd Sourcing BZ Hypothesis #2

There is a hypothesis that BZ occasionally re-arrange dummy's cards when defending and use the number of fingers for each suit they touch to indicate their distribution.

In order to test this hyphothesis, we need to look at all videos where they defend.  There are approximately 106 hands where BZ defend in the EBTC 2014.

I have labeled them BL1...BL52 for "Balicki Lead" for each time Mr. Balicki is on lead and ZL1..ZL54 for when Mr. Zmudzinski is on lead. This is to be consistent with a previous post.

Similar to crowd sourcing the other hypothesis:

I don't have the Poland v. Germany times for opening leads so this is ignored. I am keeping the Denmark match in, you will need to cut/paste the text, clicking on it probably won't work. It is a link with two minus characters next to each other.

If you are interested in testing this hypothesis:

For a Mr. Balicki lead, post as a reply under the first comment below, that you will look at one or two boards. Document the boards that you will take, e.g. "I take BL1, BL2". Do not take more than 2 at a time. Please take them in numerical order! After you have done 2, then you can take another 2. The plays seems to take 4-5 minutes per boards, so this will take you about 10-15 minutes for 2 boards. Let's see how quickly we can get this done.

For a Mr. Zmudzinski lead, post as a reply under the second comment below.

MAKE SURE you watch the ENTIRE play of the board from the opening lead to the last trick. We need to see if dummy is touched at any other time during the play, not just after the opening lead.

When you have looked at your videos. Post your findings under the third comment (for Mr. B) or under the fourth comment (for Mr. Z) below. What we want is the boards that you looked at, and if dummy is touched. Either enter "NO" if it is not touched, or the time stamp on the video if it is touched. Example: BL10: NO. ZL31: 26m31s.

I ask that you separate the comments when you state you will review the board (reply to the first comment below), and where you report the results (second comment) to make it easier for someone to tabulate.

Mr. Zmudzinski is on lead the following times: